WINLINK BASICS VIRTUAL CLASSES Dave G., W0DHG; Dan T., NR6V, and David A., KK6DA, bring back a series of classes in Winlink basics. If you're interested in state-of-the-art emergency amateur radio communications and you've heard of Winlink, this series of classes is for you. If you can do email, you can learn to do Winlink with all of its powerful capabilities to move emergency traffic digitally. No pre-requisite. No cost. Open to all licensed amateurs from all organizations. Feel free to invite interested amateur friends. Each class will be archived for later viewing.
This will be a 4-5 week roughly one-hour classes Fridays repeated the following Sunday. Join us for one or both each week. Friday, March 12, 2021, 2pm: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9905081876?pwd=UDhpenoxeXkzZXpMYTJXK2NNRGpsZz09 Sunday, March 14, 2021, 2pm: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9905081876?pwd=UDhpenoxeXkzZXpMYTJXK2NNRGpsZz09
COMM ACADEMY Disasters are here, and everywhere – Are we ready?
April 10-11 2021
Link: https://www.commacademy.org (Waiting List??)
This 2-day event is totally on-line and it is FREE. The schedule looks quite interesting as well!
DYFI (DID YOU FEEL IT) PROGRAM Today the American Geophysical Union (AGU) published an article in Eos by USGS and ARES LAX Northeast on how amateur radio operators can help fill the information donut hole by providing DYFI reports via Winlink.
The full article is available here:
HAMFEST – ONLINE EDITION Hamfest is already selling early tickets.
They can be purchased here: https://www.qsotodayhamexpo.com/ However, before you do that, you may want to check out the speakers and see if there are any you would like to listen to:
https://ww2.eventrebels.com/er/CFP/AgendaAtAGlance.jsp?CFPID=1195&ScreenID=963&Token=V3E6V5BC8 - this link no longer works, but is included here for posterity