Category Archives: Instruction

Cute Card From Coventry Technician Class

I had an opportunity to teach a Technician class to a wonderful group of folks from Coventry and West Warwick, who were EOC, Shelter, and CERT volunteers.  We held the usual 6-week Technician Class every Wednesday (dodging snow storms), and 14 of … Continue reading

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Solar Excellence

The Sun has been seething this past week, with SFI and SN > 170.  10m has been open quite a bit.  The K and A factors have been low, so conditions have been great except for times immediately after some … Continue reading

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Some Field Day 2013 thoughts…

Our W1LY Field Day was much nicer this year due to better weather.  It was warm and breezy but not to hot and humid until Sunday — when the humidity picked up along with the temperature.  Still, it was MUCH … Continue reading

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Class Begins…I pity the students

I’m teaching a Technician Class on behalf of the Newport County Radio Club, and the first class begins tonight. Over the years I’ve taught many classes in various different subjects (micro-controller applications, celestial navigation, boy scout merit badges, boating safety, etc.) .  But … Continue reading

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