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ARROW DMR repeater up and running

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Panoramic view of Ann Arbor from WoTo A small contingent of worker bees swarmed in on the Wolverine Tower penthouse and performed a number of tasks, the main task being to remove the 443.5 NBFM repeater and replace it with a Motorola DMR repeater on the same frequency. Since no Internet connection is active to the site at the moment,… Read more »

ARROW General Monthly Meeting- September 10th

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The next General Membership Meeting will be held this Wednesday, September 10th in room BE-172 on the WCC campus.  Doors open at 7pm for eyeball QSO’s, with the business meeting starting at 7:30pm followed by the presentation at about 8pm. <B><I> Whether it’s Cold or whether it’s Hot, We will have Weather, whether or not </I></B> Yup, this month’s presentation… Read more »

MW Flea Market & Hamlay Finfest

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The Maker Works Flea Market will be held Saturday September 7th from 11am thru 4pm. It will be held at 3765 Plaza Drive, Ann Arbor. This event is FREE. The Hamley Finfest will take place Sunday September 8th. Doors open at 7:30 AM. See w8ft.org for additional information.

ARROW General Meeting – Wed May 8th

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********************************************* ARROW General Membership Meeting Wednesday, May 8th, 7:30pm – 9:00pm To be held at: Washtenaw Community College 4800 E Huron River Drive Ann Arbor, MI 48105 Room BE-172 ********************************************* PRESENTATION: This months presentation will be on the subject of Emergency Communications (EMCOMM) services provide by the Washtenaw county “Amateur Radio Public Service Corps” (ARPSC) – a joint organization of… Read more »

Argus Eyes article about the HVARA

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December, 1952, from the Argus Eyes newsletter. The Huron Valley Amateur Radio Association (HVARA), with its 55 club members shows off its converted bus as a mobile communications command vehicle. The HVARA is the organization that gave birth to the ARROW (then called “Amatuer Radio Repeaters Of Washtenaw) when repeaters first became popular. Click here for the Argus Eyes article