For a year or more now, several ARROW members have been experimenting with mesh networking, specifically Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN). In this talk, which was presented ARROW’s monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, Jay, WB8TKL explains some of the basics and how we’re trying to set up a network here in Ann Arbor. For more information, or… Read more »
The ARROW Mobile and Portable (AMP) Team met for the second time in 2022 on Monday, June 20 in Hunt Park. 15 ARROW members showed up and really had a great time. Perhaps the highlight of the evening was the ARROW Monday Night Net. With most of the net’s check-ins at the park, it was almost like we were holding… Read more »
On Wednesday, February 10, Max, KE8DON told us all about AUXCOMM…
On Wednesday, September 30, 2020, ARROW held a special meeting, at which all three candidates for ARRL Great Lakes Vice Director were to speak. This video is a recording of that meeting. On this video, you’ll see Scott, N8SY, and Frank, KI8GW, but, unfortunately, we were unable to connect with Jim, K8JH. Below, you’ll find links to their candidate statements…. Read more »
On Wednesday, September 9, 2020, Michael Kalter, W8CI, spoke to ARROW via Zoom. He spoke about why he’s running for the ARRL Board of Directors and his vision for the ARRL. Here’s the video: I also invited Dale Williams, WA8EFK, the incumbent, but he was unable to join us.
Don, AC8TO, gave us a great presentation on FT8 at our online meeting Wednesday evening. Here are his slides, if you missed it:
Here are the slide from W8XM’s great presentation at the October meeting….Dan
At our July meeting, we were treated to a great presentation by Nick, W8XM, on the new Raspberry Pi 4. Thanks, Nick!
At our June meeting, Russ, KB8U gave a great talk on how to get on and operate the 630m band (472-479 kHz). Here are his slides:
On Wednesday, March 13, we heard from Bruce, K1BG on the history of entry-level amateur licensing. For those of you who weren’t there, here is his slide presentation: