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Next Net Meeting July 21, 2021,
@ 7:00 PM
Mauston Ambulance Garage Training Room
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Dear Juneau County Radio Club Members;
We have resumed in person meetings. The next meeting will be July 21, 2021, at the Mauston Ambulance Training Room, at 7:00 PM.
First Field Day, we are setting up the Comm Trailer in Elroy, at the Fairgrounds. We will have lunch on Saturday around noon. Hamburgers, hot dogs, beans and chips. Come and make some contacts, and have a bite to eat.
We are again going to assist the Adams County ARES/RACES with there 4th of July Parade. We will be having a picnic following the parade, at the Park in Friendship. If interested please contact Jeff W9JAR, 147.030 Adams repeater.
The next event is Apple Dumpling Days, in Elroy, WI.
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I will be scheduling new test session Feb, April, June and November.
Please include an email address and phone number, when sending your dues.
Next test session
Feb 13th, 2021 @
the Mauston Ambulance Building
For more info contact
FCC 'paperless' Amateur Radio license policy now in effectStarting February 17, the FCC no longer routinely issues paper license documents to Amateur Radio applicants and licensees. The Commission maintains that the official Amateur Radio license authorization is the electronic record that exists in its Universal Licensing System (ULS), although the FCC had routinely continued to print and mail hard copy licenses until this week. In mid-December, the FCC adopted final procedures to provide access to official electronic authorizations, as it had proposed in
From the International Space Station:
The image below was received via SSTV from the International Space Station as it flew overhead on February 1st, it was a very good pass and the signal was very strong. The caption below the image reads : 80 years since the birth of Yuri Gargarin, who is the first Russian cosmonaut. The ISS was transmitting a series of 12 pictures via SSTV over the weekend.