In this episode of ARRL’s monthly On The Air podcast: “Building an antenna doesn’t have to involve yards of aluminum tubing and long runs of coax. It can be as simple as soldering and snipping (carefully!) a length of lamp cord. Frequent On the Air and QST contributor Dino Papas, KL0S, provides insight into the construction and tuning of this J-pole antenna, which he built for On the Air from a design by John H. Unrath, K6JHU. Along the way he and host Becky Schoenfeld, W1BXY, uncover a bit of J-pole history and dig into why an antenna analyzer is a must-have if you decide to build this project.”1
On August 20, 2022, KC0ODE announced cancellation of the September and October ARES meetings along with plans for upcoming exercises.
During the ARRL 2022 Second Board of Directors Meeting—July 15–16, 2022—Red River Radio Amateurs was congratulated and recognized for our`contributions to amateur radio on our 50th year of ARRL affliation.
visit the RRRA 2022 Hamfest and ARRL Dakota Division Convention from 8AM to 2PM at the Red River Valley Fair on Saturday, September 24, 2022.
Buy your admission tickets and vendor table bundles online today and skip the Hamfest ticket table line ‼️
Meet Our Special Guest — K5UR
ARRL President Rick Roderick, K5UR, is scheduled to attend the RRRA 2022 Hamfest & ARRL Dakota Division Convention.