In this episode of ARRL’s biweekly Eclectic Tech podcast: “Sporadic E, antenna modeling, computer espionage, and spray-on antennas."1
Amateur Radio Operators who participate in Field Day, the ARRL November Sweepstakes, or any other operating event logging section contacts, will be interested in this ARRL news item from January 2, 2020:
The number of Sections needed for a clean sweep in the ARRL November Sweepstakes (SS) will rise to 84 in 2020, with the addition of a new Prince Edward Island (PE) Section. Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) announced [at the end of 2019] this that the new Section will become effective on April 1[, 2020]. 1
has shared a PDF copy of the slides from his Foxhunting workshop in the Training and Education | Presentations shared folder on the RRRA File Server. These slides are a great resource for those who were unable to attend the workshop and attendees who wish to review the presented material.
This Foxhunting Workshop was presented in the Sabin, MN, Fire Hall on Saturday, June 13, 2020,
- Meeting took place on the W0ILO Repeater system instead of in-person in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Meeting called to order by President Jarod W0JPJ at 19:00
- 19 stations checked in