The ARRL is seeking support for the Amateur Radio Parity by asking hams to write to their US Senators. While this letter was written to ARRL members, anyone can write to help support this legislation.
Microwave Update (MUD) announces the 2016 conference to be held in St Louis, MO October 13-15. Microwave Update is an annual event held since 1985 dedicated to microwave equipment design, construction, and operation. It is focused on, but not limited to, amateur radio on the microwave bands.
The “early bird special” is now available for early registration. Check it out at http://www.ullmann.us/MUD2016/
Main Conference Schedule:
Technical Presentation Schedule:
Forum & Workshop Schedule:
VHF 101 Program:
The 2016 Fall Sprint Rules are now available. Download them from here: 2016 Fall Sprint Rules
50 MHz – August 13
144 MHz – September 19
220 MHz – September 27
432 MHz – October 5
Microwave – October 8
The VHF Super Conference will be offering awards for the best technical paper and the best presentation given during the conference. For additional information, follow the below link to the VHF Super Conference page:
Second Call for Papers and Presentations for the Super VHF Conference, April 15-17, 2016, near Washington, DC, Jointly sponsored by Packrats, NEWS Group, and SVHFS.
Sponsored by Southeastern VHF Society, North East Weak Signal Group and the Mt. Airy VHF Radio Club, and hosted by the Grid Pirates Contest Group and Directive Systems and Engineering, the VHF Super Conference dates will be April 15, 16 and 17 in 2016.
The SVHFS Bylaws have been posted for member access. They can be accessed under the About Us menu item above, or by clicking here.
The results of the 2015 Six Meter Sprint results are in, and the scores are available. Follow this link to the results.
Bruce Randall, SVHFS Fall Sprint Chair, has released the schedule and the rules for the 2015 Fall Sprints. Check the top menu for Sprints information, or access the schedule click here.
The schedule is as follows:
|50 MHz||2300Z Saturday Aug 8 to 0300Z Sunday August 9|
|144 MHz||7 pm to 11 pm local time on Monday September 21|
|220 MHz||7 pm to 11 pm local time on Tuesday September 29|
|432 MHz||7 pm to 11 pm local time on Wednesday October 7|
|Microwave – 902 MHz +||7 am to 2 pm local time on Saturday October 10|