The next club meeting on September 3rd, , will be the annual show and tell night! Bring something cool to talk about. This is an easy event to get started at, or a fun chance to see your friends and keep up your public service skills. Thanks to Tom and everyone who participated! We had a great time at the Lecture and Lab today, and we built quite a few simple, 2-element Yagis.
Great Falls Area Amateur Radio Club – W7ECA – Great Falls, Montana
The following manuscript was found among the station records in Author thought to be Arthur M. Early antenna history of the station reveals an experimental multi-wire aerial cage was strung approximately 90 feet in the air above the campus between chimneys of Havemeyer and Schermerhorn Halls, the cage being self-resonant between and meters and fed with single wire feeder at the Havemeyer end. The Columbia University Experimental Wireless Station as inquiries reveal, the first of its kind at an American University was transmitting with this antenna in l The station, then consisting of an experimental hi-power spark-gap transmitter located in the basement of Havemeyer Hall, was granted early recognition by the government as Experimental Station, Manhattan Island, and subsequently licensed to transmit in the second supervisory district of the Department of Commerce using the identifier "XM. The following represents a chronology in antennas used at W2AEE since that time.
This site serves as a library of amateur radio contest and DX information. Northern Greece Contest Team - N. The Florida Contest Group The florida contest group, is the first amateur ham radio contest club, organized in the state of florida.
Note: This is a historical document. John D. All images below may be viewed in a larger size by clicking on each image. The John D.