You can see maps of the path of the eclipse at: https://www.facebook.com/CalRadioHistory/ They are in my current post at the top. 73 de Bart, K6VK ## -- --bartleek6vk
Some of us at CHRS will be listening, logging and recording VLF signals, e.g., WWVB on 60 KHz and the Navy stations around 25 KHz. Anyone is welcome to joinbartleek6vk
MDARC Family, Want to participate in some real science during the eclipse next week? See the below message from the NIST (continued at the "See More" link) andn6jga
Today it has a membership of over 350 dedicated hams and is one of the largest amateur radio clubs in California.
MDARC's purposes are to encourage innovation in amateur radio, provide public service and educational opportunities, foster good will within our community, and have fun in the process.
MDARC operates open repeaters with wide area coverage from the South Peak of Mount Diablo, including D-STAR, FM and Televison [ATV] on 2 Meters, 220 MHz, 70 cm, 900 MHz and 1.2 GHz.
MDARC has public charity status under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) and is registered in California as a charitalble trust.
The MDARC Yahoo Group is for dissemination and general discussion of pertinent information for the general membership.
- Amateur and Ham Radio
- Jan 16, 2009
- This is a restricted group.
- Attachments are permitted.
- Members cannot hide email address.
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