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The International Morse Society sponsors America’s FISTS CW Club, whose purpose is to help Hams enjoy the feeling of being a real Ham Radio Operator. Ham Radio is fun, but when using CW, is really fun. Learn more about this great organization that welcomes “beginners” and offers everything a Ham needs to enjoy CW friends … Continue reading FISTS
Remember Samuel Morse’s original telegraph key, made from custom machined parts. It was good enough to introduce the world to the telegraph signal that would become CW. But what if Sam could have had a neighborhood Ace Hardware store? Would have opted for a key made from nuts, bolts, screws and a hacksaw blade? Take … Continue reading ”Ace is the place” CW Paddle Project!
Hello Fellow Hams / Cary ARC members. This is Larry Schroeder, President of CARC. We had a good year. But attendance has not been as good as we would like to see. We had a number of great presentations: We discussed grounding Had a presentation on fox hunting with actual transmitters to find. We also … Continue reading Letter from the Club President
Every weekend, in cities and towns all across the country, ham radio operators gather on hilltops for a very special kind of contest–the Fox Hunt. A small, low power transmitter is hidden and the rest of the crew tries to find it. Sound simple? It can be very challenging and a whole lot of fun. … Continue reading Let’s Go Fox Hunting!