Latest Happenings at Cumberland Amateur Radio Club
At Cumberland Amateur Radio Club, we always have something in the works. Here are some of the things we’ve been up to recently:
Website Author and Administrator, Andy Forsyth AF3I, has been working to create a new website powered by WordPress and built with BoldGrid development tools as well as porting text content and graphic media over to the new site.
The new website makes improved use of features that deliver customized content based on the User’s browser and device capabilities.
It is a pretty common belief that a lot of people invest their valuable time studying the material for the FCC Amateur Radio License Exam, pass the test, receive their license, and then discover they need some help setting up a ham radio station and getting on the air.
Results from the Pennsylvania QSO Party
I am putting the cart before the horse by writing this news item about three weeks in advance of the actual event.
CARC Members set up a Multi-Operator, Multi-Transmitter station at the home of Dave Hile W3VRE located in York County.
We plan to turn in a large score, surpassing our 2017 efforts that took us to Fulton County for a day of Radio Sport Competition and good eating.