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Shiawassee Amateur Radio Association [SARA]

"Whiskey 8 Quack Quack Quack"    ~    Established: January, 1958 an ARRL Affiliated Club since 1961
IARU: 2 Grid Square EN72wx   Latitude: 42.9819 N   Longitude: -84.1164 W   Alitude: 760 ft.

Meets at: James P. Capitan Center, Lower Level; 149 E. Corunna Ave.; Corunna, MI 48817 Monthly: 2nd Tuesday @ 7:00 PM

You're invited to a SARA club meeting!  7:00 PM the 2nd Tuesday of each month in Corunna, MI.

Contact us at:   SARA / W8QQQ <Email>


    Page Last Updated: 12-Jan-2021

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2021 SARA Officers

President  Kevin Middleton, K8MID  
  Vice President  Don Warner, WB8GUS
SecretaryPhillip Bates, AC8FW
Treasurer  Dennis Phillips, KC8ETW  
TrusteeTom Carpenter, KI8AS
TrusteeChuck Dafoe, K8DZH
Trustee  Mike Middleton, KF5MYQ  

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DateTopic
Date Relevant Topics:
12 Jan 2021HAMVENTION 2021 - CANCELLED
05 Jan 2021Podcasts HR & Computer
18 Dec 2020SARA Meeting Plans
08 Dec 2020VE Testing
15 May 2020WX Radio Day
SARA Club Ponderings
14 Dec 2019Dec 2019 SARA Christmas Dinner
18 Jun 20192019 SARA Field Day [FD]
14 May 2019W8KR QSL Card
15 Dec 2018To the "Heart of Earth" Video
ARES / Skywarn Topics
13 Sep 2018Smart 911 ~ Shiawassee County, MI
15 Jul 2018CoCoRaHS - WX Reporting Network<
15 Mar 2018WIRES - Portable Digital Node Function
Ham Technical & News Topics
10 Dec 2021TX Factor TV Show
09 Dec 2021RF Cafe Engineering Calculator Workbook
08 Dec 2020Arecibo Collapse Video
06 Dec 2020Michigan COVID Cell Phone App
08 Jan 2021FCC Requires E-mail Addresses
03 Dec 2020License Class Question Pool
14 Oct 2020Radio Society of Australia
01 May 2020SDR Play as Spectrum Analyzer
16 Apr 2020ARRL Benefit Change (All Magazines Online)
15 Apr 2020'Stay at Home' Activity Hint
01 Feb 2020MMSSTV 2020 Version
Computer / Network Topics
03 Dec 2020RPi / Arduino in HR
15 Apr 2020AA30 Zero VNA by Rig Expert
13 Jan 2019Digi-Key Electronic Design Tools

     

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    SARA Ponderings

    The amateur radio hobby is extreme in the number of specialized areas one can follow. It became much more enriched as personal computers and networking became interwoven into the ham environment (about 1980). This leads to a large number of areas that can be discussed and each area has a person or group that is constantly in a stage of advancement (changes).

    Over the years since the Shiawassee Amateur Radio Association [SARA] started a 'Web Presence' (about 2009), we have placed 'little notes' on our home page in a leftside notification area. Web viewers could read where our wanderings and ponderings had taken us. The notes cover(ed) about any area you can think of involving amateur radio and local annoucements of interest to a ham. The practice of reviewing and removing this content has lead to a point where it makes a change in the collection and display method desirable. This page will be used as the 'new strategy' for these notifications and note items. Some include 'dated notifications' and some are technical in nature and have no end dates. Also, we have items that are just news of interest for hams. We tend to find and report and post things a ham might find of interest. This collection from all the areas we discover deserve a better method of distribution. We are calling these topics "ponderings" for a wide collection of topics we want to have easily available. News and notifications will now be posted on this page.

    We have started doing the collecting on this page, instead of the older 'left side menu' area. In general dated information will go from 'current' to 'historical' as you move down a topic (current items at the top of individual topics). This will be in a 'topic area'. We will have a 'page navigation menu' of topics to move quickly move thru the topics. We will provide a date posted for each topic. As always, a good method for information location is to use our page's Google search box and enter a specific word from your topic to quickly locate an content.

    We will provide a 'Page Last Updated' date at the top of this page to assist you when the entire page showing when it was last changed. This should help you decide to look thru the this page or just go on.

    We are hoping this will serve everyone's purpose and make the web site maintaince task a little easier as we move foward. If you have comments, please send us an email (links at top and bottom of out site pages.

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Last Updated 12 Jan 2021



Last Updated 12 Jan 2021

HAMVENTION 2021 Cancelled:

Citing "several setbacks in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic," the Dayton Hamvention Executive Committee has announced the cancellation of the 2021 event, scheduled for mid-May. The announcement cited the slower-than-expected rollout of the COVID vaccine as well as the even-more contagious variant that has emerged in recent weeks.

This is the second consecutive year in which the pandemic has forced cancellation of the world's largest hamfest. The committee says tickets that were deferred from last year will be deferred again, and that plans are in the works for another on-air Hamvention QSO Party on what would have been the Hamvention weekend.

See the club site: HAMVENTION 'The Big One' Xenia, OH for further information.

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Podcasts ~ Ham Radio and Computer Areas

Last Updated 04 Jan 2021

Seems I'm always looking for a fast way to find my favorites so here is a list:

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Last Updated 18 Dec 2020

SARA Meeting Plans:

VIDEO CONFERENCE: We started using 'Zoom Meeting' in April, 2020. Current plans are to conutue this meeting method until notified otherwise.

    Next Meeting: 12 Jan 2021 SARA Regular Meeting (Zoom)

The COVID 19 rates are not showing a good trend -- so meeting time/date have 'quick updates' so check often. We will hold the January meeting via Zoom (no separate physical meeting). Have a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

VIDEO CALL Setup of 'Zoom Meeting':

In a Chrome browser use this URL/link:
    https://msu.zoom.us/j/131210639
    and the Password: 190320

If you need further assistance, link to full details for setting up of Video Meeting:    SARA Video Call.

SARA Meeting Details - Link: SARA Meetings ~ Full Details

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Last Updated 03 Dec 2020

VE Testing:

(Local Startup) - See our VE Testing link.

SARA VE Testing Cancelled 'Until Further Notice ~ '??'

Covid-19 and local concerns = prevent SARA testing.

Details at: SARA VE Testing

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Last Updated 14 Apr 2020

Wx Radio Day (was 5/30/2020)

** Reschedule Plan is "TBD" **

Initial Date: 30 May, Saturday from 10:00 to 1:00 PM

Currently under review for impact of virus - keep watching this space! Hopefully we can get setup for 2021.

SARA Members will be at Meijers {Corunna} to assist in the programing of weather radios for anyone needing help. This will be a coordinated event with local radio/television coverage. More to follow as we approach the date.

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Last Updated 14 Dec 1919

SARA Christmas Dinner 12/10/19

  at Roma's Backdoor (Owosso)

SARA 2019 Christmas 1

The dinner meeting (12/10/19) was well attended with 16 joining all of the activities. Dennis Phillips, KC8ETW, did another outstanding job as 'Door Prize' chairman. We had several who came a little late but did get to eat and a few who had to backout at the last minute. Those attending had a good time. The event was another success for the club.

5 members won small microcontroller development kits and one a 40m "Bit-X" transciever kit. We are looking towards 2020 and Happy times to all!

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated 18 Jun 1919

2019 Field Day [FD] Info:

2019 FD Setup
2019 FD Setup at Fairgrounds

We had a great time! Operated 4A and had about 20 people. Steve Smith, WA8LMF from Okemos, setup a separate operation near us.

Weather was great, People were better and only gained 2 lbs. = SUCCESS

THANK YOU to all who participated!

See the SARA Events page for 'June' for additional photos.

2019 FD Group
2019 FD Teardown Group

 

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated 14 May 1919

W8KR QSL Card

{Probably early 1950s}

W8KR QSL Card  Click for larger view (back browser arrow to return.

W8KR (Old QSL Cards on Historical QSL Site) Leo Wilcox was an Owosso Ham [1898~1973 SK]. His QSL information is online.
He is the father of Robert Wilcox, W8OMS, one of our SARA members.
Search the Old QSL site for many other historical cards.

 

 

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Last Updated 2018

To the Heart of Earth Video

Earth Sensors

The Heart of Earth Video is a 4 minute view on on the 'Volcano Sensing Network' as discussed by Dennis Phillips, KC8ETW, at a 2018 SARA Club meeting. It is about the setting up of remote reading Geological Sensors in Chile.

 

 

 

 

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ARES ~ Skywarn Ponderings

Remember ARES and Skywarn have separate Web Pages: SARA ARES Page and SARA Skywarn Page



Last Updated 13 Sep 2018

Smart 911 ~ For use by everyone in Shiawassee County!   New ~ 13 Sep. 2018

To sign up for "Text Alerts" via 'Smart 911' from Shiawassee County Dispatch and others - 'Nation Wide'~ on your cell phone enter text "smart911" to 67283 or go to: Smart911 Homepage" and select "Sign Up Today" button. If you ever need 911 support, the information you provide today will be instantly available to the dispatch center and Emergency Responders when needed. The type of information you can supply is: People & Household Info; Medical Information; Address and Location (includes GPS if on a supported cell phone); and 'Other Info' you may wish to share. It is quick and accurate method to automatically provide information to 9-1-1 for support back to you in a crisis .

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Last Updated Jul 2018

CoCoRaHS   Wx Reporting Network ~ Posted 09 Nov. 2018

In July, 2008 Michigan joined a National Weather Community called: Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network [CoCoRaHS] which is a network of volunteers who measure and report precipitation amounts. The program needs Michigan volunteers. They would like urban coverage of one reporter per square mile and rural reporters one every 6 square miles. Can you HELP?

The Michigan CoCoRaHS site is at http://www.cocorahs.org/state.aspx?state=mi.
National Page for CoCoRaHS is: http://cocorahs.org/. Or Facebook "Like" CoCoRaHS Headquarters.

There are only four simple steps to become a part of the network:

    1. Submit a completed application.

    2. Use an official 4" rain gauge (about $40 off of the National CoCoRaHS site w/ shipping).

    3. Watch a 90 minute training video (online).

    4. Use an internet or phone connection for doing the reporting.

CAN/WILL YOU HELP? Lets get behind this and really make it work for our area.

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Last Updated Jul 2018

WIRES-X {WIRES Portable Digital Node Function}

Yaesu's Wide-coverage Internet Repeater Enhancement System [WIRES] enables Internet to RF communications that expands the range of amateur radio by using internet enabled Voice-over-IP [VoIP] technology. With WIRES-X, an amateur node station connected to the Internet and properly interfaced can communicate using VoIP over long distances reliably with ease.

Use this link: HRI-200 Yaesu page and then clicking the "Files Tab" will get you to the "WIRES-X Portable Digital Node Function Instruction Manual (1902-C) 2/13/19" pdf file. This contains a wealth of information on getting things setup.

SARA is working to utilize this for our local 'Emergency Communication Group'... more to follow.

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Last Updated 10 Dec 2021

TX Factor - Amateur Radio Explored

UK based television type show via You Tube videos. At the close of 2020 they have uploaded episode #27. Topics vary widely, so watch a few and then use them to pass some of your COVID 'down time'.

TX Factor TV Shows (You Tube).

They are working on charging a fee, but they appear to be free at this time. We suggest if you find them interesting to make a contribution to support their efforts and keep growing the internet presence of ham radio.

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Last Updated 09 Dec 2021

RF Cafe Engineering Workbook Caculator

A useful Excel workbook for calculating engineering stuff is available on the 'RF Cafe' web site. It is free to download and use. The current version is 7.10 and includes Smith Chart, Band Pass Filters, Directional Couplers, Mixer Frequencies, Attenuators and many others. Check it out at RF Cafe Workbook Calculator.

This is quite useful for hams and engineering interested people. A big 'Thank You' to Kirt Blattenberger, KB3UON - he has a site for "Airplanes and Rockets" in addition to the RF Cafe site. Plan some time to look around the RF Cafe site ~ lots more than just this worbook calculator! Lots of great technical information on a wide area of electronics. I like the old magazine articles and the 'refernce' pages.

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Last Updated 08 Dec 2020

Arecibo Collapse Video

01 Dec 2020 The feed for the dish unexpectedly collapsed. No one was injured. Luck was involved as they had a drone taking video which captured the incident.

Twitter video of Arecibo Collapse shows 'real time drone pictures' of the event.

It is not currently expected to be repaired (financial issues) so it could become an end to an era for the large radio telescope.

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Last Updated 06 Dec 2020

Michigan Covid Cell Phone App

The State of Michigan has launched a cell phone application (free) that will notify you if you have been in close contact with an active coronavirus person.

It is a voluntary app that collects or stores no GPS, location information, or personal identifiers. It uses Bluetooth that lets the system know who they can connect with (considered close contact) and then alerts you if they test positive for Covid 19 within the last ten days. See MI Covid Alert App.

Help us all stay safe and follow the newest MDHHS orders. MDHHS Site (click the box (midscreen) for recent epidemic orders).

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Last Updated 08 Jan 2021

FCC to Require Email Addresses on Applications

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Amateur radio licensees and candidates will have to provide the FCC with an email address on applications, effective 29 June 2021. If no email address is included, the FCC may dismiss the application as defective. The FCC is fully transitioning to electronic correspondence and will no longer print or provide wireless licensees with hard-copy authorizations or registrations by mail. A Report and Order (R&O) on "Completing the Transition to Electronic Filing, Licenses and Authorizations, and Correspondence in the Wireless Radio Services" in WT Docket 19-212 was adopted on September 16. The new rules will go into effect 6 months after publication in the Federal Register, which hasn't happened yet, but the FCC is already strongly encouraging applicants to provide an email address. When an email address is provided, licensees will receive an official electronic copy of their licenses when the application is granted.

Under Section 97.21 of the new rules, a person holding a valid amateur station license "must apply to the FCC for a modification of the license grant as necessary to show the correct mailing and email address, licensee name, club name, license trustee name, or license custodian name." For a club or military recreation station license, the application must be presented in document form to a club station call sign administrator who must submit the information to the FCC in an electronic batch file.

Under new Section 97.23, each license will have to show the grantee's correct name, mailing address, and email address. "The email address must be an address where the grantee can receive electronic correspondence," the amended rule will state. "Revocation of the station license or suspension of the operator license may result when correspondence from the FCC is returned as undeliverable because the grantee failed to provide the correct email address."

Licensees can log into the ULS License Manager System with their FRN and password to update their FCC license record, including adding an email address. For questions or password issues, call the CORES/FRN Help Line, (877) 480-3201 (Monday - Friday, 1300 - 2300 UTC) or reset the password on the FCC website.

You can find an ARRL summary of the topic at ARRL /FCC to Require Email Address on 29 June 2021 (for ARRL members).

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Last Updated 03 Dec 2020

License Class Question Pool Resource

Question pools by license class can be found at: NCVEC.org ~ the organization which sets the 'Official Question Pool(s)'. Their are no changes to pools in 2021, with the next scheduled up date will be the 2022 Technician Class update.

This is a great site for the question pools, part 97 rules, and listing of VEC organizations.

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Last Updated Oct 2020

Radio Society of Australia

Their Magazine has gone digital and makes a Great Read!

You can read their magazine/newsletter at: https://www.qtcmag.com/. They currently (Oct. 2020) have three issues online.

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Last Updated May 2020

SDR Play = Spectrum Analyser

Windows Spectrum Analyser 1.1 by Steve Andrew supports the SDRPlay line of SDR hardware, and provides functionality you'd expect in a basic spectrum analyzer. It includes some SDRPlay-specific features. See the QRZnow.com. There is also support for an external Arduino-based tracking generator, TrackGen, which is discussed on ON7IR's Track Generator in great detail. ON7IR's blog has some other good links to read.

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Last Updated 16 Apr 2020

ARRL Member Benefit Change

Enjoy new benefits! ARRL members now receive digital access to all four (4) ARRL magazines.

Joining "QST" and "On the Air" on a digital platform are the bimonthly editions of "QEX" - The Forum for Communications Experimenters and "NCJ" - National Contest Journal.

All four publications are available online from the ARRL Members page, if you are an active member.

The SARA {W8QQQ} crew has a new quick instruction page at: ARRL Online Publications.

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Last Updated Apr 2020

Stay at Home Activity Hint:

Gain some 5 MHz Band Knowledge {60 Meter} - go operate this band!

Older hams probably have not played around much on the 60 meter band. The band is different then 80M or 40M and shows lots of promise as a popular local communications band.

So start by looking on www.wikipedia.org/wiki/60-meter-band. Lots of knowledge on that page. But go to 'External Links (page bottom)" and scan down the list some good places to search. Check these reference links!

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Last Updated early 2020

MMSSTV New Version - 2020

An update of the popular MMSSTV slow-scan television (SSTV) software is now available. Eugenio Fernandez, EA1ADA, has given the revamped MMSSTV program the nickname of YONIQ. It is available in English and Spanish. The software offers several improvements. Download YONIQ by clicking and following on the link Descarga de MMSSTV 1.13 YONIQ {site is in Italian and you may need to run a translator in your browser} on the Grupo Radio Galena website. MMSSTV IONIQ Download (ZIP File).

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Last Updated 03 Dec 2020

RPi/Arduino in Ham Radio

The Raspberry Pi [RPi] has been used in Ham Radio since it first came out (~2012). "The MagPi" is a 'free' magazine following the RPi usage. The April, 2019 issue (MagPi#80) has about 7 articles on use in ham radio (start with page 62 and you will see what we mean).

You can view/download a copy at: MagPi Issue #80. We suggest you look through ALL the other issues as well, lots of great stuff. They have released issue #98 - October, 2020.

Follow Link to any MagPi issue ~ 1 thru #86 and some great books on RPi. A newer site: All MagPi Issues ~ Graphical Index - with Cover Pictures. All files are free to view & download, but I suggest a subscription to support the material. I find the paper copy better for working on the bench then looking at a computer image. Old habits die hard.

You should see HackSpace Magazine, Issue #17 for great Arduino information on boards and addons. Hackspace Issues are at: Hackspace Issues for Download.

Also, see HackSpace #18, page 42 for an interesting article on building a 'satelite ground station' and connecting to SATNOGS network (see Design Spark SATNOGS article for additional information.) It takes a RPi 3, an SDR Dongle, and an Antenna. Thanks to Dennis Phillips, KC8ETW for this last link's information.

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Last Updated Apr 2020

AA30 Zero VNA by Rig Expert

Posted 21 Mar 2020

Site: Rig Expert - Antenna Analyzers is a small 0.06 to 30 MHz VNA {~$100.00} from Rig Expert. It requires some hardware to convert TTL to a USB connection (several methods). The analyzer makes it easy to produce a frequency versus complex impedance (signed resistance and reactance) file with the swept frequency and complex impedance values. Making a small program request to the analzer will build a CVS file over the specified frequency range (100 data point limit). Thoughts of using an Arduino or Raspberry Pi to process the data are on the internet (along with 'standard' computer methods.

One useful file for data analysis can be found at AC6LA Antenna Modeling Site by Dan Maguire. Check out the Zplots for ploting Impedance Data.

Analyzers are available from several suppliers and some inexpensive clones are available (as always, buyer beware!). Some of SARA's members have been working with these units very successfully.

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Last Updated 13 Jan 2019

Digi-Key Electronic Design Tools

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Updated Design Tools from Digi-Key has updates. Their 'Scheme-It', 'KiCad', and 'SnapEDA' packages look like something very useful in our electronic based hobby! Check them out. You need to do the free registration process on their site, but it is painless and the tools are worth the effort. The cost is "free".

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