JOTA 2017 information is here. Take a look at some photos of our site at North Seattle College (our radio room) and see if you can help us out. Contact Horace, N7DRW (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info or to volunteer. We need all of the help that we can get.
If you are working on your Morse Code Interpreter’s Strip, here is a great practice program produced by G4FON in the UK. It runs under Windows (all versions). Unzip and run the executable from here:
WashJam 2016 information is here. Come join us!
Did you attended one of the Radio and Electronic Merit Badge Workshops sponsored by the Lake Washington Ham Club and Woodinville ARES Group? If you so, you may have received a FCC Exam voucher. The vouchers were given to those scouts/youth that were interested in getting a ham radio license but were not ready to take the exam at the workshop. We gave out the vouchers so that you could attempt the license exam at a later Lake Washington Ham Club meeting at no additional cost beyond the fee you already paid for the Merit Badge Workshop.
Additional exam study materials are also available. We have Technician level subscriptions to http://www.hamtestonline.com available to interested youth. Contact Phil Sohn, K7APS at email@example.com to start a subscription.
When you are ready for the exam now — so are we!
All you need to do is to send an email to Dave Wickert, AE7TD at firstname.lastname@example.org and preregister for the next exam session. We will handle it all from there. Exams are given the 2nd Saturday of each month @11am at our club house in Woodinville. Click here for more info. Space is limited so send an email soon!
Additional information from the Radio and Electronics Merit Badge Workshops
Materials for the Ham Radio and Electronics Merit Badge workshop:
- Apr 2014 Workshop — 555 Morse Code Oscillator Kit information is here.
- Apr 2014 Workshop — More 555 information is here.
- Mar 2015 Workshop — Updated info on 555 Morse Code Oscillator Kit is here.
- Mar 2016 Workshop — Updated instructions on the 555 Morse Code Oscillator Kit (V4) is here.
The following information may be useful for Scouting and Youth.
- K2BSA 2013 National Jamboree plan is here.
- JOTA 2014 poster is here.
- LWHC ‘Physics Club’ deck is here.
- “Map and Compass” fun activity is here.
- SEAPAC 2014 presentation is here.
- “Wireless and Scouting” report is here.
- Radio “Power Management” whitepaper is here.
- Camp Pigott presentations are here.