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http://www.weather.gov/media/ohx/briefing/Briefing.pdfWeather Briefing for Eclipse Weekend. Submitted by KD4WX.
More interesting information on the solar eclipse. They will have 15 groups in Tennessee launching these. These will travel up to around 100,000 ft before bursting, then will descend via parachute at 3000 ft per minute. These will be capturing … Continue reading
The following is a 4 part (almost 3 hour) video presentation by the Ohio ARRL that explains programming DMR code plugs. This is a detailed presentation and will answer a lot of questions. Dale (KC2CBD) of the Putnam County ARES … Continue reading
To all, I’ve created a web page about the VUARC equipment on the eclipse balloon. http://stumpy.vuse.vanderbilt.edu/vuarclipse.html Please feel free to direct anyone wanting to know about our Aug. 21 flight to this page. It contains the relevant operating frequencies for … Continue reading
If anyone is interested in helping to test propagation during the eclipse for this university experiment, please read this article. http://www.arrl.org/news/amateur-radio-participation-is-key-to-university-solar-eclipse-experiment 73 and Thanks, William, KW1LL
From White County EC, William, KW1LL This article outlines some of the expected difficulties of the solar eclipse this month. Note the section on communications. https://www.citylab.com/life/2017/08/the-darker-side-of-this-summers-total-solar-eclipse/535740/?utm_source=fbia
Below is a link to the updated ARRL Band Chart. It includes the two new bands, 630m and 2200m. http://www.arrl.org/graphical-frequency-allocations Submitted by KW1LL