|Because we cannot meet in person right now, there is an every other week Zoom meeting that is open to any amateur radio operator or anyone that is interested in amateur radio. This is open to everyone. It happens every other Wednesday at 6:30pm EDT and we go to at least 8:30 and sometimes longer.|
Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Wireless Communications Group. If this is your first time here, there is a lot to see.
You might have found us because of one of our projects. Maybe you found us from our Ham Social site for Ham Radio Friends. Maybe you saw us on the Ham Radio Unlimited podcast. Maybe you use one of our repeaters, reflectors or talkgroups.
No matter how you found us, welcome. We are a very friendly community of Ham Radio enthusiasts. We have something for everyone. Let s know if there something else you would like to see.
- The Palomino Dual Band J-PoleThe Three Amigos (Sandy KB3EOF, Steve KC3MAU and Kurt K3KOH) from our local Ham family have designed and built a dual band J-Pole with very low SWR. You can build … Read More “The Palomino Dual Band J-Pole” »
- How does Fusion, Wires-X, YSF and FCS work?In our local group recently there has been some confusion and questions about how Fusion, Wires-X, YSF and FCS works. I hope with this post to make it a little … Read More “How does Fusion, Wires-X, YSF and FCS work?” »
- What is up with the D-Star Repeater?Hi everyone, I want to give you an update on the D-Star repeater. As some of you know it has been in a local only mode for quite some time … Read More “What is up with the D-Star Repeater?” »
- AREDN and LoRaWAN now operational at the Gambrill repeater siteToday 2 AREDN nodes and a LoRaWAN gateway were put up and activated at the Gambrill repeater site. Below are the details and links to more information. AREDN AREDN is … Read More “AREDN and LoRaWAN now operational at the Gambrill repeater site” »