OH-KY-IN Amateur Radio Society is one of the leading amateur radio organizations in the Cincinnati, Ohio area and has been for most of its 50-plus year history. We are a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of all things radio. No matter the amateur radio interest, OH-KY-IN members are involved.
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The October membership meeting will be Tuesday, October 6th starting at 7:30. The program will be an exclusive virtual tour of radio station WWV in Fort Collins, Colorado! As you may know, WWV is operated by the US National Institute of … Continue reading
Due to the current restrictions associated with the coronavirus (COVID-19) the Brunch Bunch is suspended until further notice.
This Thursday, February 20th, OH-KY-IN ARS will operate an ARISS School Contact with Maple Dale Elementary from 1:20 PM to 1:31 PM EST. Look for a live stream on our Facebook page or listen in to the downlink on the … Continue reading
With Valentine’s Day coming, any purchases through our club link below will benefit the club in small, but meaningful ways (or bigger ways in case you buy that 14-caret diamond, ha ha!). Just click on the banner below and you … Continue reading
Winter Field Day 2020 is upon us! OH-KY-IN is again teaming up with QCEN, but this year at two different locations: outdoors at Harvest Home Park in Cheviot and indoors at the American Red Cross. Operations begin 2:00 PM on … Continue reading
by Justin, KE8COY. I’m pleased to announce we have a new book in the club library this month. Exploding the Phone: the Untold Story of the Teenagers and Outlaws who Hacked Ma Bell by Phil Lapsley.
Hi Folks! Just passing along 2 new articles I posted on my website All Things Radio (http://ak3q.com/2018/11/two-new-articles-posted-on-reviews-and-how-tos-page/) These are articles previously published in The Spectrum Monitor, and includes a review of the uBITX transceiver I showed at our recent DIY … Continue reading
Last time around I introduced some ideas on working LF and VLF bands, and in this article I discuss some antenna designs which can be effective for making the most of these big signals.
While working from home on Monday, I turned on the 2-meter, and heard a very interesting conversation.
I find myself becoming more and more interested in chasing some of the experimental stations and beacons which reside down in the 200-500kHz portion of the band, as well as signals in the 136kHz band. This might sound odd for someone who … Continue reading