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 it’s 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.
Tuesday March 5th, 2019 @ 7:30 PM. St. Bernard Municipal Building (Rec. Hall) at 120 Washington Ave. in St. Bernard. Topic : SSTV by Cesi KD8OOB
After transmitter power problems on the International Space Station, the ARISS SSTV event is operating as normal today, Saturday the 9th, after astronauts fixed the problem. Several great passes over the Cincinnati Tri-State have already happened with plenty more coming … Continue reading
The February Q-Fiver newsletter is now availible to read or to download.
The Ohio ARES VHF Simplex Contest is held each year by the Ohio ARES Group of the ARRL’s Ohio Section. The purpose of the Ohio ARES VHF Simplex Contest is to improve station and antenna capabilities and to test coverage … Continue reading
Recently our own Justin (KE8COY) had the opportunity to interview Thomas Witherspoon (K4SWL) about a number of projects Thomas has going, including the excellent blog SWLing Post and his work with the charity Ears To Our World (ETOW). Thomas is … Continue reading
Time : Friday Nov 9th 18:00EST – Sunday Nov 11th 23:59EST Bands : HF Mode : All Modes Call Sign : K8SCH Results: On Friday November 9th, several members of OH-KY-IN activated the Cincinnati Observatory Center as a special … Continue reading
The newest version of WSJT-X 2.0 is now available and is not be backward compatible. Read more about it on the ARRL website.
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
Congratulations to 10-yr old Nikilesh Kashyap (and proud papa Raajesh!) on passing his Technician’s License at Milford’s testing site. On 1/16/18 Nikilesh was given the call sign KE8IPE and has already made contacts and checked into the Newcomers and Elmers … 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.