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 April membership meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 3rd at 7:30 PM ET. Due to the continuing pandemic, we will be meeting via Zoom again: Meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/996062859Meeting ID: 996 062 859Password: 146670 As always, guest are welcome. We … Continue reading
The Brunch Bunch goes to the Cabana on the River, Saturday, September 11th, at 1pm.
The April membership meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 3rd at 7:30 PM ET. Due to the continuing pandemic, we will be meeting via Zoom again: Meeting link: https://zoom.us/j/996062859 Meeting ID: 996 062 859 Password: 146670 As always, guest are … Continue reading
Field Day 2021 is almost upon us and OH-KY-IN ARS is back at the usual location at Mitchell Memorial Forest, operating as class 3A under the club call of K8SCH. Setup begins on Friday, June 25th at 2:00 PM EDT. … Continue reading
OH-KY-IN ARS will host an ARRL Volunteer Exam session on Saturday, June 26th at 10:00 AM EDT in conjunction with the club’s Field Day Operations at Mitchell Memorial Forest, 5401 Zion Rd, Cleves, OH 45002. A fee of $15.00 will … 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