Ham Cram/Exam This Saturday

We’re holding a ham cram/exam this Saturday to help participants in the March for Science get licensed. All are welcome. Information at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1853893414885001/17634270_1854134314860911_5807707129007570944_n

March for Science Communications

We’ve received a request to coordinate communications for Cleveland’s March for Science on April 22. If you’re interested in volunteering, please email kvc2@case.edu.

We’re also tentatively planning a ham cram this Saturday for students and community members interested in getting licensed before the march; further bulletins will be posted here.

Hacker Society Talk Tomorrow: “Intro to Ham Hacking”

Our own Rachel AC8XY will be giving a talk at CWRU Hacker Society tomorrow evening: Glennan 408 at 7:30 pm. The talk description is below:

Ham, or amateur radio, has a long and proud history of jerry-rigged, taped-together, and improvised solutions. With a license, you can communicate in a variety of different modes, code programs, solder circuits, and experiment with a segment of the electromagnetic spectrum. I will be giving a quick intro to amateur radio history, experiments, and operations, as well as ways to get involved on this campus.