PRESIDENT’S BLOG – On Exposure and other things There has been a lot of talk lately about the new RF Exposure limitsfor amateur radio. In the past we were given… Read More »
SWL They are among us and we do not even know it! I refer to Short Wave Listeners. Personally, I have received two QSL cards from SWL’s who were eves-dropping… Read More »
On Saturday March 20, 2021 the David Sarnoff Radio Club sponsored “Ham Cram” as a way to “Get a Ham Radio License via Zoom in One Day”
A total of 17 exam elements were attempted by the 12 candidates. 7 earned a Technician class license, 3 earned a General class license, and 2 did not earn a license.
Special thanks to Joe Speroni, AH0A who developed the virtual Zoom exam session process and spent countless hours before, during, and after TCF to support our event.
Put our brand-new website, N2RE.ORG as a link in your browser
The gauntlet is thrown and the challenge is before us. As a club we
are poised to exceed the results of 2020 which, at this point,
should be something easy to do.
Donna Halper, Lesley University will share surprising
facts about broadcast history as well as some myths about things
we think we know.
Tis the season to be jolly. The holiday season 2020 is upon us but joy is not everywhere due to the Covid-19 virus…