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Revision as of 12:44, 9 January 2014



The Amatuer Radio Special Interest Group is largerly a way of collecting the radio knowledge and expeirence of our diverse membership. We will also organize and document projects on this page so that members and the public can stay informed.

Updates Coming soon...


like waves 'n stuff dude

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amateur_radio what the heck are you talking about?


Hazel Park Amateur Radio Club just down the road

USECA Utica Shelby Emergency Communication Association

L'anse Creuse Amateur Radio Club

Livonia Amateur Radio Club

Garden City Amateur Radio Club

Milford Amateur Radio Club

Novi Amateur Radio Club

Arrow Communication Association This is the awesome group out of Ann Arbor who runs the bus to Dayton.


CHIRP Open Source Radio Programming Software (primarily VHF/UHF Mobile and Portable rigs currently)

N3FJP N3FJP Windows-based logging software. AClog is Matt's logger of choice, and N3FJP also makes a fukll suite of contesting software, including networkable Field Day loggers.

cqrlog "The world's best linux logging program!" according to the website. Seems to be pretty popular linux-based logger. no contesting loggers yet, but is apparently in process


ARRL The Amateur Radio Relay League. National ham radio society.

FCC Federal Communications Commission site for the Amateur Radio Service

Projects and Documents

Radio Station

People have been discussing setting up a permanent Radio Station at i3 Detroit. Band and power have been discussed lightly at this moment I am not certain if any decisions have been made.

A permanent station / repeater may support features such as:

* APRS Automatic Packet Reporting System
* CW also called Morse Code
* VHF equipment to work local repeaters or direct communication with local hams
* HF transceiver and antenna for regional and DX (long distance) communication  
* PSK and other digital modes
* ATV amateur television (TV over UHF ham bands)

please take a moment and share your interesting ideas and comments.

Programming Files

I know there's some CSVs circulating out there. Upload 'em here!


HAM Index

List yourself, so people may come to know

Maybe we can start a mailing list but at least this is a good "gather the Hams list"

Name/Nick Call Sign Wiki User License Experience / Description
Justin Triplett KD8WCR jtrip Technician looking to operate emergency air horns
Matt Huber KD8LLT UnixMonky General Casual contester
Rob Lifton NY8W Lifton Extra Secretary for the USECA organization.
Bruce Webber N8SLN bwebber Extra Mostly mobile operation, not active recently

HAM Contacts

once I am less embarased by this page I will pimp it and get outsiders listed


Dayton Hamvention

Dayton Hamvention® 2014 Makers... The Future of Ham Radio

May 16-18 2014


L'anse Creuse Swap

December 8th

We are looking to host a table. Are you interested in joining? visiting?


Hazel Park swap

Hazel Park High School

23400 Hughes Hazel Park, MI 48030

January 12, 2014 8:00 AM til 12:00 Noon

W8HP - Talk-in 146.640 (100hz.pl) D.A.R.T Repeater

Tables $15, Tickets $5

Free parking