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Jan. 7th Sunday Discussion (RF Propagation)

Greetings all OMARC Members and Followers:

The first Sunday Net of 2018 will focus on RF Propagation at 9:00 PM this evening on the 146.805 MHz repeater. Discussion about what to expect from our lowest frequency of 135 KHz (2200m) up to the 10 GHz (7.5mm) and all areas in between will be covered based on overall interests.

Each attendee will be asked which wavelength band they would like to talk about before getting into a rotation of related discussion.

You can also listen in via your computer or smartphone through the Echolink Application by connected to WA2MJM-R. Questions via text chat are welcome for those unable to speak.

If we have time, we can go into some antenna theory and best practices for the most discussed band and mode of operation during the discussion. I would also like to explore more interactive ways to participate in a net for the future instead of round table format which gets hard after 4-6 stations.

Hope you can make it on time.

Steve K2GOG

K2GOG@yahoo.com

NOTE: I will no longer be providing or checking for any updates or postings via Yahoo Groups after Feb 28th 2018, so please sign up on the OMARC Forum is you are not already set up there. Questions? Please ask!

Topic Interest 1/7/2018
  1. Is RF Propagation you would like to learn more about?1 vote
    1. Yes
      100.00%
    2. No
        0.00%
  2. What frequency range is of most interest to you?1 vote
    1. Below 1 MHz
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    2. Between 1 MHz and 5 MHz
        0.00%
    3. Between 5 MHz and 11 MHz
        0.00%
    4. Between 11 MHz and 20 MHz
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    5. Between 20 MHz and 30 MHz
        0.00%
    6. Between 30 MHz and 60 MHz
        0.00%
    7. Between 60 MHz and 150 MHz
        0.00%
    8. Between 150 MHz and 420 MHz
        0.00%
    9. Between 420 MHz and 900 MHZ
        0.00%
    10. Between 900 MHz and 1700 MHz
      100.00%
    11. Between 1700 MHz and 3000 MHz
        0.00%
    12. Over 3000 MHz, but less than 10,000 MHz
        0.00%
    13. Over 10,000 MHz....
        0.00%
    14. Light wave communications?
        0.00%

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