RMHAM at Steam-A-Palooza Nov 10

11/04/2018

Rocky Mountain Ham will be attending the Steam-A-Palooza at Grandview High School, Saturday, November, 10 with the Trailer and some smiling faces.  As you will note, this is a testing day also, so some of the team will be spending the early morning at the test session and then coming over to this event.  We’d love to have you come out and shake hands.

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Hi Rocky Mountain Ham Radio Team, 

My name is Dustin Vick and I’m a STEM teacher in Cherry Creek Schools. Along with some fellow teachers we are planning a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Event happening in November and wanted to reach out and see if you would be willing to join?

We are so excited to start planning our annual STEAM-a-Palooza: Empowered by Innovation event happening on Saturday, November 10th, 2018 at Grandview High School. We would really love it if you could join us. Last year we had more than 3,000 people walk through our doors and see all of the great things happening in Cherry Creek Schools, K-12, and in our community with partners like you. We would really appreciate it if you and your team could join us and allow our students and community to get hands on with Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math with your amazing resources. If you are interested in joining us again please let me know. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you soon, 

Dustin Vick

STEAM-a-Palooza

Saturday, November 10th, 2018 

http://www.steamapaloozaccsd.com/


NCARC Hamfest Coming!

10/31/2018

On January 19, 2019, Rocky Mountain Ham Radio will once again be supporting the NCARC Hamfest at the Ranch in Loveland, CO.  The event is usually a lot of fun and is well attended.  If you’re looking for some bargains, and you’d like to come out and shake a few hands, we’d sure love to have you at the event.  Admission is $6 per person.  For more information please see www.ncarc.net.

 


Support RMHam thru Amazon Smile!

10/29/2018

Did you know your purchases can make a difference? AmazonSmile donates to Rocky Mountain Ham Radio Inc when you do your holiday shoping at smile.amazon.com/ch/45-2928518.

 

 


RMHAM is an ARRL Affiliated Club

  • 11/17/2018RMHAM-U: Ad Hoc IP Networks
  • 12/08/2018 9:00 amCCYARC/RMHam VE Testing
  • 12/15/2018RMHAM-U: Test and Measurement
  • 12/20/2018 7:00 pmAmerican Red Cross DMR Net
AEC v1.0.4

Boo! Don’t be scared by Halloween changes.

10/21/2018

On October 31st, there will be some minor changes to the RMHam DMR Network.  On that date, the Devils Head repeater will be re-programmed with a new ‘Local’ talk group and the current ‘Central’ talk group will be dropped.  For those of you maintaining your own Code Plug, the changes are as follows: (1) Repeater Color Code changes from CC=7 to CC=8; (2) Remove talk group 720/Central from Time Slot 2; (3) Add new talk group 711/Devils Local on Time Slot 2.   In addition to that change, RMHam will be creating a new Talk Group to be used for experimenting with Voice and Data on our three VHF repeaters located at Almagre, Squaw and Lookout.  The changes are: On Time Slot 2 create Talk Group 705 which will be called “Eastern”.  All other parameters remain the same.  If there are any questions about programming your Code Plug, please contact the appropriate Code Plug maintainer for your type of radio as listed on our Sample Code Plug page.


DMR RMHAM-U by K0NGA

10/20/2018

The ever popular RMHAM University on DMR Systems and Uses by Mike K0NGA was attended by more than 40 people this Saturday morning.  It was an excellent talk with great interaction and many new faces interested in getting into DMR.  The talk was recorded by John AE7YH and Fran AF7YL and is available on the RMHAM YouTube channel soon.


Willem Explains NetLab

10/08/2018

(By KØRM)

At the BARCFest held on October 7th, the RMHam NetLab was on display and drew many curious attendees.   I captured an impromptu briefing when I aimed my camera at our own network guru Willem Schreuder and said “what’s going on here?”   Thanks to him for a great two-minute explanation and demonstration.

Click HERE to see the video.


Introduction to Network Radio

08/25/2018

Have you heard all the buzz about Network Radio but wanted to more about it? RMHAM team member Joey Stanford, NV0N, has created an informal introduction video to get you to started.

RMHR hosts successful 2018 TAPR Digital Communications Conference in Albuquerque

08/20/2018

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio, New Mexico hosted the 2018 TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel on September 14-16. DCC is an annual conference, attended by hams across the United States and world, that highlights digital communications technologies, techniques, and capabilities currently being utilized within amateur radio or under development.  RMHR-NM attracted DCC to New Mexico for the first time in the conference’s 37 year history, in part because of its experience conducting the annual New Mexico TechFest.

The weekend was filled with introductory and technical presentations, demonstrations, meals with speakers, prizes, and opportunities to establish or build relationships with some of amateur radio’s notable technical innovators.  Special thanks to Rick AE5JI, Ron NR5ON, Erik KE5ZBG, Pat W5RMY, and Brian N5ZGT for the logistical and on-site support!