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RMHAM at ARDF Championship

10/31/2015

Members of RM Ham once again were mentioned in CQ Magazine, this time in the November, 2015 issue in an article by Joe Moell KØOV. The article featured The USA’s 15th annual ARDF Championships that were held at the Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch here in Colorado during August. Dean Mertz KØMKT was captioned as a […]


CSVHFS recap in October CQ Magazine

10/10/2015

Authored by Tony Emanuele WA8RJF of CQ Magazine (Reprinted from the vhf plus column October 2015 CQ Magazine) The Central States VHF Conference was held in Denver the weekend of July 25th with over 125 weak-signal aficionados in attendance (see Photo A). As usual, the program included an antenna test range, noise figure measurements (Photo […]


The Swapfest a successful and fun event!

02/15/2015

The Swapfest sponsored by the Aurora Repeater Association, Cherry Creek Young Amateur Radio Club and Rocky Mountain Ham Radio was held February 8th with over 500 people in attendance. There were over 60 vendors in attendance and all the vendor tables were sold out by the opening time of 9AM. The weather was very good […]


RM Ham and ARA extend the Co-op

12/30/2014

In an expansion of the cooperative agreement between the Rocky Mountain Ham Radio and the Aurora Repeater Association, the 447.500 repeater, which lost it’s Conifer Mountain site back in August, is now located at Critchell, in place of the 447.225 analog pair. At 8,400 feet it is not quite as high as the old Conifer Mountain […]


RM Ham University AllStar Linking

12/13/2014

Those who signed up for the AllStar Linking class got both an introductory and in-depth look at the All Star repeater linking technology including the required hardware and software. The “students” where treated to lively anecdotes and a dose of real word applications of this versatile system. RM Ham University classes cover a variety of […]


RM Ham & ARA form Co-Op

12/08/2014

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio Inc. and the Aurora Repeater Association have signed a Cooperative agreement that will allow the Boards of Directors of both groups to interact and work together to better use both groups resources in a cooperative effort to further technological advances in Colorado. The first project for the Cooperative will be to […]


Triple the Action, Triple the Fun. Three sites, Three sites, That’s Three sites in ONE!

10/26/2014

October 25th was a gorgeous Saturday and for the Rocky Mountain Ham Radio crews a perfect day to tackle some of the last of the mountain repeater site chores. At Squaw Mountain Dave Maciorowski WA1JHK, Doug Sharp K2AD and Willem Schreuder ACØKQ reworked the microwave link from there to Devilshead and buttoned up some final […]


CSVHF 2015 Conference comes to Colorado

08/13/2014

Hi all The Central States VHF Society is pleased to announce that its Annual Conference for 2015 will be held in the Denver Colorado Metro area. We are currently working to deliver an exceptional lineup of technical programs with presenters from across the country. Technical proceedings will be published and made available at the conference. […]


3GHz Microwave from Fort Collins to Pueblo Complete!

07/28/2014

Friday July 17th saw a merry band of RM Ham members making the long trek to the base of Almagre Mountain and the next day make the one hour trip up the service road to the site. The site is close to 13,000 feet and it was certainly a labor of love for those hardy […]


RM Ham Trailer Cover Story!

05/01/2014

Back in December, 2008 I had an article published in the pages of the now closed Monitoring Times Magazine “A Trailer for All Seasons,” about RMHam’s original Communications trailer, dubbed CommTrailer 2006, in this latest article “Rocky Mountain Ham Radio Communications Trailer”. The Spectrum Monitor is an e-magazine in pdf format that was created by […]