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RMHam U – Microwave Transmission

12/17/2016

Sub-zero temperatures and upwards of 12-14″ of snow in some areas of the Denver Metro area didn’t stop the December edition of Rocky Mountain Ham University. Instructors Doug Sharp, K2AD and John Maxwell, W0VG conducted a lab in which 16 students set up, configured and put point-to-point microwave radio links in service.   Attendees learned […]


Problems with New Baofeng DM-5R, TYT MD-398 and Radioddity GD-55 Models

11/25/2016

During 2016 we have noted some new and good DMR radios, and unfortunately we have also seen some radios which cause concern. The radios in question are the Baofeng DM-5R, TYT MD-398 and the Radioddity GD-55. At this time Rocky Mountain Ham Radio is requesting that amateur operators refrain from using the Baofeng DM-5R, TYT […]


RM Ham University

11/22/2016

Saturday November 19 found almost 30 students attending the second of the this terms courses on amateur radio topics.  This month was DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) which gave an in depth look at this modes technology.  The course covered everything from the basics of of the, including the theory of operation of the TDMA (Time […]


2016 BARCfest

10/02/2016

Boulder Amateur Radio Club’s annual hamfest at the Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont was a great event and lots of deals were found.  Rocky Mountain Ham Radio cleared out a few estates worth of equipment and a few pieces of equipment.  We all had a good time and had a few first-timers show up to […]


RM Ham Supports CAP

09/11/2016

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio was happy to deploy our Communications Trailer September 10th in support of the Civil Air Patrol’s Colorado Wing as they conducted a communications exercise.  The first phase of the exercise consisted of originated messages from the RMHam Trailer being relayed from Fort Collins to Grand Junction using aircraft flying in assigned […]


RMHAM-U Announced for 2016-2017

09/08/2016

Click on RMHAM University above for more information and course syllabus.  Our fall/winter class curriculum has been posted and we’ve got another great year of learning for you.  Our classes are limited in number, so make sure you sign up early.  Pizza lunch will be provided for your registration fee.  


RMHAM Does NPOTA Right!

08/15/2016

A few members from RMHAM activated the Great Sand Dunes National Park (NP25) from August 11-13th.  The ARRL National Parks on the Air year long event has been a huge success in getting hams out to the parks and showing off their portable operating skills while teaching the public about amateur radio. Neal Tew – […]


DAYTON HAMVENTION® 2016 CLUB OF THE YEAR

05/28/2016

To the Members of Rocky Mountain Ham Radio “Congratulations on your winning the Hamvention® Club of the Year Award for 2016. You were chosen from a prestigious group of clubs from across the U.S. The judging team reviewed the nomination and your web site and came away completely impressed with your accomplishments. We especially focused […]


Colorado Wide Changes Names to Rocky Mountain Wide

03/24/2016

As of May 1, 2016, Colorado Wide will officially be changing names to Rocky Mountain Wide.  This talkgroup is now carried in 4 states on 25 repeaters.  We believe that the name change more adequately describes the coverage area of this talkgroup.  The talkgroup ID will remain 700. The codeplugs are being revised for all […]


2016 New Mexico TechFest

03/01/2016

The second annual New Mexico TechFest, an ARRL-sanctioned operating specialty event hosted by Rocky Mountain Ham Radio on February 27, 2016, was a huge success! 77 hams from across New Mexico gathered at this annual technically-focused conference designed to facilitate education, demonstrations, and collaboration about relevant and emerging technical topics, techniques, and applications within amateur […]