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Did you ever wonder?

05/22/2015

If you ever wondered what it looked like at our mountain tops, you’ll love this pic. We build for the worst possible winter days. This was springtime in the Rockies at its best! We use heavy materials, commercial quality antennas and good care when installing.  Things still get damaged, but it’s a chance to try […]


RMHAM-U Standing Room Only!

02/28/2015

Rocky Mountain Ham’s Mike Lozano and Jeff Ryan put on a successful MotoTRBO systems class today for basic MotoTRBO systems and the RMHAM network.  We had 53 attendees learning the intricacies and the ins-and-outs of the network and how to properly program and use your DMR capable handhelds. Don’t forget to get your seat at […]


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 […]


New Mexico TechFest

01/05/2015

Despite 6-12 inches of unexpected snow and ice around Albuquerque and much of the Land of Enchantment the night before, the 2015 New Mexico TechFest, an ARRL-sanctioned operating specialty event hosted by Rocky Mountain Ham Radio – New Mexico, was a huge success.  60 hams from across New Mexico gathered on Saturday, February 28 for […]


KE0CRD, Colton Ragsdale

01/03/2015

Saturday, RMHAM tested one of it’s member’s, Zeke Ragsdale’s son.  Colton Ragsdale, 5 years old, passed the test missing only three questions!  He had the test read to him by RMHAM Members, Dean Mertz, K0MKT, Ken Zylla, KD0MGQ and George Bartling, WA9TCD.  Congratulations, Colton!   Video here: https://youtu.be/N4gPCln68FU


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 […]


RMHAM Starts TRBO On-Air Net

11/07/2014

If you’re new to MotoTRBO or just wanting to learn more about how it all works, you’ll be sure to mark your calendar for the First and Third Saturday of every month.  Come to Rocky Mountain Wide and participate in the new MotoTRBO tech net. We’ll have system designers and tech geeks there to answer […]


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 […]