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RMHAM Adds New Salida Machine and Update Colorado Connection

09/14/2014

9/14/2014 The Rocky Mountain Ham Radio team (K7PFJ, K0GUR, K0JSC and W0VG) went to Methodist Mountain in Salida, Colorado to install a new high speed ham band internet microwave link to Fremont Peak at the Royal Gorge (With the help of Matt, W1ATE and Thirza W1NDX at Fremont) to interconnect the new MotoTRBO machine and […]


Boulder Mountainbike Alliance Uses 449.225

09/12/2014

Hey Rocky Mountain Hams, On behalf of the Boulder Mountainbike Alliance and the team of hams who provided communications for this year’s “Caribou Classic / Sufferfest” event, I’d like to thank you for graciously allowing us to use your  repeater for the event on Saturday.  While we didn’t completely devour the repeater throughout the day […]


Rocky Mtn Ham Radio Rebuild Colorado Connection COS

09/01/2014

Sunday, August 31, 2014 three different groups came together to complete the Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado Springs installation. The Colorado Connection, Colorado Repeater Association and Rocky Mountain Ham Radio installed a spur of new microwave, digital linking and new GE MASTR III repeaters. This day was the culmination of years of design an implementation to attempt […]


RMHAM Installs MotoTRBO on Sandia Crest, NM!

08/25/2014

Albuquerque, NM has a MotoTRBO repeater!  The RMHAM install team made an ascent to the top of 10,600′ Sandia Crest to install and connect the Motorola MTR3000 repeater to Rocky Mountain Wide and South talkgroups.  From left to right: Scott Webb N5SQR, Brian Mileshosky N5ZGT, Tom Ellis K5TEE, Chris Aas NB5T, Pat Mileshosky W5RMY, Isaac […]


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. […]


K2AD at APCO Speaking About the Role of Amateur in Emergency Comms

08/10/2014

Here’s Doug Sharp, K2AD, speaking on Amateur Radio in use for disasters.  They caught him off guard, and he did a great job. http://urgentcomm.com/disaster-response/rca-doug-sharp-discusses-role-amateur-radio-public-safety-communications  


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 […]


Rocky Mountain Ham 2014 VHF Contest

06/28/2014

The ARRL 2014 VHF QSO Party was operated on June 16th and 17th from DM78 Southeast of Pueblo. The Rocky Mountain Ham Radio team again fielded a great station with 9 bands. The team put in a great effort and submited the following score We did have gear for 2304 and 3456 but true to […]


RMHAM Assists Colorado Coal Century

05/22/2014

May 17, 2014 Rocky Mountain Ham Radio assisted the organizers of the 3cbikeride.com in pulling off a great early season 100 mile bike ride starting and ending in Broomfield, CO and traveling along many country roads to Johnstown, CO.  Many RMHAM members gave their Saturday in hopes of creating a wonderful ongoing, early season bike […]


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 […]