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Rocky Mountain Ham University Curriculum for 2018 – 2019 Class Season is listed below.
All classes are held on Saturday morning unless otherwise indicated.
We do limit our classes to 50 students due to room size. If you cannot make a class, it\’s very important to let us know as soon as possible so we can give your space to another student!

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Please check the classes you wish to attend:
DMR use continues to expand and provide new interconnection possibilities. This is an updated talk that explores how DMR works and the bewildering world of programming DMR radios to work with the various interconnecting systems.
Providing IP in challenging terrain is one of the abilities served agencies value most because IP enables so many other services such as data, audio and video. This talk explores planning, configuring and deployment of such a network using point-to-point microwave links, satellite and cell links, mesh networking, UHF data radios and similar technologies in mountainous terrain and remote locations.
This class covers the use of basic test equipment for amateur radio applications, starting with digital multimeters, SWR meters and antenna analyzers. We'll also take a look at how more advanced gear can be applied (oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, service monitors).
This class updates the Repeaters 101 class and covers topics such as how to determine of your DMR repeater is operating properly. Interfacing of repeaters with linking devices such as an RTCM or MMDVM. How to determine if your repeater is de-sensing and similar topics.
This class covers designing building and using a portable PodCom. Portable On Demand Communications or portable station.
Linking repeaters together dramatically expands communications capabilities. This talk covers linking analog repeaters using VOIP technology such as AllStarLink, digital repeaters such as DMR and P25 using native protocols and mixed technologies like MMDVM, as well as bridging between different technologies.

We will add your email contact to our RMHAM-University mailing list and you will receive information relating to your class schedule and location updates. We will not spam you so make sure you give us a real email address. You will be instructed as to any materials you will need to bring for class, usually notebook, pen, and laptop or tablet computer so that you can follow the course materials. Be expecting an email the week before your scheduled class with updates.

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