If you would like to be involved in ham radio activities and/or be a part of the club, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We held officer elections!
Congratulations to our board for 2013-2014:
President: Jamesen Eisele (KD8PIJ)
Vice-President: Justin Paupore (KD8PHY)
Treasurer: Chunpeng Wang (BG6CCQ/KD8MLS)
Webmaster: Krishna C. Garikipati (KD8PHV)
And, as before, our Station Manager is Steve Culp (K8QKY).
Mar 14, 2013: Physics Professor F.D. Becchetti, W8ZLK, gave a presentation on the radio problems that Amelia Earhart may have encountered on her attempt to circumnavigate the earth.
Feb 14,2013: Prof. Aaron Ridley, department of AOSS, gave a talk on designing, planning, and launching a high altitude ballon with various instrumentation on-board.
Dec 13,2012: William (Bill) Becher, AA8RW, reviewed our new Kenwood TS-590S Transceiver
Nov 13,2012: Bruce Graham (KT8TD), a member of the local Arrow club, gave a presentation on the filters used in radio equipment.
Oct 25,2012: William (Bill) Becher, retired EECS professor, gave a presentation on the use of Operational Amplifiers in Amateur Radio
Sep 13,2012: Ryan Miller from Michigan Space Physics Research Laboratory (SPRL) discussed the Mars Science laboratory mission and the role of SPRL in accomplishing it !
Communicate with other ham radio stations around the world using U-M's amateur radio station W8UM, obtain your own FCC Amateur Radio License, and get involved in an exciting hobby that you'll enjoy for a lifetime.
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