2023 Meeting schedule
|January 11||Kaitlyn Handelman, KN6MAN||Cybersecurity and Radios In Space|
2022 Meeting schedule
|January 12||Tim Duffy, K3LR||Grounding/Bonding for RFI Mitigation|
|February 9||Bryan Klofas, KF6ZEO||“12 grams Around the World: Picoballoons and Radiosondes”|
|March 9||Michelle Paquette AA6MP||The theory behind compact loop antennas|
|Jim Peterson, K6EI||Top Band — the 160 meters band|
|May 11||Jim Peterson, K6EI||All Things Field Day|
|June 8||Stan Dye, KC7ZXE||Fun with Nano VNAs|
|July 13||No Meeting|
|August 10||No Meeting|
|August 13||Annual BBQ – 11am at Sunnyvale’s Baylands Park|
|September 14||Dean Wood, N6DE||Updates on plans for the California QSO Party|
|October 12||Jim Peterson, K6EI,||Update on how to detect, identify, locate, and reduce Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) around your station.|
|November 10||Steve Sergeamt, KC6ZKT||Winter Field Day Plans|
|December 17||HOLIDAY PARTY / BBQ,
11am – 1pm, Saturday,
Silicon Valley Red Cross Building Patio on the east-facing side of the facility. We can shift indoors to Room 3 if it rains. The Red Cross building is at 2731 N. First Street at Plumeria Drive (southwest corner) in San Jose. If you haven’t been to the Red Cross in a while, “talk-in” is usually available on the Association’s repeaters. Best choice would be 2m/220.
Previous meetings can be viewed on our Meetings History Page.
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You can write to the WVARA at:
West Valley Amateur Radio Association
P.O. Box 6544
San Jose, CA 95150-6544