Prior to joining Voice of America, Bruce spent twenty-three years working for KSFO, when it was owned by Gene Autry's Golden West Broadcasters. During World-War-Two the station's previous owners ran studios and high-frequency transmitters for the Office of War Operations, via KWID and KWIX, as part of a service that eventually became Voice of America. Several co-workers and friends of Bruce worked on this wartime service. So later when VOA invited Bruce to join the staff at Greenville, he knew who they were!
Bruce's amateur radio interests are largely focused on millimeter-wave microwave technology.
Today we are pleased to announce that the San Francisco Radio Club will be opening Slack to our members and friends. We have been using Slack for over 3 years to run our board meetings and we feel that the time is now to use this tool to enable better collaboration between us and our club friends. So JOIN our Slack channel today!!!
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This year's 2M QSO Party is coming up. This year, the event will be on 8/24/2019 from 10AM to 2PM. Follow the button below for details.
This is a friendly reminder to let you know that tomorrow, Friday, July 19th, we will be hosting our General Meeting at the VA Hospital, building 7 Auditorium. Be there at 7pm! We have a ton of good stuff to cover and of course socialize! So come early, bring your radios and share your stories.
This Friday, our own, John Gates, KB6KM will be presenting on best communication practices when using repeater systems. Bring your HT, and let's make this an interactive meeting! Have all your questions answered!
Via Reddit and James Duffy N6DUF some 2019 Field Day photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/dffy/albums/72157709224726971