How to use MMSSTV

MMSSTV How-To’s These tutorials are designed to help hams make the greatest use of their MMSSTV software. Credit to WB9KMW for the tutorials Create Cool Text for Your MMSSTV Presentation Adding a Note in the MMSSTV Template Adding Multiple, Wrapped Lines to Your Template Adding an Image or Picture into the MMSSTV Template Loading One or More Pictures into an […]

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VK2BFC Echolink Node.

After many late nights and early mornings Frank VK2BFC & Rob VK2FAAA have completed the VK2BFC-L Echolink node No. 388642. Using the Echolink client software you can connect to the node from any part of the world either direct on your PC or by connecting via a local Echolink node in your area. Local users are able to connect via […]

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Weekly Digital Net info

Greetings and welcome to the digital net blogspace. What we have been doing is having a net on Tuesday evening’s at 8pm local on 7.047MHz. An announcement is made on RNE at 19:55 each Tuesday that the Digital net is starting on 7.047 Then an announcement made in voice on 7.047 at 19:58 Checkins start BY VOICE on 7.047 LSB […]

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Where we are

The Albury Wodonga Amateur Radio Club is located in Albury-Wodonga, which is situated on the Murray River (the border between NSW and Victoria). Wodonga is in Victoria and Albury is in NSW, Australia. Latitude: 36° 04′ 21S. Although we have members who come from all over the district.

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Meeting info

We welcome new members and visitors. Business Meetings are held on the First Tuesday of each month starting at 19.30 hours. On air club nets: Thursday nights 8.30 pm 3.555 Mhz Every Monday is a net night using the RNE 2m repeater starting at 8pm. Tuesday nights 8pm 7.047 Mhz digital net.

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Welcome to the world of amateur radio

Amateur radio is many different things to the individual three million plus people throughout the world who enjoy this multi-faceted communications hobby. Amateurs communicate with each other by transmitting voice, Morse code, digital modes, pictures and even video signals. Wireless Institute of Australia

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