March Meeting: DXing in Today’s Internet World

Chasing that rare operator is one of the greatest joys of amateur radio. And few in our area do it better than Joe Levine W8JRK.

Joe was first licensed in Connecticut in 1958 as K1GMR, earning his MSU undergrad degree in Music. He was one of the leading Michigan based chasers in last years National Parks On The Air contest and has a long history of dedicated support for MSUARC. He spoke at the March meeting about the tools he uses to snag the rare ones.

Here’s a link to Joe’s resources.

Watch his presentation on demand, below..

February Meeting: 3D Printing!

Once upon a time, it was the province of science fiction, but creating three dimensional objects with a printer is now a common activity and the device can be found in a number of student residence hall rooms across campus. We learned the ins and outs of 3D printing from Michigan State University engineering freshman, Jacob Bruner KW4EV at the February club meeting. Did you miss it. Watch the Facebook Live Replay, below.