Today the Team J88HL had a special day. The QTH is located in the area of the Richmond Academy where students from many countries study. The tram was asked to make a lecture and presentation of HAM Radio for the students. It was our great pleasure to talk about our great hobby to such a big group of students. There were students from over 10 nations in the group.
Wlodek SP6EQZ was delegated was leading the lecture. He talked abou the history of HAM Radio (starting from Oersted, Gauss and Marconi), mentioned what HAM Radio can give to may communities, talked about propagation, modes and also about the value of HAM radio in emergencies – just to mention some subjects.
Students could see all the antennas and operating positions. Each antennas was described with some details. Students could listen to contacs which were made on bands during the presentation. The students asked many interesting questions.
We have uploaded many new pictures to http://zoom.dxing.pl/index.php/SPDXING/J88HL – also meny pictures taken during the presentation. You are welcome to visit the picture gallery and leave your comments.
We received many questions about possible log corrections, miscopied calls etc. If you can’t find your call in the log or if you are not sure about your QSO – call J88HL again.
Some people asked why it is not possible to make a OQRS direct request via ClubLog. The feature will be enabled after the DXpedition is over. For now try to work J88HL on new bands and modes. OQRS will be availabe after the DXpedition.This entry was posted in News (during DXpedition) by SP5UAF