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History: A Century of Amateur Radio and the ARRL
December 1, 2015 11:00 a.m.
Journey's End Restaurant
We would like to have a rough
count, so if you plan to go (we hope you do!),
SKYWARN Recognition Day is Saturday, December 5
SKYWARN Recognition Day is not a contest. During SKYWARN Recognition Day amateur stations exchange contact information with as many National Weather Service-based stations as possible on SSB, FM, CW, RTTY, and AM on 80, 40, 20, 15, 10, 6, and 2 meter bands plus 70 centimeters. Repeater contacts are permitted.
Stations exchange call signs, signal reports, location, and a one or two-word description of the weather (eg, sunny, partly cloudy, windy, rainy). Procedures are detailed on the NOAA SRD web page.
The volunteer SKYWARN program comprises nearly 290,000 trained severe weather spotters -- many of them radio amateurs -- who identify severe storms and provide NWS forecasters with reports of local weather conditions during severe weather events.
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the Georgia Traffic and Emergency Net
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