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April 2014 Program Propagation as a Service
by Stu K6TU
Wednesday, April 9, 2014

As many of you know, accessing HF propagation information using the resources from NOAA and others, is relatively easy.

But what do all those numbers and all that data mean to you and your operating? Interpreting that data as it applies, for example, to working FT5ZM from your location, with a modest station running 100W to a tribander, is a whole other matter!

Stu K6TU has developed an easy to use system that lets you see what to expect under conditions that can be uniquely applied to your specific station. The results are displayed on a world map, making it easy to see where and when you will be heard. And it will run on any computer (including tablets) since it is web based.

Join us in discovering a new way to literally look at the world of propagation!

Note: Meeting Location!

Location: Boulevard Cafe & Grill
                1096 Petaluma Blvd North
                Petaluma, CA.

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Time: 6pm Social hour, 7pm Dinner/Program

What's New...
(March 29, 2014)

        Web page updates:

                Updated Members and Spirit Awardees as of March 19, 2014

                Updated Directors and Appointed Positions as of January 20, 2014

        Check out latest issue of Sunspots Newsletter:

                March 2014 issue of Sunspots

        Upcoming Events:

                April 4-6, 2014 -- Visalia DX Convention

                April 9, 2014 (2nd Wednesday) -- Monthly Meeting

                May 14, 2014 (2nd Wednesday) -- Monthly Meeting

                June 11, 2014 (2nd Wednesday) -- Monthly Meeting

                June 28-29, 2014 -- Field Day

Founded in 1980, the Redwood Empire DX Association is an Amateur Radio Club dedicated to DX (contacting other radio amateurs over long distances) and contests (on the air events where radio amateurs attempt to contact as many other hams over a fixed time period). Membership interests range from 160 meter DXing to VHF/UHF contesting. REDXA membership is open to all licensed Radio Amateurs. However, visitors are cordially invited to attend our meetings.

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