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  1. M3LDM

    M3LDM Ham Member QRZ Page

    How did your JOTA go??
  2. KI4QHM

    KI4QHM Ham Member QRZ Page


    Our JOTA here in North Carolina, USA was jammed packed one group I talked too had 150 scouts and one of the kids had 20 contacts and he was going to get his licence what was good. I really like too see how it does premote ham radio in away what is really great too me! I would like to have alot of kids as Tech. for know and talk to on the 2M Repeater that we can use. As me being a Tech in my area I only have one kid my age on the air and active. I would like to hear more kids on the air but I think JOTA is a good thing and should stay forever with the boy scouts. But it was a blast. 73's from KI4QHM (Nick~Johnston County, NC, USA)
  3. CE3BRA

    CE3BRA Ham Member QRZ Page

    In Echolink system 6 chilean scouts radio station participate:
    CE3BSC National Headquarters Scout Office
    CE3JAM Official Camp Site station
    CE3TLI Isabel- National Organizator
    CE3BRA Arturo- Ecko link Coordinador
    CE3MVD School Scout Group
    CE1ROA Carmen- North Coordinator
    Please contact us:
    Have a nice Scout Jamborre
    Best regards
  4. M3LDM

    M3LDM Ham Member QRZ Page

    wow 150 scouts that a good effort

    i got a contact in Germany and one in Verlencia - cant wait until next year, we got onto the local radio station. Will post a pic of the Car they came in later, the car was a people carrier with an antine on top, went up about 50ft,


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