Hands Free Lights for HAM, pilots, drivers, computer operators and others.
U.S. Patent No.7,165,859 Radio Lights. Finally an easy to use US patented hands free light source. Radio Lights can be used by Ham radio operators, pilots, drivers, policemen, investigators, and many other situations that need an easy, quick and simple way of seeing in the dark.
The officers of the Nashville Amateur Radio Club would like to wish you a very Happy Holiday Season. As we go though this time of year we hope it brings peace and happiness to you and your families and may the New Year bring prosperity in all you do.
Amateur Radio in Space: NASA Now Accepting Applications for Hosting a Real-Time Conversation with ISS Crewmembers
Read by:MARTHA KJ4RIQ
NASA is now accepting proposals from US schools, museums, science centers and community youth organizations — individually or working together — to host an Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact between May 1, 2013 and November 1, 2013. To maximize these radio contact opportunities, NASA is looking for organizations that will draw large numbers of participants and integrate the contact into a well-developed education plan. Radio contacts are approximately 10 minutes in length. ARISS contacts are supported by the program’s US partners — the ARRL and AMSAT — and their member volunteers, as well as other international space agencies and Amateur Radio partners. Proposals are due January 28, 2013.
Interested parties can visit the ARRL website or the NASA Teaching From Space website for information about proposal requirements and how to submit a proposal, as well as links to audio and videos of archived contacts. Five information sessions are also available for groups who are considering submitting an ARISS proposal. Access to the Internet and a telephone line are required to connect to a session. Information on how to sign up for these sessions is available on the ARRL and NASA websites.