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ARRL WTX Section Roundtable

Hello Everyone,


Well, it certainly wasn't hard to find a topic to discuss in both the ARES/RACES Session and our regular session this week.  Starting Monday a large number of Central and West Texas folks caught the brunt of a major ice storm.  


Our topic of discussion is regarding any emergency you faced at home or in your community.  Did you provide assistance to anyone, personal or agency.


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73,


dale

W5WI

WTX Section Manager

Winlink Tuesday Net

Tuesday -  Feb 7, 14, 21, 28 Winlink Tuesday Net. This net runs for 24 hours each Tuesday. Click on the Emergency Coordination Tab to find the information about the net. Participation is open to all Winlink 2000 users.

D-Star Picture Net

Wednesday - Feb 8, 15, 22 at 2000 (MT)- D-Star Picture Net on REF055D.  See the D-Star Tab on this website for more information on the D-Star Picture Net.

  New Mexico TechFest

Saturday - March 18, 2023   

Rocky Mountain Ham Radio - New Mexico (RMHAM) is pleased to announce its ninth annual New Mexico TechFest, an ARRL-sanctioned operating specialty event, on   Saturday, March 18, 2023.  TechFest features a day of quality presentations, posterboards and demonstrations provided by some of New Mexico and Colorado’s (and beyond!) leading technical hams on a variety of emerging and relevant topics within amateur radio.  Its purpose is to facilitate the sharing of technical knowledge and collaboration within the amateur radio community, and to encourage the discussion of new ideas with one another. 


This year’s New Mexico TechFest will be a hybrid event: Both in-person and, for those unable to attend physically, online via Zoom. We are excited to announce our new venue: UNM Continuing Education Conference Center (1634 University Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102)


TechFest is open to all interested hams.  Admission is $15 (proceeds will offset event related expenses detailed on the event website).  Online registration will open on February 5 when the event’s lineup of presentations, posterboards and demonstrations is announced.  Presentation-related prizes will be drawn throughout the event. Coffee, water, and light snacks will be available for in-person attendees.  An optional, catered lunch will be provided to in-person attendees who purchase one.