Well sort of........
Thanks to Larry N8OWS we have a redisgned logo that be manipulated to increase it's size to fit many projects.
An issue we found with the older logo was that if we wanted to make it larger for a project, such as a banner, when you increased it's size it became very fuzzy.
Larry was able to find a graphic person that was able to re-draw for us.
Thank you Larry (N8OWS)
This is Daniel Kochanowicz, NØREY. I want to take a second to say "Welcome!" and "Thank you!" for entering our biggest giveaway to date! Over $4000.00 worth of products to be given away to one lucky person!
We've had an awesome 2018 and we want to give back to the amateur radio community. Our goal with this giveaway is to create awareness of the 1.25m band. We want every Amateur Radio Club to put up a 220 MHz system. It's an awesome area of the spectrum.
As you all know we often use Rich's (KD8KBO) Garage, that we have named the Cement Tent for field day events throughout the year.
Lighting in the tent has been, well to say a little dim at times, due to the older fixtures that are in the tent.
Ham Radio enthusiasts can meet and mingle with colleagues from the region, sample the latest Amateur Radio gear, and get their technical questions answered by DX Engineering’s team of experienced operators. Warm up with free doughnuts and coffee while attending two mini-seminars:
*Technical Support Specialist Ken Dorsey, KA8OAD, presents Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) at 10 am
*Operations Manager Cory Gibson, W3CDG, presents Emergency Communications at 10:45 am
Other highlights include:
*Special discounts on open-box Amateur Radio equipment
*Hands-on demos of new products
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