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FLDIGI- Tutorials Videos

  This FLDIGI video series is a GREAT RESOURCE! Thank you, K4REF for putting these together!

NBEMS/FLDIGI Sound Card Calibration

This article was written by Jeffrey Kopcak and originally posted at JeffreyKopcak.com.   For a number of years, I …

Podcast to FLDIGI using Virtual Audio Cable [video]

This great video demonstrates how to setup and configure Virtual Audio Cable (VAC).  VAC is then used to interface …

FLDIGI – Send and Receive Images

New training opportunity!  Send and receive images using fldigi. Tips: – Open your fldigi program and click mouse at …

Fldigi Tutorial

Are you looking for more information on digital communications?  Check out this fldigi tutorial.  It is a really clear …

New FLDIGI and FLMSG updates available

It’s a good idea to keep these updated.  Thanks [code name] Major Payne, for the heads-up! sourceforge.net/projects/fldigi/files

Initiating Station Invitation (T-REX 22)

INITIATING STATION INVITATION (T-REX 2022)   We are now taking volunteers for ‘Initiating Stations’   Deadline for responses:  End of the day, Wednesday, July 5th, 2022   Dates for T-REX 2022:  Fri-Sun  September 9th, 10, and 11th   Initiating Station:  Initiates ‘preloaded’ radio traffic at specific times and dates during the exercise to enhance the scenario, exercise flow, and timeline. Preloaded traffic is issued to the volunteer Initiating Stations approximately two weeks prior to the start of the exercise. Preloaded traffic (called ‘Injects’) may be transmitted in the form of a SITREP (Situation Report), welfare traffic or request for assistance using an AmRRON Blank form, etc, depending on numerous variables identified by the exercise planning team. Initiating stations may be issued one or more injects depending on the scenario and the stations geographical location or HF capabilities. Each ‘Inject’ will be issued (approximately two weeks in advance) with instructions and guidance, and help will be available to ensure you are as prepared as can be prior to the ‘grid down’ exercise. …

AAR Results — AmRRON Mobile Trainex 2022

A VERY special ‘Thank You’ goes to Romeo Mike-08, who was the developer and organizer for this mobile training …

AMRMTX 2022 (Upcoming Exercise) Tips and Pointers

If you have read the Mobile Training Exercise 2022 – OPORDER, (either on the website, or received over the …

AmRRON Mobile Training Exercise – May 2022

Get ready!  The AMRMRX 22 is a fun exercise involving fixed-site ‘Command’ stations and field mobile ‘Reporting’ stations, requiring the …

Russia and NATO: What to do if we go ‘grid down’ at home?

As of this writing, we are at AmCON-2.  There is a heightened risk of cyber attacks against critical infrastructure …

How To Receive Net Traffic and NWOTW if Not an HF Station

Recent events in Kazakhstan in the last ten days has highlighted the importance of backup, emergency communications, where reports …

AmRRON CW Nets — Second Net Tips and Format

Next CW net will be this Tuesday evening (which is Wednesday at 0200 Zulu Time). Have you been practicing …

AmRRON Morse Net Coming Back!

Amrron ‘Morse Net’ is Back!   Thank you to all of you who responded to the AmRRON Mobile Team App survey asking about your interest in a CW Morse Code net.  The results of that survey  are posted below.   We’ll start off with the Morse Nets taking place (generally) every other Tuesday,  usually on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month, in between the National Net weeks.   Also, thank you to [code names] Wingnut and Hotel-04 for your willingness to help  bring life back into the AmRRON Morse nets as Net Control Station (NCS) operators!   Beginning Tuesday evening, April …

AmRRON 2020 Part 2

What’s new for AmRRON in 2020? This video is Part 2 of a series to help new radio operators …

Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR) #001

Covid-19 PIRs have been issued.  The following PIR is the text portion of the AmRRON Custom Form (.k2s file) …