A Hawaii Amateur Radio Station with packet capability is needed for the Naval Academy Amateur Radio satellite-PSAT2.  ARRL Pacific Section Manager Joseph Speroni (AH0A) has the details.

Accessed on 23 April 2019, 1545 UTC, Post 947.

Source (via email):

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?tab=rm#label/ARRL+website/FMfcgxwCgLsZPlwwTmgkbNLgCBMGRnvf

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Apr 22, 2019, 9:22 PM (8 hours ago)

 to me
Hi all,

Dick Flagg (AH6NM), who has managed the Hawaii ARRIS gateway for ISS
Amateur Radio student contacts the past many years, received this email
from Bob Bruninga (WB4APR) looking for a packet radio station with
satellite experience.

The message has been sent thru multiple email lists since we first
passed it on to a few Oahu hams. Bob is looking for an Amateur with
knowledge of packet digital modes and experience with Amateur Radio
satellite communications.  Please read the information on the link
provided to get an understanding of the project. If you have dealt with
these technologies and are interested, Bob’s contact information is
provided on the psat2 page.

QUOTE
Dick, AH6NM,

Will Marchant gave me your name.

We are looking for a ham with AX.25 and packet radio TNC experience that
might be interested in acting as an occasional satellite ground station
for our Naval Academy satellite to launch next month.

We have a big hole in coverage over the pacific.  It is an exciting
satellite:

See:  http://aprs.org/psat2.html

If you know of someone let us know.  No special fancy software, just the
ability to type something into a TNC if needed.

Bob Bruninga,
WB4APR
UNQUOTE

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ARRL Pacific Section
Section Manager: Joseph Speroni, AH0A
ah0a@arrl.org
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Hawaii Island Amateur/Ham Radio News:

Doug Wilson (KH7DQ) is offering free Technician License Classes

on Hawaii Island.  Here are the remaining classes for the year:

23 May 2019 in Waimea (location TBA) and 17 October 2019

at the Keaau Community Center in Keaau, Hawaii Island.  For

details, contact Doug at douscellen@aol.com.


Hawaii Island radio amateurs/hams are encouraged to sign up

for the new ARRL EMCOMM course (EC-001).  Pacific Section

Emergency Coordinator (SEC) Clem Jung (KH7HO) will handle

student registration for the EC-001 course while the ARRL will

coordinate scheduling of the course.  To register, send an

email to Clem at kh7ho@arrl.net.


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Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

Public Information Coordinator

Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section

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