The Indianapolis Radio Club October 1 The Indianapolis Radio Club is a general interest ham radio group that was founded in and has met continuously since. The meeting will be a business meeting and we will be voting on the club by-laws as well as discussing upcoming events and presentations.
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Joel : I'm not sure how many of you took note when the Indianapolis Police Dept got in trouble with the FCC for using the 2 meter band for "tactical" communication. For those that don't know about this, a local ham tape recorded a number of conversations where officers were using profanity to talk to each other and talking about how they might as well start heading over to someone's place because they will probably be calling in a domestic situation again, and other such things. The plus side of all this is the FCC did get involved. The downside is that they pretty much gave the officers a slap on the wrist and told the offending officers to remove the unlicensed radios from their squad cars if they had their ham tickets, they could keep them.
TALARC has created a "shack" in the national headquarters and their first contact and net occurred in December of Membership is free to members of The American Legion family. Reports will be made available via Legion media as progress is made on developing the station.
Unfortunately, the United States Grand Prix was only run from In we had a special guest in the shack. Those lucky hams also got their QSL cards signed by Mike.
And far from being replaced by the internet, amateur radio uses the world wide web to enhance its reach. Amateur radio enables people to make contact with other enthusiasts across town, around the world, make new friends, pass on news or simply spend time chatting. The romance of radio is still alive and well in the region thanks to the efforts of Geelong Radio and Electronics Society and its parent, Geelong Amateur Radio Club.
Therefore, sadly, we must now present this list on an unmaintained, "as is", basis. Also, and maybe more importantly, the main Autoscan Systems business website is about to move, and this page will no longer be accessible through the current or new Autoscan front pages. If you save a direct link to this page, you will still be able to access it for the foreseeable future. Thank you all for your wonderful support and patronage over the past 12 years!