I just dropped in three files to help folks operate this year’s Field Day. (See attachmets) Chances are good you are doing that from Home this year. That makes you either Class D – Home with commercial power (Seattle City Light) or Class E – Emergency Power – From a generator or your solar setup. You are probably using 1 transmitter – so your report in Field Day would be “ONE DELTA” or “ONE ECHO”. Check out the Field Day Rules here:
2020 Field Day Updates are posted at Club > Field Day
Posted June 11, 2020
ARRL Contest Program Issues Field Day 2020 FAQ
The ARRL Contest Program has released some Frequently Asked Questions related to the temporary rule waivers for Field Day. On May 28, the ARRL Programs and Services Committee (PSC) adopted these provisions only for the June 27 – 28, 2020, event: (1) Class D stations may work all other Field Day stations, including other Class D stations, for points, and (2) an aggregate club score will be published, which will be the sum of all individual entries that indicate a specific club. Contact the ARRL Contest Program with any questions related to Field Day 2020.
Q: Several of our club members are going to operate independently and wish to attribute their scores […]
Helping Public Health Leaders Track the Spread of Coronavirus
To slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), we need to learn more about it. That’s where you come in. SCAN is testing both healthy and sick people to understand how the virus is spreading in King County. The findings will help our partners, including Public Health – Seattle & King County, keep people informed and make the best possible, data-driven decisions to protect our community.
The impacts of the Coronavirus continue to affect our world, and the most severe impacts are down at the household level. As the situation continues on for the next few months, we can do something for those who need our help. There is an outpouring of love and inspiration to get through this and we now have a place where those offers can be matched with people who need support.
West Seattle Support for COVID-19 is a one stop website where people can ask for help and others can offer help. Resources can be offered and organizations can ask for items like gloves and games for kids in support of their service work.
It’s easy and on-line. The website has a language translation feature built in, and we have established a phone number for people without technology, we’ll take their call and enter the […]