Updated on Sun, 13/09/2020 - 11:22 am - Publish details of the next class.
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On 12 December Forrest Hill School launched a Teddybear and a science package attached to a weather balloon into the stratosphere. After reaching a height of 33.4 km the teddy and his payload returned to earth by parachute. North Shore Radio Club members assisted the project by providing the radio tracking and telemetry receiving systems.
This is the story of Teddy's mission.
This is our first video of this contest to be posted to the club site, I hope that this will lead the way to many more to follow.
73, Graham ZL1GMB
The club has an extensive archive of QST magazines. This page intends to document the contents of the magazines and the process of performing that documentation.
Amateur Radio Emergency Communications - The public service branch of amateur radio
In late 2018 the club caravan was stolen. Some radio equipment is still missing. You can help us out by keeping an eye open for the gear listed here.