We are currently working on the Winter 2022 issue of TAPR’s quarterly newsletter Packet Status Register (PSR) and invite contributors to submit articles to PSR’s editor by the February 9 deadline (via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org).
TAPR has 80m and 160m WSPR transmitter kits available. These are similar to the 10m/12m and 15m/17m WSPR transmitter kits in that the user solders the low pass filter components to the pcb. In addition, the user also solders the drain inductor for 80m and 160m transmitters. 80m and 160m WSPR Transmitter Kits.
HamSCI is now accepting abstracts for the 2022 HamSCI Workshop to be held in-person and virtually March 18-19, 2022 at The U.S. Space and Rocket Center Educators Training Facility in Huntsville, AL.
The papers from the 2021 40th ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) are now accessible here.
The Autumn 2021 issue of TAPR PSR is now available at www.tapr.org
TAPR received a $97,000 grant from Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC ) for the purpose of providing support for the TangerineSDR test fixtures.
Long-time keeper of the TAPR kit inventory, Joe Borovetz, WA5VMS, became a silent key in September after a short illness.
Scotty Cowling, WA2DFI, George Byrkit, K9TRV, and Dan Babcock, N4XWE win with 32.7%, 23.6%, and 23.4% of the vote each.
Tom Clark, K3IO (formerly W3IWI), became a silent key on September 28. Tom was one of TAPR’s founders and served as Executive Vice President (1987-1989) and Director (1983-1993) of our organization.
During DCC weekend, new TAPR officers were selected and new Directors nominated.