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This week Steve G0KYA joins us live to take a fresh look at his well known End Fed Half Wave Antenna.
 
Steves will look at the theory before looking at both monoband and multiband versions, including how to build your own for bands from 80m to 10m. 
If you have ever wanted a low cost easy to make and set up antenna for HF, the End Fed Half Wave is a wonderful project - we will also be including a handout to support Steves talk with next weeks newsletter.
 
As well as this antenna talk we will have your news, views and pics as well as a new 'What on Earth is this..' competition.

 

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Tammy M0TC and David G7URP

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**NB - Steves comprehensive handout on his End Fed Half Wave antenna project is attached to this newsletter as a preview for Wednesdays Main Event so that you can prepare any questions..

 

Join us Live at 19.30 either on

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or Facebook Live:

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August 3: NARC Live online featuring Eric Schwartz WA6HHQ - the man behind Elecraft

August 17: NARC Live online featuring ‘The use of RIBs on Expeditions’ with Hal W8HC

August 31: NARC Live online featuring talk on Ham Radio Deluxe

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August 10: Meeting at CNS School - social plus informal round table discussion (subject suggestions welcome!)

August 24: Meeting at CNS School - social plus informal round table discussion (subject suggestions welcome!)

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 CLUB MEETINGS - NARC Live!

During the current Covid-19 pandemic when the club cannot physically meet, the club now broadcasts its own magazine show NARC Live! every Wednesday with news, features and guests.
It is streamed online live from 19.30 BST at the following places:

• Facebook Live:
www.facebook.com/norfolkamateurradioclub/

• BATC Streaming service:
www.batc.org.uk/live/NARC

The club meets virtually every Wednesday throughout the year in the sixth form centre of the City of Norwich School, Eaton Road, Norwich, NR4 6PP from 1900-2130.

We welcome anyone of any age, gender or ability and who enjoys experimenting with radio and electronics to come and meet us and see what we do in our hobby.

Please see above ONLINE tab for details of the club programme and below this piece for contacts of club official.

WATCHING PREVIOUS NARC LIVE's...

If you missed a NARC Live we now we record most shows in the studio and upload them to Youtube within 2 days. So you can watch almost any previous recorded NARC Live show by going to YouTube, searching for "Norfolk ARC", click on Videos and choose the programme you want to watch. https://www.youtube.com/c/norfolkamateurradio/videos