Puget Sound HAM Repeaters

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Puget Sound Repeater map

Thanks to member Mark Bauserman for his diligent and thoughtful compilation of amateur radio repeaters in the Puget Sound area.

The Puget Sound HAM Repeater Maps book is available as a printable PDF file (11 pages, see link below) and consists of several maps and lists to help the ham trying to establish VHF or UHF communications in the region.  Especially valuable are the excellent repeater maps including Jefferson and Clallam Counties, Kitsap County, and northern Puget Sound.  A couple of linked repeater systems are also mapped out, covering the greater Puget Sound area and southwest Washington coast.

Mark gives credit to his sources including Repeaterbook.com, Puget Sound Energy Amateur Radio Group, BeachNet Repeater System, and the Mike and Key Amateur Radio Club.

We’d highly recommend that all members download a copy and print it out so it is available when the chips (and the Internet) are down.

Download your copy of the Puget Sound HAM Repeater Map book by clicking here. (v. 12-2-17, 11 pages)

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Cyber Security Presentation Jan. 28

do-not-track-the-latest-from-mozilla-bfKyWC-clipartThe Port Ludlow ARC, Digital Life Group and the Sheriff’s Foundation is sponsoring Cyber Security Part II January 28, 2017 and start promptly at 1 PM. The venue will be the Bay Club Auditorium in Port Ludlow. There is no fee to attend.

Our speaker Kevin Eckstrom, a Federal expert on Cyber Threats, Security and Mitigation will again be discussing security risks to individuals via the Internet and other exploit avenues. His suggested topics include;

  • Email Threats
  • Smart Phones (Blu Phones)
  • Internet of Things
  • Windows / Apple and Linux OS
  • How safe are we and what we can do to stay safe

We anticipate that there will be a large interest in this program and therefore pre-registration is required! Registration is availabe at www.n7pl.org.