Archive for the 'Morse Code' Category

KI7UP has been Busy.

Yazan: Norm Seeley | 26 March 2012 | 2 Comments
Categories: AMERICA, Arizona, Listening., Morse Code, Part of Ham Radio, Thoughts of KI7UP.

Even though I have not been bloging, there is a legit reason why I have not, I have been busy doing things with and for amateur radio. I have been active as the Public Information Coordinator for the ARRL in Arizona.  That I like and even though I’m not a “ARRL Trained P I C”, […]

What a Week.

Yazan: Norm Seeley | 01 April 2011 | No Comments
Categories: Amateur News, AMERICA, Arizona, Morse Code, PSK-31, Thoughts of KI7UP.

This last week to be honest was not the best for me. First, I physically didn’t feel that great.  And because of that I didn’t spend much time doing anything.  On the importance scale, taking care of my wife comes first, so I put my energy into that.  Leaving little time or energy for anything […]

Something New for KI7UP.

Yazan: Norm Seeley | 15 March 2011 | No Comments
Categories: Amateur News, Arizona, More Interest., Morse Code, Part of Ham Radio, Scottsdale Arizona, Thoughts of KI7UP.

Yesterday, 3-14-2011, I ventured on to an area of 40 meters that I had never been on before. I was just listening.  Let me go back a little.  Since I have had the ICOM 707 on loan form Tom Fagan, the ARRL Section Manager here in Arizona, and Terry Ryan, KE7GRV built and put up […]

Archives