Monday 4/15 at 7:00 PM
Norman P. Murray Center, 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo CA
This month we are delighted to welcome Joe Moell KØOV. He is a registered professional electronic engineer and an active Amateur Radio enthusiast since age 11.
Joe has over 45 years of experience designing radio-frequency circuits and systems for broadcast, communications, and radar, ranging from near-DC through microwave frequencies. He has designed new devices for radio direction finding and has written about RDF and other topics for almost every ham radio publication in the USA.
In February 1998, he was appointed by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) as the USA’s first ARDF Coordinator, to promote international-style foxhunting and to organize Team USA for international ARDF competitions. He also conducts the annual CQ Worldwide Foxhunting Weekend.
Joe has written hundreds of articles and columns on RDF, and as a Technical Advisor to ARRL Headquarters has authored a new chapter on RDF for The ARRL Handbook.
Ham Radio Examinations will be administered at 6:00 PM, prior to the start of our general meeting. Cost is $15/attempt. Pre-registration is not required and you don’t need to be a SOARA member to take the test.