Monthly Archives: October 2022

LTSpice GUI Help Needed

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UPDATE: I have secured help on this item. Thank you. ——- My dear amateur radio friends and compatriots: I could really use some help with an article that I am writing for publication in ARRL’s QEX magazine. The article documents a computer simulation fuse model together with its characterization protocol. You can read its abstract here. I have already solve… Read more »

Help Writing an Excel VBA Script

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UPDATE: I have satisfied this need. I NEED HELP Greetings to my dear amateur radio aficionados and other friendly geeks with too much time on their hands. 🙂 I have written a paper for submission to the ARRL QEX magazine describing a fuse model and characterization protocol for conserved computer simulation (i.e. Saber, Ansys Simplorer, LTSpice, etc.). It is nearly… Read more »

Chelsea Amateurs Present to the Cub Scouts

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On October 15 of 2022, the Chelsea Amateur Radio Club (CARC) gave a presentation to the Dexter Cub Scout Pack 477. The event started with a brief explanation by CARC President James Grissom (WD8RFW) of the fundamental concepts of amateur radio and how it serves the community. As part of Jim’s presentation, he explained how amateurs use phonetics to facilitate… Read more »

Chelsea ARC and Cub Scouts Pack 477

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The Chelsea Amateur Radio Club will be giving a ham radio presentation to the Dexter Cub Scouts, Pack 477, on Saturday, October 15th at Hudson Mills Metropark on North Territorial Rd near Huron River Drive.  At roughly 2 PM, we will explain ham radio to the Cubs and how they can get an Amateur Radio Operator’s license. Part of our presentation… Read more »