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  • An Evening with Bob Heil (K9EID)
    19/00 -21/00
    June 14, 2021

    Ham Radio Network is pleased to announce An Evening with Bob Heil (K9EID)
    https://heilsound.com/
    Bob Heil is a well-respected person in the audio industry having created Heil Sound in 1966 and created touring sound systems for bands such as The Who and Grateful Dead.
    Heil Sound is the only manufacturer in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.
    Bob has used his skills to become an innovator within amateur radio and continues to work on improving audio transmit and receive for amateurs across the globe.
    Heil Sound is the only high-performance microphone manufacturer for amateur radio. Period.
    Access to the Zoom online meeting:
    https://zoom.us/j/5249312563
    Zoom ID: 524 931 2563
    ***The time below is in British Summer Time Hours***
    The room opens at 1900 hrs British Summer Time (1800 UTC) for a 1930 (1830 UTC) Start
    For more details: www.hrn.world
    Also, why not add yourself to https://www.facebook.com/groups/517224945921950
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  • An Evening with David Perry (G4YVM) of Bantenna.co.uk
    19/00 -21/00
    June 28, 2021

    Ham Radio Network is pleased to announce An Evening with David Perry (G4YVM) of Bantenna.co.uk
    A novel design invented by G4YVM and based on a design developed by him and his now sadly SK friend Jim, G4NWJ.
    The Bantenna Sleeve is a wire antenna capable of handling 100w or more all day long sewn into a nylon cloth sleeve which you slide over a 7m glass fibre fishing pole. No radials, no ground wires, nothing. Low SWR (usually within 3:3 but some bands do show 4:1) on ALL amateur bands.
    It will get you out on all amateur bands 160m to 10m and it looks like a banner, not an antenna!
    Access to the Zoom online meeting:
    https://zoom.us/j/5249312563
    Zoom ID: 524 931 2563
    ***The time below is in British Summer Time Hours***
    The room opens at 1900 hrs British Summer Time (1800 UTC) for a 1930 (1830 UTC) Start
    For more details: www.hrn.world
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