Two weeks ago Evan Dellor, one of the biology lab staff in Los Altos took both his Tech and General class exams - He passed both with 100% ! If you hear KM6FCT on the air, make sure to congratulate him on his accomplishment.
Today we were granted the vanity call sign 'KG6JF' for the Jupiter Research Foundation Amateur Radio Club based in Los Altos California. this compliments our Hawaii club's call of 'KH6JF'
On Saturday, Bruce Kamolnick, KK6YQS, passed his General Class exam. This follows his Technician Class grant by a mere two weeks! As a result of diligent study and serious commitment, Bruce can now operate on all the HF bands and plans to set up a station at his Santa Cruz QTH.
We expect to see his call in the log of our upcoming HF Voyager project.
Over the weekend, three members of JRFARC California earned new licenses.
- Heike Schmidt, one of the staff scientists at Jupiter Research Foundation passed her Technician Class test and received the call sign KK6YQQ.
- Bruce Kamolnick, the Jupiter Research Foundation CFO also passed his technician Class test and was granted KK6YQS.
- Kurt Kiesow successfully upgraded his General Class license to an Extra Class ticket. He chose to keep his previous call sign KF6QNC.
JRFARC congratulates them on their accomplishments!
This week Murray Taylor, one of Jupiter Research Foundation's staff members in Hawaii passed his Technician class examination. He was subsequently granted the call sign 'WH6EYF'. If you find yourself on the Gold Coast of the Big Island, make sure you give Murray a call on the club repeater.
Today we received notification from the FCC that our club station application for our California based members was accepted and granted the call sign 'KK6VRA'. Kurt Kiesow, KF6QNC is the club trustee.
Today we received notice that JRFARC Hawaii received the new vanity call 'KH6JF'.