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Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania

The Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania's objects and purposes include: * for the association of persons interested in and for the encouragement and development of radio communication and electronics in all its modes; * to encourage, assist and educate all persons interested in all aspects of amateur radio and allied techniques with special reference to licensed radio amateurs and to promote the extension of interest and participation in such pursuits; * participation in activities using radio communication equipment and techniques within the terms of amateur licensing as amended from time to time; Members of the club come from all walks of life and we meet to share a common interest in experimental radio communications and electronic experimentation.
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania2 weeks ago
With many of our regulars away for the WIA AGM Next week, We're going to have the night off Next Wednesday, May 17th. The Wednesday Evening Experimenters Group will return on May 24th! We'll see you then!
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania added 2 new photos.3 weeks ago
A bit of vintage computing history appears up at the clubrooms this week with an Apple IIe and an Dick Smith Super 80 Microcomputer complete with assembly manual and user guide!
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania1 month ago
VK7TW attempts to make contact with the ISS last night at the Reast Clubrooms. GPredict and a pair of FT-817ND radios were the choice of duplex operation for the evening.
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania
Radio and Electronics Association of Southern Tasmania1 month ago
Not all SHF Communications have to use a satellite dish! REAST's SHF expert Rex VK7MO has built a 70 element yagi for 10GHz. This is quite an accomplishment given the small, precise measurements involved.
Rex has already successfully received the QRA-D DL0SHF beacon from the moon with results between -28dB to -25dB!
(photo supplied by Ben VK7BEN)