We had a good turnout for the November FRC General Meeting. After the members elected the 2019 Board, Rich Belansky gave an interesting talk on the theme of “Radio Science.”
Rich talked about his interest in the aspects of radio that lend themselves to collecting data. He touched on propagation, including its measurement using WSPRnet, showed us a study he did of WWV 10 MHz signal strength as a function of time-of-day, and gave us an overview of how Software Defined Radio works.
Eight of us met for a pre-meeting dinner at the Black Bear Diner.