Amateur and Ham Radio Meetup Groups

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Use your brain again! We are a hacker space located in Washington, DC. HacDC members improve the world by creatively rethinking technology. We break, build, and occasionally abuse technology in the pursuit of greater knowledge about how it works and

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We're a Hackerspace in Oslo – We do wearables, mechanics, electronics, fabrication, automatisation, creative recycling, socioeconomix, telecomix, 2600 style chipmonk, filtering, bass waves, heavy metal works, language wars, high voltage, cipherpunk,­

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What is Land Ops? Land Ops in an off road navigation and radio communication group. Meetup membership is free. You may attend level-0 events freely after becoming a member of this site. We go on both short scouting trips as well as conduct sophisti

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Get together with other hackers and engineers to share experiences and tips for getting the most out of the Raspberry Pi. We'll also post and promote Raspberry Pi-related events by others.

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The Makers Alliance is Cleveland's Hackerspace. We exist to bring hands-on technology and art to members and the general public, through workshops, talks, and shop space. We are a collective of hobbyists, hackers, engineers, and students that desire

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A community of Concerned Citizens interested in sharpening their Survival Skills while we research, prepare, acquire, cultivate and Homestead a property to secure our future.  It does not happen all at once, but one step at a time. This group knows n

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Ventura Skills, Training & Emergency Planning Network Are you interested in the art of self-reliance and being prepared for Southern California's common disaster scenarios, such as fires and earthquakes?  If so, check us out! We learn from each other

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Steppers
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We are a diverse group that believes in being prepared: • starting with the most likely events then progressing to higher impact/lower  probability events •  encouraging and enabling interested individuals to learn, become more skilled, more prepare

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The Hurst Amateur Radio Club started as the Citizen Communications Club in 1966 with a focus on CB Radio. Since then, amateur radio has replaced CB radio, but the focus is still the same - communications and community service. The objectives of the c

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We're HOSARC, Hall Of Science Amateur Radio Club, an amateur radio club based out of the NY Hall of Science in Queens, NY.  Checkout www.hosarc.org , you're invited to check us out there for more information regarding our repeaters and activities. We

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July 28, 2014
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A group of families, friends and individuals who will help one another to gather, communicate, and forward communications in crisis or full-blown emergencies, both over the Internet and via radio , when normal news sources are unavailable. The goal i

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Netizens
July 24, 2014

To promote amateur radio in the Santa Ynez Valley through meetings and training sessions.

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Hams
July 14, 2014
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This is a group for women in the Will County, IL area who work (or want to work) in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Our goals are: • Provide a welcoming and supportive environment where women can ask technical questio

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Members
May 23, 2014

Synergy Space is a collaborative platform which paves the way for civil society to access space exploration and the development of Space. Team Synergy Moon is one of 18 teams competing in the Google Lunar X PRIZE and we invite you to join us on our m

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Mission Crew
May 21, 2014

This group is to learn about and perform Auxiliary and Emergency Communications using Amateur (Ham) Radio, Multipurpose Users Radio System (MURS), General Mobile Radio System (GMRS), Family Radio System (FRS) and will incorporate members from various

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April 30, 2014

The North Ottawa Amateur Radio Club (NOARC) has been active in the Tri-Cities region since the 1950s, providing a meeting place for local hams to share their experiences, and serving our community with communications services during public events.

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April 20, 2014

We are a diverse group that believes in being prepared: • starting with the most likely events then progressing to higher impact/lower  probability events •  encouraging and enabling interested individuals to learn, become more skilled, more prepare

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Members
April 9, 2014

This group has been created to bring together local ham radio operators, without the politics of a club. This is a very casual group, designed to share the interest of ham radio, including helping each other with ham related questions, projects, etc.

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March 22, 2014

Radio enthusiasts both licensed and unlicensed are welcome to join this group. This is an extension of the Northern Alberta Radio Club's online presence: NARC meetings are the third Wednesday of every month (with a few exceptions, specifically the mo

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March 19, 2014

With the advent of the CubeSat, the cost of building and launching satellites has come down by a factor of 1,000, enough to be within the reach of small groups. This is a repeat of the PC phenomena in the 1970's and the Internet in the 1990's: a low

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