Akademisk Radioklubb

LA1K / LA1ARK / LA1UKA

ARK is recruiting new members!

Do you want to talk to people all over the world through two-way radio, or perhaps build the radios and antennas that enable other people to do the talking? Do you love electronics and building your own radios? If you don’t, do you want to learn how to do that?

Each semester we look for new members to join our club, to work together with us on learning more about amateur radio.

This semester we have a unique opportunity – due to a change in the amateur radio regulations it is now possible to operate a club station without a personal license (as long as there is a licensed operator present). Therefore we would like to invite you to come and see if this might be something for you! If this sounds interesting, get in touch with us at styret@la1k.no to schedule an appointment.

If you already know that you want to apply, feel free to leave your application on our “Become a Member” site.

Extracting the antenna pattern from a beacon signal, pt. IV: Probabilistic approach

We’ve through a series of blog posts (Extracting the antenna pattern from a beacon signal, pt. I: Initial investigations using [… Read more]

Extracting the antenna pattern from a beacon signal, pt. III: Frequency analysis and code

In a couple of blog posts (Extracting the antenna pattern from a beacon signal, pt. I: Initial investigations using autocorrelation, [… Read more]

Fixing LA1K’s 2 m EME setup pt. 2: The great noise hunt

After working through the steps in the last installment, we were eager to try and make a QSO on 2 [… Read more]

Fixing LA1Ks 2 m EME setup pt. 1: How we (re-)made the phasing harness

Previously we wrote about the woes of being a northern amateur, and how the phasing harness for our 2 m [… Read more]

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