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Although not a ham, Walt Mathers exemplified the ideals we strive for in public service and fascination with technology, how things work, and making old things work again. Walt was our initial contact with the NS Savannah and helped us … Continue reading
With deep sadness we report the passing of long-time friend and ATV enthusiast Tom W3RCJ. THOMAS FARRELL OBITUARY Mr. Thomas E. Farrell, transitioned from this life on March 5, 2023. Mr. Farrell was born on August 2, 1927.A viewing for … Continue reading
The 2022 holiday party will be at 7 pm at the Greene Turtle in Owings Mills, MD. Come celebrate the end of the year with your fellow hams! The nominees for 2023 are: President – N3GXHVP – vacantSecretary – K2GZLTreasurer … Continue reading
How many folks do you recognize? Some are Silent Keys while many have a lot less hair than in the hip 1970s. Thank you to Rick WA3USG.
BRATS Monthly business meetings are the second Monday of each month at 7:00 pm. Microsoft Teams meeting: Join on your computer or mobile app Click here to join the meeting Or call in (audio only)+1 703-660-4565,,186770830# United States, Arlington … Continue reading
With deep sadness we announce the recent passing of fellow Baltimore area radio amateur Chuck Nemec K3VPZ. He died from congestive heart failure. Chuck was a CW guy and loved working DX. First licensed in 1962, he accomplished much over … Continue reading
I am starting a free Technician Class course on Zoom beginning Thursday, September 9 and running for 7 sessions. Sessions will start at 6:30, and run 3 hours. No charge, of course. These are the classes sponsored by the National … Continue reading
With deep sadness we announce the passing of fellow radio amateur Joe Cotton W3TTT on July 31, 2021. An avid project builder, amateur radio enthusiast and mentor, he leaves behind many friends. We thank him for service to our club … Continue reading
Leon Neufeld N3LN, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Friday, April 23rd, 2021 at the age of 75. A long time, early BRATS member and connoisseur of area hamfests. He was active in HF, ATV, and 2-meters FM and was … Continue reading
The National Electronics Museum is sponsoring its well-received Operating Course again starting April 15, 2021 and running each Thursday for 11 weeks from 6:30 to 9:30 EDST on Zoom. There is no charge for participation. The purpose of these classes … Continue reading