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It is FUN when our vast resources catch the eyes and interest of the younger generations and older ones alike! 🙂
Here is a short E-mail we received recently:
Name: Mrs. Erin Kimball & daughter Corrine
I’m just reaching out to let the BackYard Repeater Group WBØYRG know your collection of amateur radio resources was a big help to my daughter Corrine and a ‘Famous Inventors and Inventions’ project she’s working on for her technology class.
Her teacher thought it would be fun for the class to learn about a new invention or technology each week that changed history.
The students are then required to write a short paper about what they learned, and how it impacted society.
It’s been fun for both of us!
Corrine’s teacher assigned a lesson on the telegraph, early radio, and Morse Code!
Your links page led us to some great websites to check out, so Corrine and I wanted to make sure we thanked you!!
I was also hoping you could add a suggestion from Corrine to your page?
She found this timeline of the telegraph that I loved.
It was neat to see how Morse Code and continuous wave changed the history of radio and communication.
This is it:
I’d love to show Corrine and her teacher! It’s always nice getting some recognition for a job well done, and perhaps Corrine will even get some extra credit?
Brownie points would be nice with the next round of report cards coming out soon!
I know life can be hectic though, so if not, whenever you get a chance to add it is great!
I really appreciate it!
73 (I just learned this!)
Mrs. Erin Kimball
Erin & Corrine,
From the BYRG World Headquarters editorial staff:
It is always great when can help youngsters expand their horizons via Ham Radio.
Of course, we will add the link to our page of links and other useful information.
We are glad you stopped by to browse the BYRG.net website.
FUN FACT: Did you know that morse code is the orignal “Digital Mode”?
Here are some GREAT links on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
submitted to us by Katie Miller.
Thanks for the input Katie, we really appreciate it!!!
Kansas City Area Ham Information Page
Larry’s List Information Page The SOURCE of Kansas City Ham Radio Info
How Morse Code Changed… How Morse Code and continuous wave changed the history of radio and communication.
Kansas City Area Ham Club Pages
JOHNSON COUNTY RADIO AMATEURS CLUB
KANSAS CITY DX CLUB
KAW VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
NORTHEAST KANSAS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
PILOT KNOB AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
SANTE FE TRAIL AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
ARARAT SHRINE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
BLUE SPRINGS AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
CLAY COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
HEART OF AMERICA RADIO CLUB
PLATTE COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO GROUP
RAYTOWN AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
SOUTHSIDE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
WARRENSBURG AREA AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
DMR Club Links
KØUSY Kansas DMR Network
Volnet DMR (Tennessee)
Bluegrass DMR – THE KENTUCKY HAM NETWORK
ChicagoLand Control Center – Home
Crossroads DMR – Bringing it all together….
Digital – DMR :: JOHNSON COUNTY RADIO AMATEURS CLUB, Inc.
Mt. Diablo ARC
DMR ECS (Florida)
DMR Ham Radio
DMR-MARC Network Registration
DMR-MARC The Motorola Amateur Radio Club
Home – Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Society, Inc
HOOSIER DMR HOME
K1TMM Radio – DMR Digital Radio | K1TMM Radio
MotoTRBO Radio Site Information | Rocky Mountain Ham Radio
Mountain West | The Mountain West Region’s Only Digital Leader
N2JTI NY-NJ-PA DMR
PRN | A Wide-Area Digital Amateur Radio Network
SC HEART Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Repeater System » SCHEART
WNC DMR Amateur Radio Group
WR3IRS – Interstate Repeater System
Central Ohio Digital Interconnect Group