Early Pictures from the 2022 Berryville Hamfest

It was perfect weather and a great crowd — over 1200 attendees and just under 200 tailgaters — plus all the indoor and pavilion vendors. Here are some preliminary photos from John WD4GEK: https://jacjr.smugmug.com/Berryville-Hamfest-2022/n-b5F6xL.

And these captured a nice moment in the visit to the Hamfest from Dr. Jim Boehner N2ZZ, ARRL’s Roanoke Division Director, when he presented an award to Ross KE4BCN with John N4MM and Carl NX3A:

New ARRL Radio Lab Will Inspire Your Ham Shack!

Posted courtesy of ARRL [http://www.arrl.org/news/new-arrl-radio-lab-inspires-innovation-in-the-ham-shack ]

Introducing the brand new ARRL Radio Laboratory, W1HQ! Join Jherica Goodgame, KI5HTA, as she walks you through everything there is to know about this newest edition to ARRL Headquarters.

The ARRL Radio Lab is an innovative test space designed to reshape the way we imagine and build a ham radio shack. From a decluttered workspace and a digital user interface to be able to remote into the station from anywhere, W1HQ is a step toward the future of amateur radio. Produced by Alex Norstrom, KC1RMO

Antennas being used for W1HQ:

JK Antennas XR5-JK, Multiband Yagi for 10, 12, 15, 17 & 20 meters

Cushcraft A50-5S, 6-meter Yagi Verticals

•Guy wires: Phillystran 2 meters, 70 centimeters, 23 centimeters

•Rotator: M2 Antenna Systems OR2800 Series Azimuth Rotator

Tower:

•Rohn 55G Series Guyed Tower, 40-feet

Equipment being used inside of W1HQ:

Elecraft K4 Transceiver FlexRadio

Flex-6400 Signature Series SDR Transceiver

FlexRadio Power Genius XL amplifier

Icom IC-9700 HF/VHF/UHF Transceiver

•Green Heron Engineering LLC Rotator Controller, RT-21

•Green Heron Engineering LLC Rotator Controller Az/El, RT-21azel

•Raspberry Pi 400 Personal Computer Kit

Ham Gear For Sale-updated list

SVARC Club member Duane Martin KK4BZ has been helping Mike Jessop WB3JVD and his wife Maggie prepare Mike’s amateur radio gear for sale. The Jessops are downsizing and dealing with health issues. Duane has meticulously cataloged the gear and taken pictures of each piece. We’ve uploaded the list and numbered pictures to a Google Docs folder which can be found if you CLICK HERE. If you want to buy anything, please contact Duane KK4BZ (martindh@iname.com). Anything not sold by this weekend will be taken to the Berryville Hamfest SVARC Club table.

We’re showing the list below and you can CLICK HERE to find the list of pictures of each item: