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Live Streaming of Amateur Radio Stations around Sandy

For those of you who are interested in Sandy from the Ham radio perspective and missed the information on the feed; here is the link to catch live transmissions referring to the conditions around Sandy;

http://www.dxzone.com/catalog/Internet_and_Radio/Live_streaming/

Cedars of Lebanon State Park

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Cedars of Lebanon State Park is located in the southwestern part of Wilson County within the Central Basin of Tennessee. During the early 1800's, many of the original settlers gained land ownership through land grants for their service during the Revolutionary War. They found the area to be a vast cedar forest. This forest (although it actually consists of juniper trees mistaken for cedars by the first arrivals) suggested to these pioneers the biblical name of the 'place of Cedars'. Lebanon is the closest town and was named by these early settlers due to this association. The park contains 900 acres which are used for intensive recreation. An additional 8,100 acres are operated by the Parks Division as a natural area and by the Forestry Division as a State Forest.

Using the Contact Form

Through personal contact forms users can send one another e-mail. And through site-wide contact forms, users can send e-mail to arbitrary email addresses, such as the site maintainers.

What the Hinternet?

For those of you who are familiar with digital techniques, you know that the Internet and amateur radio have a good “working relationship.” You may even know that you can send and receive digital data without the Internet via Ham radio. Did you know, however that amateur radio can replace the Internet? Anything you can presently do over the Internet whether sending messages, watching TV, streaming video, Web (http) and file transfer (ftp), chat rooms and forums, you can do with the Hinternet. The Hinternet, also known as High-Speed Multimedia Radio (HSMM), is the implementation of wireless data networks over amateur radio frequencies using commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware such as 802.11 access points and D-Star equipment. Licensed amateur radio operators may use amplifiers and specialized antennas to increase the power and coverage of the 802.11 signal.

Instruction for setting up your new SMRC account

As you are looking at the webpage, you will see a "User login" area on the left side of the page. Under the Username and Password fields, you will see a link that says: "Create a new account." Click that link with your left mouse button and you will be taken to the form to register your new account. Enter your first and last name in the Name field. User names or abbreviated names will not be approved for acess to the website so please enter in your real name. All the information you enter in this account page is private and will not be used in any way exept to supplement your profiles. Be sure to to click on the Location link at the top of the page. Again, this information is required here because google Maps requires any use of their service to not be utilized solely via registered content. By filling in the location information, a pin will be placed on our user map with your username.  For the username field, please enter your call sign in uppercase letters.  If you are not a licensed Ham, select a username of your choice.

Who Can do What on this Site?

First of all, we would like to thank you for checking into our new SMRC member's website. The content on this site is a little different than that of the public site, but the main difference is that this site is a community site. Instead of the web dude wearing out his little fingers, we enlist help from our editors, members and you. As you go through the content of this site, you will see you cannot access some content areas. Access to almost all content and navigation is based on your relationship with Short Mountain Repeater Club. 
 

New Member Website

The new SMRC member's website was rolled out on October 11, 2012. Please log on, fill out your profiles, and use the site so that we can locate any glitches before we open it up to wider use.

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SMRC's Mailing Address

Short Mountain Repeater Club
P.O. Box 330914
Murfreesboro, TN  37133

615-787-7672

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Repeater Trustee:

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2019 Officers 

President:  W4WRB (Randy Bee)

Vice President:  WA4IVD (Russell Bryant)

Secretary: KM4UIH (Jacob Slater)

Treasurer:  KM4UII (Dennis Slater)

 

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