About

MendoRadio is an informal group of Northern California ham radio enthusiasts sharing information and knowledge about radio-related technologies.

We welcome all local hams to contribute to this site and become involved.

At the top of the page, click on:

  • The Home icon to see all current postings.
  • The Links tab to see links to useful related websites.
  • The Poll tab to take the current survey.
  • The Hams tab provides links to other personal ham blogs.

Other notes:

  • You do not need an account to view these pages, but if you want to post comments or add articles, you will need an account.
  • The Categories box on the right side shows postings on different topics. Click to see just articles for a topic.
  • At the bottom of each page you can view and post comments.
  • If you want to add articles create a WordPress.com account (if you post comments, then you already have an account), and let us know. We’ll add you as a contributor (enter a new article) then we can upgrade you to author (allows you to publish it directly, without review.)
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  1. Nick KI6RIT
    2010/08/21 at 10:34 AM

    Hey!

  2. alan
    2010/08/21 at 6:47 PM

    Carl,
    nice presentation today!
    alan
    n6vud

  3. John McEwen
    2010/08/21 at 7:22 PM

    I met you guys at the WARS presentations of APRS, flex radio,webdesign. I would like to see how this site grows. John

  4. Len
    2010/08/21 at 11:22 PM

    Carl, Alan, and George,

    THANKS for your presentations today. It was really nice to have all of you there to inform the ham comunity of new things and to assist them in learning more things.

    Again, thanks

    Len WA6KLK
    President WARS 2010

  5. Teo
    2012/02/05 at 8:24 AM

    Carl, Thanks fot the Contact on 40m BPSK31.
    I enjoyed the conversation on the waterfall very much.

    As I told you in the QSO, I want to show you your bright light line on my waterfall but I can not find your email address in QRZ.com….

    de Teo JH2DBQ

  6. Kelli
    2013/02/16 at 3:30 PM

    Recently we were told that a radio transmitter, somewhere on our property as well as our vehicle was able to be heard by people in our town of Fort Bragg, and even out of town in Ukiah- I definitely didn’t say that I wanted this installed in my home or vehicle and would like to know what type(s) of equipment that I can use to detect “my channel.” It is possibly just something simple from radio shack, or a homemade device, by someone trying to set me up, I am in real estate and have also a custody dispute from my ex going on so who knows. Please call me at 707-357-5712 anytime to discuss. I’d also be open to hosting a “hunt” here in Ft. Bragg this Spring if anyone’s interested, thanks!

  7. 2013/05/08 at 4:20 PM

    I created an account for myself in WordPress as I hope to be able to post info on upcoming events where I need operators or where others can see where they might like to participate. Is that cool?

    For instance, I need more operators for rest stops and SAG duties for the Mendo Monster (6/9) and the Boonville Bite Hard (6/29). These events have links themselves where HAMs can get additional info right from the organizers’ I’m just trying to organize the comms and transportation.

    thanks
    ~marcella

  8. 2013/05/09 at 7:16 PM

    Ok, you’re now added as a MendoRadio author. Welcome aboard, and you have the power now to post directly to the site. Thanks for helping to keep MendoRadio relevant!

  9. 2014/01/20 at 1:25 PM

    Joyce, I added your meeting announcement to the main page. I’ll contact you via email.

    -Carl

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