Do you need help putting up an antenna, or maybe soldering a PL259 connector and it can’t be solved by an Elmer at a club meeting? Some projects are larger than your skill set and requires someone’s help. We have a few options you can try.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and explain what you’are trying to solve. SLSRC will try and accommodate your request but please keep your requests to one per calendar year.
- Check into the SLSRC weekly net every Tue at 7:30pm on the 146.85 – (141.3) repeater. After general announcements and short-time check-in’s there is a comment period where general help for projects can be requested.
- Post your project on the STL Hams Facebook page. We have a very active community of hams that can help out.
- Seek help out on different ham radio related forums on the internet and use the opportunity to learn a new skill-set. There are many great hams looking to help others learning.
Note : SLSRC reserves the right to not forward your request due to not enough information or repetitive requests in one calendar year.