About Jon Titus

Jon Titus received his first amateur-radio license as WN2KCZ in 1963. He returned to the ham world in the late 1970's and now holds an Amateur Extra class license, KZ1G. Jon has college degrees in chemistry and has worked in the electronics industry for many years

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Tech License Session Starts August 13

A 3-session ham-radio prep class for the Technician license starts on Thursday, July 30 and continues on August 6 and 13. Location: the YM room of the LDS EagleCrest Church Building, 14919 South Eagle Crest Drive, Draper, Utah, 84020. Classes run from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm each evening. The class prepares student to take the FCC Exam […]

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Antenna Builders Converge

At the Herriman Amateur Radio Club meeting on July 11, 2015, seven members chose to construct a “Dual-Band J-Pole” antenna for the 2m and 70 cm bands. Jeffrey Bail (NT1K) redrew the original plans and added the dimensions needed to build the antenna. HARC member Lloyd Taylor (K7PV) purchased the materials and members got to […]

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7QP Operation a Success

On Saturday May 2, 2015, HARC members set up transceivers north of Antimony, Utah for the annual Seven-Area QSO Party, usually called “7QP.” The location put us at the line between Garfield and Piute counties, so operators could “give” others credit for contacting someone in both. The HARC team–W7GEM (Gregg McArthur), KF7ZMF (Marlene McArthur), KZ7Q […]

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