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Change of meeting venue back to the NEW Chermside Library
Due to popular demand, the QDG meetings are moving to the new Chermside Library for the April 2017 meeting.
This means I will be looking for members to share picking up the access card and a supper person for each month.
The QDG is booked in for the following 2017 dates:-
QDG meeting dates 2018:-
7 pm to 11 pm on all occasions
QDG meeting dates 2018
Alan Simpson memorial home brew competition
The award is open to QDG members.
Alan VK4AAE was one of the founding QDG members; he always strived to do his best in any endeavour.
This competition is to be judged by members present at the August QDG general meeting each year.
The best quality, most well built or most innovative radio related home built project you have personally assembled will be judged by members present at the meeting.
Your project may consist of hardware, software or firmware and could be anything from lines of computer code to an antenna tower or your very own fully functional TARDIS.
The first, second and third place winners will receive a certificate to frame and put on your shack wall.
Friday March 14 2008 saw four people turn up to the last QDG Inc.
Alan VK4YAR presented the books for 2007 and 2008 and we formally closed QDG Inc.
Those present decided to form a new informal club called Queensland Digital Group to take the form of a
technical amateur radio club for both digital and non digital modes. Initially this will not a formal
group with officers. Alan VK4YAR / VK4NA is the contact person.
The QDG web site with pages for other clubs, Digipeat email newsletter and Jota activities will continue.
As of May 13 2015 the QDG has 65 members.
Brisbane Area WICEN has taken over the Queensland Digital Group packet and voice
QDG members are encouraged to join Brisbane area WICEN to help keep
the networks going.
QDG and packet History
First digipeaters were operational
at Black Mountain and Mt Kanigan in 1982
B4AB (site now known as VK4RZC) Maleny first licensed in 1984/5
B4AC (site now known as VK4RZB) Mt Cootha first licensed in 1987
QDG was incorporated for more than 30 years.
IRLP Node 6964 VK4BWI
Linked voice repeaters now IRLP node 6964
to Radio Interface
has been assembling the kits.
You can now order a kit at Aus $55.00 pick up, add $10.00 packing and posting for delivery.
Cables and connectors can be supplied at an additional cost.
Prices as at April 2008, please check on Richard's web site.
For up to date information please visit Richard's web site.
Unless otherwise noted, QDG group general meetings are held on the third Friday of the month at the Redcliffe Club rooms.
The club is located at MacFarlane Park in Klingner Rd, Kippa Ring.(UBD Map 91 Ref G 1)
Please see Digipeat for more information.
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