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N1H Special Event May 2015

W3ATB, Tim Carter, shares the special amateur radio event honoring the Old Man of the Mountains May 3, 2003 collapse at Cannon Mountain.

D-STAR Repeater Install Steele Hill, NH Video 2 of 2

Mark Persson, W1DDI and Jim Cluett, W1PID go over final details before turning on the D-STAR repeater. http://cnharc.org/repeaters/145270/ Video shot by Tim Carter, W3ATB - http://www.w3atb.com

D-STAR Repeater Install Steele Hill, NH Video 1 of 2

Mark Persson, W1DDI and Jim Cluett, W1PID go over final details before turning on the D-STAR repeater. http://cnharc.org/repeaters/145270/ Video shot by Tim Carter, W3ATB - http://www.w3atb.com

Mt Washington 2013 Hillclimb Bike Race Radio Team

Tim Carter, W3ATB, provides a brief description of the Hillclimb Bicycle Race and then interviews other radio operators up on the windy haunches of Mt. Washington! http://www.cnharc.org and http://www.w3atb.com for more detailed information about ham radio and how it can help you and your community! Mt. Washington Hillclimb 2013 Mt. Washington Hill Climb 2013 Mt. Washington Bike Race Mt. Washington and ham radio ham radio and mt. washington central new hampshire amateur radio club cnharc w3atb tim carter

Newtons Revenge 2013

http://www.cnharc.org members and other amateur operators talk about why they're working on Mt. Washington in very challenging conditions. Operators making an appearance in this video are: Tim Carter, W3ATB - Glenn Aldrich, KC1AAI - Luke Quigley, KB1IIR - Dick Sterry, KB1OCE - Rosemary Landry, KC1AAP - Cliff Dickinson, N1RCQ and voice cameo Mary Sheldon, N1RKO Special thanks to Tim Carter, W3ATB for taping most of this video. http://www.w3atb.com

Installing a Halyard for a Field Day Antenna

Dick Christopher, N1LT uses a telescoping fiberglass pole to loop a parachute-cord halyard over a parking lot light fixture. http://www.cnharc.org This simple, yet elegant thin rope, was used to erect a temporary dipole antenna for the 2103 CNHARC Field Day at Funspot just north of Weirs Beach in central New Hampshire. Video was shot by Tim Carter, W3ATB http://www.w3atb.com

Franklin W1JY - First site visit of Spring 2013

Ed O'Hearn (N1EO) and Mark Persson (W1DDI), Repeater Coordinators for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - make the first site visit of the season. The purpose of the trip was to cut overgrowth around the tower and building, repair a broken hard-line connector, check on the status of the equipment and install a temporary APRS digipeater.

Franklin W1JY - APRS Digipeater Temporary Installation

Ed O'Hearn (N1EO) and Mark Persson (W1DDI), Repeater Coordinators for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - work on the temporary installation of a new APRS Digipeater at the Franklin, NH repeater site.

N1LT - Fun With High Frequency

Dick Christopher, N1LT, talks about his interest in high frequency amateur radio. Dick was one of the founding members of http://www.cnharc.org. Video interview by Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com

N1LT - Early Interest in Radio

Dick Christopher, N1LT, talks about how be became interested in amateur radio. Dick was one of the founding members of http://www.cnharc.org. Video interview by Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com

N1LT - Field Day Stories

Dick Christopher, N1LT, talks about some of the interesting annual field day events where ham operators try to make contact with as many other amateur operators as they can in 24 hours. Dick was one of the founding members of http://www.cnharc.org. Video interview by Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com

N1LT CallSign History

Dick Christopher, N1LT, talks about his first amateur radio call sign and how he eventually came to be known as N1LT. Dick was one of the founding members of http://www.cnharc.org. Video interview by Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com

N1LT Early History of CNHARC

Dick Christopher, N1LT of http://www.cnharc.org describes the early history of the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club. Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com taped the interview.

N1LT - Jim Cluett W1PID Friendship

Dick Christopher, N1LT of the http://www.cnharc.org Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club describes how he met Jim Cluett, W1PID http://www.w1pid.com and how they hike and sail together. Interview taped by Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com

Dick Christopher - N1LT - What Would You Do Differently

Dick Christopher, founder of http://www.cnharc.org, talks about what he would do differently if he could go back in time. Interview taped by Tim Carter, W3ATB of http://www.w3atb.com.

Laconia Sled Dog Race 2013 CNHARC Food Club

Tim Carter, W3ATB, deftly uncovers the real DNA of CNHARC. It's all about food, not radio waves as the club name implies. http://www.cnharc.org for more details. Cameo appearances in this video by: Lee Hillsgrove, SR KBIGNI - Rich N1MAW - Mary Sheldon N1RKO - Howard Chain K9NPD - Cliff Dickinson N1RCQ - Dave Megin KA1VJU - Peg Megin - Gilbert in chair

Morse Code Demonstration for Laconia NH Boy Scout Troop 68

Jim Cluett, W1PID - http://www.w1pid.com - demonstrates sending Morse Code to the young boys of Boy Scout Troop 68 in Laconia NH. Receiving the transmission is Johann Busch, W1JSB - http://www.w1jsb.com. Other members of the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club were in attendance. This video taped by Tim Carter, W3ATB - http://w3atb.com.

Gunstock Mountain Repeater Cabinet

Mark Persson - W1DDI, Ed O'Hearn - N1EO, and Tim Carter - W3ATB drill mounting holes in the top of a metal cabinet that will house the club's Gunstock Mountain repeaters. Mark reminds Tim that he can offer expert advice on how to use power tools in case Tim needs a refresher course. Ed steadies the cabinet and tries to avoid frostbite.

Gunstock Mountain VHF Antenna Replacement

Mark Persson (W1DDI), Repeater Coordinator for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - captures Jim Craver (N1XBD) and Ed O'Hearn (N1EO) working on the replacement of a failed VHF repeater antenna. The antenna's are located at the summit of Gunstock Mountain on the safety services building.

Belknap Mountain Communications Gear Airlift - Part 5 of 5

Tim Carter, public affairs officer for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - captures the Bell 407 helicopter starting up, connecting the lifting cable to the first load of gear, and flying to the peak of Belknap Mountain.

Belknap Mountain Communications Gear Airlift - Part 4 of 5

Tim Carter, public affairs officer for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - captures the Bell 407 helicopter after it returns from dropping off several contractors at the peak of Belknap Mountain. A ground crewman attaches the remote-controlled lifting cable that will allow the transport of gear to the peak.

Belknap Mountain Communications Gear Airlift - Part 3 of 5

Tim Carter, public affairs officer for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - tapes the Bell 407 helicopter pilot from JBI Helicopter Services overseeing the contractors load the communications gear into webbed netting.

Belknap Mountain Communications Gear Airlift - Part 2 of 5

Tim Carter, public affairs officer for the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org - tapes the planning conversation of the Bell 407 helicopter pilot from JBI Helicopter Services and the contractors who are installing the communications gear.

Belknap Mountain Communications Gear Airlift - Part 1 of 5

Tim Carter, public relations officer of the Central New Hampshire Amateur Radio Club - www.cnharc.org, describes a winter airlift of communications gear to the top of Belknap Mountain in Gilford, NH.

Bell 407 Landing at Gunstock Alpine Ridge

Tim Carter, www.cnharc.org public affairs officer, captures the Bell 407 helicopter from JBI Helicopter Services landing at the Alpine Ridge parking lot at the Gunstock Ski Resort in Gilford, NH. The helicopter was there to lift communications gear to the top of Belknap Mountain. To discover more about the exciting hobby of amateur radio, visit www.cnharc.org today. (C)Copyright 2013 Tim Carter All Rights Reserved