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ARRL Webinars: Schedule

Overview: ARRL's Learning Network is a webinar series to help introduce members to the variety of activities and opportunities enjoyed by radio amateurs. These live presentations will be given by member-volunteers, for all members. Like hamfest forums and radio club presentations, the webinars are intended to help participants get more active, involved, and engaged in amateur radio. Presentations are 30-minutes each to accommodate attendee's busy schedules, followed by a 15-minute period for questions-and-answers. For additional information contact ARRL's Lifelong Learning department.

Setup & Support: To ensure that your device is set up properly we advise all participants to perform a system check prior to each session. For technical assistance before or during a presentation:


Working the Pileup
Presented by Ron Delpiere-Smith, KD9IPO
If you have ever had difficulty breaking through a pileup, or if you have ever tried to work a pileup, you will want to join Ron Delpiere-Smith, KD9IPO Vice President from the Chicago Suburban Radio Association and ARRL Assistant Section Manager - Illinois for an interesting and enlightening discussion on working a pileup from both sides of the microphone. Whether it is field day, contesting, special events or that rare DX contact, this is a must-see presentation. Ron will be discussing the aspects of Hunt and Pounce vs Sit and Call, when to use them and some tips and tricks on how to use them. The program is based on a number of real-life experiences from various operating events including the Last Man Standing Special Event as one of the station operators.

Tuesday, October 5, 2021 @ 1:00 pm EDT (1700 UTC)

More webinars coming soon!


>> Registration & Recordings <<
ARRL members may register for an upcoming presentation and view previously recorded webinars by clicking here to access our registration page.