Author: Sean Reigle, AJ6B

October 24: Technical Committee Meeting

The next scheduled Technical Committee meeting will occur on Saturday, October 24.  The minutes are on the minutes page.

August 1: General Meeting

All are welcome to the next TASMA General Meeting on Saturday, August 1 at the Walnut Public Library at 21155 La Puente Rd, Walnut CA 91789.  Registration starts at 10am, the meeting will begin at 10:30am. Agenda: Registration Call To

July 11: Technical Committee Meeting

The next scheduled Technical Committee meeting will occur on Saturday, July 11.  The minutes have been posted here.

April 4: General Meeting

All are welcome to the next TASMA General Meeting on Saturday, April 4 at the Rowland Heights Library at 1850 Nogales St, Rowland Heights CA 91748.  Registration starts at 9am, the meeting will begin at 9:30am. Agenda: Registration Call To

January 24: Board & Technical Committee Meetings

The next TASMA Board of Director and Technical Committee meetings will be taking place on Saturday January 24.  The minutes have been posted on the minutes page.

December 6: Annual Meeting

All are welcome to the next TASMA Annual Meeting on Saturday, December 6 at the Rowland Heights Library at 1850 Nogales St, Rowland Heights CA 91748.  Registration starts at 9am, the meeting will begin at 9:30am. The agenda can be

November 1: Special Meeting

TASMA is holding a special meeting to amend the bylaws of the Association.  The proposed bylaw changes are marked in red here.  A summary of the changes follows: 1. Removal of the officer positions of Membership Director and Internet Services

November 1: Board & Technical Committee Meetings

The next TASMA Board of Director and Technical Committee meetings will be taking place on Saturday November 1.  The minutes have been posted on the minutes page.

Proposed 2m Band Plan Changes

(Updated 9/10/14: Changes in red below.) The TASMA Technical Committee is proposing some minor changes in the two meter band plan.  These changes are being proposed in an effort to adjust the band plan to current usage patterns and to

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