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Announcement: The Wormhole Ham Radio Club

You have found the Glorious Society Of the Wormhole Ham Radio Club. The Wormhole is an informal group that meets on the first Saturday of each month for coffee, donuts, worm-dogs and burgers. The meetings start at 11:00 am but come early and enjoy the camaraderie and good fellowship of our club. Anyone having an… (read more)

Announcement: Wormhole News

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Next Meeting May 6th 2017 so please come join us!

***Please Note: If was decided at the February meeting that all future meetings will be at the Minnreg Center 6340 126th Avenue North Largo, Florida 33773

It’s official we are now “The Glorious Society Of The Wormhole Inc.” We are registered with the state as a non-profit corporation.”


This website has a new look and functions. We have added a calendar, member list, upcoming events tabs and newsletter archives. There is more to come!


Wormhole golf shirts are now available. They are blue with our logo and your name and call.

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Here is the cost of the Wormhole shirts in all the sizes available.

S-XL $20.00
2X $21.50
3X $23.00
4X $24.50
5X $26.00
6X $27.50

There is $2 shipping each with a minimum of 6 shirts in the order.

Send Bill AG4QX an email with your Call and Shirt Size to get on the order list.

Wormhole Newsletter for April 2017

Hello Worms We are meeting at the Minnreg building again this month. It is located at 6340 126th Ave N. That is immediately south of the Honeywell complex at Elmerton and US19. 126th runs between US19 access road and 66th St. There is a gem show scheduled for Saturday so there may be a crowd… (read more)

Meeting notice

Hello Worms This is an early extra for the newsletter to make sure everyone gets the word. We are meeting at the Minnreg building in February just to confuse everyone. It is located at 6340 126th Ave N. That is immediately south of the Honeywell complex at Elmerton and US19. 126th runs between US19 access… (read more)

Amateur License Required to Fly FPV

The FCC requires an amateur license to operate FPV (First Person View) radio control models, boats, cars, trucks, planes and multirotor aircraft, with cameras operating in amateur radio bands like 5.8 gigahertz. The only exception is very low power camera transmitters that have been certified by the FCC and transmit less than 50 milliwatts radiated which… (read more)