CSVHFS Early Bird Deadline Approaches

June 8, 2015

Just a reminder, the Central States VHF Society Annual Conference for 2015 is being held in the Denver Colorado Metro area between Thursday July 23rd and Sunday July 26th. Our local sponsor this year is Rocky Mountain Ham Radio. Our convention site is the Denver Marriott Westminster; the venue is available for booking at our […]


VHF 102 CSVHFS Looking for Ideas

May 6, 2015

The Central States VHF Society’s 49th Annual conference is coming up in July and the organizers are look for ideas for an all day event on the last day of the conference designed to encourage new hams to getting creating station that are VHF+ capable.  A suggested syllabus is below and we’re looking for thoughts […]


Central States VHF Society Conference July 23 – July 26

January 22, 2015

Set aside those dates!  The 49th CSVHFS Conference will be a great event for all weak signal enthusiast interested in VHF+ operating.  The event will be held Thursday July 23 thru Sunday July 26 at the Denver Marriott Westminster, 7000 Church Ranch Boulevard Westminster, Colorado.  CSVHFS has set up a special web page with information and […]


Hear Ye, Hear Ye, a New 2304 Beacon

October 5, 2014

There is a new 2304 MHz beacon on the air as of 10:04 AM on 10-04-2014. And we want you to hear it and report what you hear. The beacon is on 2304.880 MHz and is located on the roof of NCAR in Boulder at DM79IX. It was built and installed by Don, N0YE, using […]


KØH — Special Event Radio Station

August 8, 2014

The Deep Space Exploration Society (DSES) 60 foot (18 Meter) dish will be activated between 11 and 25 September, 2014 on the 23 cm band. We plan on being operational during the September VHF contest. This dish is located 90 miles SE of Colorado Springs, CO in Kiowa County, 5 miles south of Haswell, CO […]


Deep Space Exploration Society 1296 MHz in September

July 28, 2014

On Sunday 20 July 2014, noon local time the Deep Space Exploration Society activated the 60 foot dish at Haswell, CO (east of Pueblo) on 1296.100 MHz. This location has been renamed the Paul Plishner Radio Astronomy and Space Sciences Center. The group worked many RMVHF+ operators including Dave W6OAL, Dennis KK0Q, Bill K0RZ and […]