|The Lambton County Radio Club
is an active radio club for active amateurs. Over the
years, we've sponsored or been involved in a number of activities, from
moving and maintaining our repeater systems, to an annual
participation in a 24-hour operating event called Field
Day. Thanks to our members who also enjoy photography as a
hobby, over the years we've accumulated a number of photos of us
enjoying our various ham radio-related activities.
From those photos, we've now assembled a
short slide presentation to "whet the appetite" of
those who would like to join us in this wonderful hobby.
The slide show has been produced
using a computer program called ProShow Gold®. You can run the show directly from the
Internet after ProShow downloads a special (guaranteed spam and virus
free!) slide show player into your computer (the file name is:
"pxplay.cab" from Photodex Corporation).
viewer downloads (depending on your Internet connection speed there
may be a brief period of buffering) and the main slide show page appears, simply
click on the box in the middle of the page (the box with the blue
characters) to start the show for a one-time viewing. Clicking
the "Loop All" option will play the program continuously.
You can expand the viewing area in the
online version by clicking on
the expansion tab in the lower right corner of the viewer once
the slide show begins.
can choose to:
VIEW THE SLIDE
Or, your can
download your very own copy of the
slide show (the file name is "LCRC-1.exe") for later viewing here:
A COPY OF THE SLIDE SHOW
It too, is guaranteed
virus and malware free despite the dire
warnings from your browser and/or operating system
to the contrary!
If you enjoyed the music in
the show, you can view a complete album of ham radio-related
by "The Ham Band" (under the leadership of OZ1ADL) on
their Web site at: www.hamband.com.
The origins of "CQ
Serenade" are quite interesting as well. You can find more info
about the song at: www.zerobeat.net/cqsong.html.