June 2014 Club Meeting - "What We Owe the Amateur Service"

June 20, 2014 

7:00pm MST

Ascension Lutheran Church 1220 West Magee Road, Tucson, AZ


Field Day N1MM Logging Software Demo

by Tom, W8TK 

Tom, our Field Day Chairman, will be demonstrating N1MM the logging software that will be used at Field Day.  To get an advance look at the software go to n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php.  N1MM is a FREE software package that can be used to log virtually any contest or for general logging if needed.  




"What We Owe the Amateur Service"

--our obligation to make sure it thrives on our watch and to pass on the legacy.

Presented by W. Riley Hollingsworth, K4ZDH 

About Riley

In 1998 Hollingsworth became Special Counsel with the new Enforcement Bureau and rejuvenated enforcement in the Amateur radio service. He also managed the interference resolution programs in the Land Mobile and Public Safety services.

Prior to his joining the Enforcement Bureau, Hollingsworth was Deputy Chief of Licensing, Assistant Bureau Chief of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and legal advisor to the Compliance and Information Bureau (formerly the Field Operations Bureau).

Hollingsworth managed the FCC's 800 MHz Lottery Task Force in which new 800 MHz spectrum was assigned in 13 cities. He organized the FCC's program in which underutilized radio channels were recovered for reassignment in major cities.

He participated as a Member of the Delegation from the U.S. State Department to Bucharest, Romania to discuss radio licensing in the United States and opening foreign markets to American manufacturers. He also acted as Co-Chairman for the FCC PCS Broadband and Narrowband Licensing Task Force and for that received the Vice President Gore "Hammer Award" for efficiency in government.

Hollingsworth holds a Master's degree from the University of South Carolina, and a Law degree from Wake Forest University. While in law school he worked as a "Nader's Raider" for Ralph Nader's Center for the Study of Responsive Law in Washington, DC, researching Brown Lung Disease among textile workers in the Carolinas.

He is a member of the Quarter Century Wireless, Radio Club of America and FISTS CW associations and has been an Amateur since 1960, with call sign is K4ZDH. He lives in Gettysburg, PA with his wife Pat.