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The FCC information technology staff is continuing to look into why the Universal Licensing System (ULS) Electronic Batch Filing (EBF) system has stopped processing at least some - and perhaps all - Amateur Radio exam session files and applications. The stoppage, which began on June 28, initially affected the handling of all Amateur Radio Volunteer Examiner Coordinator (VEC) and commercial license applications, said ARRL VEC Manager Maria Somma, AB1FM, who alerted the FCC IT Department. Somma said that by June 30, it appeared that the FCC had corrected the broader problem, and processing of most Amateur Radio VEC and commercial applications and exam session files had resumed. More
It's Not Just About Ham Radio
This group is expanding its horizons beyond ham radio and into all sorts of other interesting technology. The internet of things is trending and we don't want to be left behind.

Plans are being made for programs and classes on Arduino, Raspberry Pi as well as other powerful yet easy technology.
The Arduino Uno
The Arduino is a powerful micro-controller. Its inputs can sense anything, its outputs can control anything and you control the logic in the middle.
The Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi is a tiny, inexpensive computer on a board. It has USB ports, HDMI screen output and can be the brains behind some incredibly smart gadgets.