I’m Mark Warrick, originally from Santa Ana, California now residing in Anaheim Hills. 

I currently have a general class ham license

I hold volunteer examiner accreditation from the ARRL and Greater Los Angeles Amateur Radio Group.

I completed ARRL emeregency communications training

I am a member of Anaheim RACES.

I am a volunteer radio operator at the Queen Mary (W6RO).

By day, I’m a project manager for a software company. 

On the weekends, I provide mountain biking tours all around Southern California

Some of my recent experiments in the amateur ham world include ARDEN mesh nodes and connected devices, APRS, Digital Radio, WinLink email over radio and AREDN, NBEMS, SSTV, building antennas and transmitter building / hunting.

Call me on Ham Shack Hotline: Extension 50160

Repeaters / Linked Systems I Frequent

More About Me

You can find out more about me at a couple of my websites:

https://warrick.net

https://socalbiketours.com

Recent Posts
https://youtu.be/I7uoy_qG_r4   This video demonstrates a working AREDN node that can make phone calls to other IP phones on the
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tc9ZtgO020U&feature=youtu.be Parts list: TP-Link CPE610 Dish with POE adapter connected to a local ARDEN MESH AP over RF TP-Link TL-SG105E
How to use a Mobilinkd TNC with a Radioddity GD-77, your laptop running RMS Packet and a hot spot to
Emergency Coordinators from all across the United States met for 12 weeks to learn everything that one could possibly need