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Paul L. Herrman N0NBH

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We are a group of radio amateurs in and near
Platte County, MO
who get together on a regular basis
for the purpose of
fellowship, socially redeeming
activities, emergency communications training,
and just plain old fun.


Club Meeting:
Last Saturday of Month 9:00 am
Location: Northland Regional Ambulance District
1000 Platte Falls Road
Platte City, MO 64079

** Talk-in is on the 147.33 + Repeater

Tone 151.4

Club Voice NET:
2m Voice Net: Tuesdays 7:30 pm
NET Callsign: NR0AD

Operates on 147.33 + WA0QFJ Repeater

Tone 151.4



FSQCALL fldigi Learning Net:
Sundays 8:00 pm (Northland ARES)
Operates on 147.33 + Repeater

Tone 151.4



ARRL Amateur News
January 27 th 2023 UTC
Past ARRL Southeastern Division Director Harmon "Dale" Strieter, W4QM (ex-W4DQS), of Cocoa Beach, died on January 6. An ARRL Life Member, he was 92 and a founding member of the Maxim Society.Strieter was ARRL Southeastern Division Director from 1970 until…
January 27 th 2016 UTC
The University of Washington’s HuskySat-1 3U CubeSat, launched November 2, 2019, is set to deploy on January 31 after the vehicle that carried it to the International Space Station undocks. HuskySat-1 has remained stowed aboard a Northrop Grumman Cygnus s…
January 27 th 1923 UTC
In a recent ceremony, two Winlink development team members were awarded the Military Department of Tennessee Adjutant General’s Distinguished Patriot Medal.Steve Waterman, K4CJX, was awarded “for his distinguished patriotic service as the Winlink Network …
 

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The 147.330+ repeater is the official Skywarn repeater for
Platte County 
and back up to the Northland ARES repeater 



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Northland ARES Training


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