Membership Access

Username: CallSign
Password: 
Email Chuck (KD0VXN)


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HF Band Conditions

Courtesy
Paul L. Herrman N0NBH

FLdigi Links

fldigi/flmsg/flamp

FSQCall Program V0.24.6 older US Edition

 

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

Operates on 147.33 + WA0QFJ Repeater

Tone 151.4

Club Meeting:

Last Saturday of Month 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Location: (
In Person) Northland Regional Ambulance District
1000 Platte Falls Road Platte City, MO 64079
** Talk-in is on the 147.33 + Repeater Tone 151.4

Location: (Zoom)
Contact: Steve KC0YSY or Groups.io for link

Meeting Dates

Oct 30
Testing 7:30
Meeting 9:00 - 11:00
Nov 27
Testing 7:30
Meeting 9:00 - 11:00
Dec 18 Breakfast
8:00 Location: TBD




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

Tone 151.4



ARRL Amateur News
October 22 nd 1433 UTC
Tad Cook, K7RA, Seattle, reports: Solar activity declined last week, and on Sunday, October 17, there were no sunspots at all. Most days had the minimum non-zero sunspot number, which is 11, indicating a single sunspot group containing a single sunspot.Av…
October 21 st 1938 UTC
Two recent Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC) grants will benefit the Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club (SBARC), K6TZ, and Oregon HamWAN.A $35,550 grant will enable SBARC to construct an amateur radio station at the new Chrisman California Islands…
October 20 th 1347 UTC
The November issue of QST includes the article, “The Beverage Antenna, 100 Years Later,” by Ward Silver, N0AX, and Frank Donovan, W3LPL. The famous receiving antenna, designed and patented in 1921 by Harold Beverage, 2BML, remains popular for the low band…
 

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



Training Resources

CW Training

Northland ARES Training