We set-up a net control station under a pop-up canopy and used a battery powered portable radio with a J-pole antenna mounted on a mast at 20 feet. Most of the normally outside activities supporting the March were moved into the stadium. Art would be pleased to know that the petting zoo did arrive and CCARC was stationed down-rain instead of downwind of them this year.
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Alternate frequency is kHz. The net covers emergency communications and preparedness and usually includes a guest speaker or topic of interest. VE3WIN
Backup frequency Aroostook Emergency Net Monday at p. All are welcome. All licensed operators are welcome and encouraged to check-in and participate.
Directed Nets are nets that have a central Network Control Station. All traffic is directed either by or through the NCS. Any licensed amateur with HF privileges can participate.
However, there may be a few people, particularly newcomers to the hobby or those considering taking part in the hobby, who are unfamiliar with the concept and operation of a net. For these people the following general pointers are gladly provided. Those familiar with the terms and conditions contained within our Licence will recognise that a net is one of the few occasions when we are legally permitted to "broadcast".
Field Day is quickly approaching. We are still in the planning phase and there will be a meeting the evening of May 9th at the home of W6BWJ. Please contact him directly for details.
This is an appeal directly from the EV Comm Coordinator We have been getting a lot of calls and messages about the event dates this year. We have been the last weekend of September for many years now, BUT - this year the event is the 3rd weekend of the month With this in mind, I make a plea again. We can do this.
The University of Idaho Ham Club is about creating a fun environment for learning amateur radio. We welcome any non-license and licensed students interested in learning about Ham radio, electronics, radio theory. We will be working side by side with the University and the surrounding community to help enrich your educational experience.