Welcome

Welcome to the Red River Radio Amateurs' website. Here you can find information about our club, how to become an amateur radio operator, current events, and more. If you are interested in becoming an amateur radio operator, check out the Become an Operator page where you will find classes, testing locations, and more. We hope to hear you on the air soon!

How to Add RRRA Calendar Events to Your Own Calendar

Did you know that you can automatically add events on the RRRA calendar to your own personal calendar? All you have to do is add a subscription to your personal calendar. This is different depending on which calendar you use. You can find specific instructions for your setup through a simple internet search. All you have to do is go to www.rrra.org/calendar/export.ics and download our subscription file. This will automatically add every event from the RRRA calendar to yours.

RRRA Launches Emergency Communications Webpage and Email Lists

The Red River Radio Amateurs has launched an emergency communications webpage and corresponding email lists. This webpage contains all RRRA emergency communications related information. There you will find links to register for two new email lists devoted to emergency communications. There is one list for flood related communications and one list for Skywarn related communications. This webpage can be found at www.rrra.org/emergency_communications as well as under the Quick Links menu.

RRRA List Server Update

The RRRA list server has been fixed and is fully functional. If you were a member of the previous list server, you should have received several test emails recently and are now subscribed to the new list server. To subscribe to the RRRA List Server go to http://mail.rrra.org:8080/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/rrra-general. If you are already a member of the list server, you should have received an email with your password to edit your preferences. This password will be sent to you every month as a reminder.

10 Meter Beacon Improvement

The W0ILO beacon is now transmitting 140 feet off the ground from the center of Sabin, MN, on the city's municipal water tower. A crew from the club moved the beacon to the water tower Saturday, August 4th, to improve signal strength. Thanks to Randy, "the muscle", KC0KRS; Tiny, "the safety", WB0BIN; Bob, WB0DSF; Al, AI0Q; Paul, KC0TEP; and Mary, KC0TSQ. According to the group, signal strength is now greatly improved and should provide Q5 local coverage over a several county region. For more information on the 10 meter beacon, click here.

New Website

Welcome to the brand new website for the Red River Radio Amateurs! We are very excited about this new site and all of the new tools we now have available to us. Here you will find content from the old website and content from the new site. For those of you with smartphones, you will now be automatically sent to our mobile optimized website, which is designed for ease of use on smartphones. If you ever are having trouble finding something, just use the search box found on every page. We invite you to explore all of the new features of the site and hope you enjoy them. For all questions and comments about the new site, please email Gabe Thomas, KD0PQI, at gabe@kd0pqi.com. Enjoy!