Amateur Radio in the United States has 29 allocations of RF spectrum. How many of these allocations do you use?
Officers and a Board of Directors are essential to the operation of the Red River Radio Amateurs and our club owes a debt of gratitude to those who have stepped forward to fill these leadership positions.
But, for the health of our organization, we can not continue to depend upon the same few individuals in perpetuity. It is, therefore, well past time for new Officers to step forward from within our membership.
Wadena Area Amateur Radio Club will be hosting a Technician Class this spring to get more people involved in the wonderful hobby of amateur radio. This class is free and will run 6 weeks with a License (aka VE) Testing Session on the 7th week.
The first digital edition of the new ARRL On the Air magazine became available for reading in the ARRL QST app on January 14, 2020, and is also available for reading on the ARRL website.
On the Air is a bimonthly magazine, published by ARRL, written for beginner to intermediate level amateur radio operators.
Eligible US-based ARRL members may choose to receive either On the Air or QST as their print magazine when they join, or upon their annual renewal.
Comments are due by January 18, 2020, in reponse to the Facilitating Shared Use in the 3.1-3.55 GHz Band (FCC 19-130) and Use of the 5.850-5.925 GHz Band (FCC 19-129) Notices of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which will affect current Amateur Radio allocations in these bands.
All Amateur Radio Operators are encouraged to submit comments against these reallocations and in support of current Amateur operations in the bands to the FCC.