- Emergency Net
- 2:00 PM Mon Jun 14
- June ARES Meeting
- June Club Meeting
- 7:00 PM Tue Jun 15
- Fargo Police Picnic
- 5:00 PM Wed Jun 16
- TCFMC Spring Tailgate
- 7:00 AM Sat Jun 19
- UHF/VHF Net 25
- 9:00 PM Sun Jun 20
- Field Day - Sabin
- 1:00 PM Sat Jun 26
- Field Day - West Fargo
- 1:00 PM Sat Jun 26
- RRRA Hamfest
- 8:00 AM Sat Sep 25
A Zoom link to our meeting room is planned for those members who are unable to—or do not wish to—attend an in-person meeting at this time. Please visit W0JPJ’s Zoom meeting invitation for connection information if you wish to attend this meeting through Zoom.
Members who are fully vaccinated (i.e. have completed their course of vaccinations at least 2 weeks ago) are welcome to attend our meeting without wearing a face covering. But they should pay attention to official signage posted in an around City Hall for potential changes to local policy.
Members who are not fully vaccinated should follow CDC Guidance for unvaccinated people—including wearing a face covering—if they choose to attend our meeting. They should keep in mind that the CDC considers attending a small, indoor gathering of fully vaccinated and unvaccinated people from multiple households to be a Less Safe activity. And attending a full-capacity worship service to be a Least Safe activity.
Members who have a weakened immune system, or who have been recently exposed to COVID-19, should consider attending our meeting through the Zoom link.
In this episode of ARRL’s monthly On The Air podcast: “ARRL Field Day is just weeks away. Fred Kemmerer, AB1OC, the president of the Nashua New Hampshire Area Radio Society, offers advice about how to enjoy one of the largest ham radio operating events of the year!"1
- Meeting took place on Zoom instead of in-person in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Meeting called to order by President Jarod W0JPJ at 19:00, May 18, 2021
- 25 members in attendence
In this episode of ARRL’s biweekly Eclectic Tech podcast: “Talking with Patrick Stoddard, WD9ELK, about the current state of amateur radio satellites, including tips for Field Day."1
HamSCI is looking for ham radio operators to make recordings of time-standard stations during the June 2021 annular solar eclipse across the Arctic Circle as part of a citizen science experiment. Researchers will use the crowd-sourced data to investigate the superimposed effects of auroral particle precipitation and the eclipse on HF Doppler shift.