- ARES Net
- 2:00 PM Mon Mar 30
- Isolation Net
- 7:00 PM Mon Mar 30
- UHF/VHF Net 14
- 9:00 PM Sun Apr 5
- RRRMC SKYWARN Class
- 6:30 PM Thu Apr 16
- Brainerd Area Hamfest
- 9:00 AM Sat Apr 18
- April ARES Meeting
- 6:00 PM Tue Apr 21
- April Club Meeting
- 7:00 PM Tue Apr 21
- May Testing Session
- 8:00 PM Tue May 19
- RRRA Hamfest
- 8:00 AM Sat Sep 19
- Fargo Marathon 2020
- 6:00 AM Tue Sep 29
Thank-you to everyone everyone who volunteered to provide communication support for Walk MS: Fargo 2020.
Communication support is no longer needed because the National MS Society has moved all Walk MS events—through June—to fully virtual experiences.
These virtual experiences will continue support of life-changing breakthroughs for people affected by MS while following current social-distancing guidelines.
On March 27, 2020, the AREDN Project announced the general availability of the latest stable version of AREDN firmware: V22.214.171.124
This release includes official support for the GL.iNet AR150 router used by many of our members. While there’s no longer a need to use a nightly development release for this router, as of March 28th this release has not been tested locally.
- 27 New Features
- 16 Bug Fixes
- Support for 16 New Devices
AREDN users are encouraged to visit the AREDN Release Notes v126.96.36.199 page for important information about
- Changes to the Supported Platform Matrix (both status changes for deprecated devices and the addition of new devices)
- Added Features
- Bug Fixes
- A link to a list of Known Issues
- Key Workarounds for this release
- Instructions for Upgrading Firmware Images
Please review the images built table for the target and name of the image to use before downloading a firmware update.
has started an informal evening Isolation Net at 7PM, Monday–Friday, on the W0ILO repeaters.
This net is a great way to keep in touch each other during a period of reduced physical contact and use our spectrum.
Check on the well-being of our fellow Hams and do things such as:
The answer is an emphatic NO if all you’ve done is turn in a paper form at an RRRA meeting.
Applying for a Cass County ID Badge is now a two step process which requires the completion of two forms. One of these forms must be completed on-line.
You will not receive your ID Badge until you complete both steps of this process.