- Meeting called to order by President Jarod W0JPJ at 19:00 on August 17, 2021
- 26 members in attendence
- Moment of silence was held for Mark Swartzell AA0CX and Alyssa Cary, Dale WD0AKO’s daughter
You are invited to enjoy a morning of Ham Radio fellowship, seminars, a flea market, and more, at the largest Hamfest in North Dakota.
The Red River Radio Amateurs Hamfest and ARRL Dakota Division Convention runs from 8AM to 2PM at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 25, 2018.
Skip the line in the morning …
In this episode of ARRL’s biweekly Eclectic Tech podcast: “ARRL Laboratory Manager Ed Hare, W1RFI, explains the new FCC RF exposure rules."1
In this episode of ARRL’s monthly On The Air podcast: “The ARRL Handbook has been published for nearly 100 years and it remains one of the top sources for information about ham radio technology and much more. Steve Goodgame, K5ATA, explains why even beginners will find the Handbook to be indispensable."1
From ARRL News …
Channels 1 and 2 on 60 meters will be available starting on August 30 for interoperability between US government and US amateur radio stations involved in Hurricane Ida emergency communications. This situation will remain in place until the storm has passed and the need for these channels no longer exists, or on September 6, whichever comes first.
These frequencies will be used: Channel 1 Primary voice traffic 5332 kHz channel center, 5330.5 kHz USB voice; and Channel 2 Digital traffic 5348 kHz channel center, 5346.5 kHz USB with 1.5 kHz offset to center of digital waveform. Stations on 60 meters are asked to yield to operational traffic related to Hurricane Ida. 1