On June 1, 2019, RRRA promoted Amateur Radio at the 19th Breakfast On The Farm with a booth staffed by KA0Q and W0HNV.
How can Amateur Radio Operators find out who—in their vicinity or at another location—might be monitoring the 146.520 MHz National FM Simplex Calling Frequency?
Jeremy KK4FPK can help answer this question with his map of stations whose operators claim that they routinely monitor 146.520 MHz.
The updated RRRAES Frequency list discussed by KD0IOE at the May 2019 ARES meeting has been published on-line. This list is available as an Excel spreadsheet, PDF and CSV files.
The files are stored in the ARES | Documents and Manuals folder on the RRRA Groupware Server. This folder may be accessed without logging in through a public link (which is listed as RRRA ARES Documents and Manuals on the RRRA Files and Links page.)
Club members who need assistance with their Groupware Server account should contact the Webmaster Team .
A common question about antennas is Do Dipoles Have to be Straight?
Learn the answer from the Doctor in this episode of the
- ARRL The Doctor is in podcast.
Congratulations to the graduates of RRRA’s 2019 Spring Technician License Class.