The club holds a net each Wednesday at 6:30 pm on the 447.275 repeater (100 Hz tone). This net starts as a formal net with check-ins and an opportunity to ask questions of the board and members. Then switches to an informal net where participants can chat about anything on their mind.
The club holds a technical net on Monday at 7:00 p.m. on the 447.275 (100 Hz tone) This is a great chance for you to ask any question you might have about radios, antenna, or just how to get on with that project. No questions is to simple come join us.
These sessions are recorded and posted to the "Supplies/Resoures" area of our website for anyone who may have missed a session.
Oct 3 Topic for Discussion " Using software to run Radio Functions, Good idea or Not what Amateur radio should be!!!"
- 10/2/2016 - BARCfest - Longmont, CO - http://www.qsl.net/w0dk
- 10/2/2016 - Blue Sky Marathon - Contact KC0ZIE
- 10/8/2016 - Horsetooth Ache - Contact KI0KN
- 11/5/2016 - TechFest - Lakewood, CO - http://na0tc.org/
- 1/14/2016 - NCARC Hamfest - Loveland, CO - http://ncarc.net
- 2/19/2017 - Swapfest - Brighton, CO - http://www.n0ara.org/
The next NCARC Board of Directors meeting will be Tuesday October 11th, 2016 at the Golden Corral in Loveland (the same one as the general club meetings). We'll start meeting there around 5 or 5:30 for dinner and informal conversation. The formal meeting will start at 6:00pm.
The next general club will be on Saturday, October 15 , 2016. Club meetings are held on the third Saturday of the month at the Golden Corral, 1360 SCULPTOR DRIVE, LOVELAND, CO It is located off E. Eisenhower (US Hwy 34) with an adjoined Kohl's parking lot. Join us at 8 am for breakfast, then the meeting starts at 9 where the last order of business is a presentation about some aspect of ham radio. Meeting agendas are published before the meeting on the member's area alongside the other meetings minutes.
There will be NO meeting at the Golden Corral on the morning of September 17 due to the club picnic!
Gary AA0RX and Greg AD0JP, are interested in getting some activity going on 6 meters. Right now they both have vertically polarized omnidirectional antennas up, and are primarily working and monitoring on 50.130 MHz USB. Greg can be contacted for signal reports, antenna questions etc at email@example.com
All Meeting Notes, Agendas and Financial Reports are posted on the Members Only page.
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