"The President can make you a general,
Dan Hirschey N2OYQ
Lewis County ARES EC:
Pete Cecconi KC2NUN
Dottie Suiter KC2LDF
|Treasurer & Webmaster:
Pete Newell KC2WI
Pete Newell KC2WI
|Saturday June 13||Communications for the Black Fly Challenge mountain bike race Indian Lake to Inlet through the Moose River Plains. Contact Dennis N2LBT (try Old Forge repeater) for details.|
|Weekend June 27-28||Field Day. If you are interested in a local event, please contact KC2WI.|
|Friday August 21||Communications for Boonville
Woodsmens 10K Run.
Please contact WD2ADX if you can help.
|September TBD||17-21 Group at Kring Point State Park. Special event station K2P.Look for K2P on 7272 or the AC2GE (Dexter) or WA2NAN (Fine) repeaters. See nnyara.net for repeater information.|
|Saturday October TBD||
Boonville Elks Walkathon radio communications. Help needed. Contact WD2ADX
|Sunday October 9 (?)||
Boonville Town and Country 10K Run radio communications. Help needed. Contact WD2ADX
|Saturday October 17||New York QSO Party|
|Weekend October 17-18||Jamboree On The Air If you are interested in a local event, please contact KC2WI.|
NNY Simulated Emergency Test. See nnyara.net for details.
|December TBD||Boonville ARC & Black
River Valley ARC Holiday Dinner.
Everyone is welcome. You do not need to be a licensed ham or a club member. Details will be announced after the November Boonville club meeting.
Amateur Radio is a great hobby. It is fun and educational. Perhaps more importantly,
it provides a means of communications in emergencies when other systems are
inoperative or overloaded. For fun, and for your safety and the safety of your family,
friends, and community, consider getting your Amateur Radio license this year.
Please contact any club member if you are interested. We are here to help.
1/1/15 Repeater receiver has been repaired. Thanks again to Bob and Darrell.
9//13/14 Thanks to Bob KA2FWN and Darrell K1DCC, the repeater is back up to full performance. Multiple receiver problems were corrected. We gained about 25 dB of receive sensitivity. This means if you needed 60 watts to get in before the repair, you should now be able to get in with about half a watt! It also means that transmissions from our Echolink radio are now being received full quieting at the repeater, so Echolink is now usable.
Repeater Etiquette: Manners
everyone should have when using a Repeater
The repeater is EchoLink enabled. Connect to AB2XN-R, or node number 427886. EchoLink is typically up weekday afternoons between approximately 1600 and 2200 local. Thanks to Dave AB2XN for maintaining the computer with EchoStation software and Frank KC2MRL for the link radio.
Constitution and By-laws Join the Club/ Renew membership
Northern New York Amateur Radio Association
Neighbor clubs: Boonville Rome Utica Hamilton County Madison - Oneida (moarc)
Thousand Islands Repeater Club Jefferson County OVARC (St. Lawrence County) Kingston Ontario
National Association For Amateur Radio (American Radio Relay League)
Why does Amateur Radio Exist? (Basis and Purpose according to FCC)
Links to more ham radio information.
Check LewisFirst for area information!
Last updated April 20, 2015.
Maintained by Pete Newell, KC2WI
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