Welcome To KC7NYR Amateur Radio HomePage ~ Last Updated 4/20/10

Northwest Traffic and Training Net Newsletter

The NTTN Newslewtter called Transend is ready to download and enjoy! It was written by Dave, N7YSS, NTTN Net Manager. To download just right click on this link and save link or target as and it will download to your computer. You can also click on the link and open it directly. There is also a link under the catagories section you can click on. Enjoy!

 

Please join the NTTN net daily at 6:05 p.m. in order to coordinate local traffic with cycle 4 of the National Traffic System. The net is sanctioned to meet on the linked repeaters of the Western Oregon Radio Club, Inc. Frequecy, 145.27, 145.43, 145.47, 146.80, and 443.150 mhz repeaters, all having a pl tone of 107.2.

 

Current Website Status & Reconstruction Project
The first step in redesigning my website is under way and I hope you enjoy the new design. I wanted to make the page structure more appealing and easier to read along with a more professional look. Reorgainizing the subject content so the visitor expierence is one to remember is the new direction my homepage is going.

 

As the pages are under construction, please check back often for updates. I originally built this site back in 1998 for Amateur Radio Emergency Service here in the state of Oregon. Although this information will still be available, the new direction will now focus on a wide variety of Amateur Radio topics. If there is any subject you would like to see, please send me an e-mail and I will review your request and get it posted if its in alignment with my new homepage direction.

73 Mark, KC7NYR


Thank You QSL.Net!
I would like to thank QSL.Net for Hosting this website free of charge and has been doing so for many years. If you are instrested in hosting your Amateur Radio website on their servers, please contact them directly. Please make a donation if you user their services, so it will remain a free to all users.

 


ARES - Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Brief History
Throughout our history, we amateurs have established a reputation for public service communications which is of the greatest importance to our continued occupation of frequencies. At first, this service was rendered spontaneously and on an individual basis. As time progressed, the need for and value of organization became evident, resulting in the establishment of organized trunk lines and net systems; later the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) and the National Traffic System (NTS) were formed to complete the organizatin. The Field Organization includes the combined facilities of the Amateur Radio Emergency Service, as it has developed since 1935, and the National Traffic System, which was begun in 1949.