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The History of Radio and Good Feedback on our Website

07/11/2014 14:16
I just wanted to say thank you for your  (web) page.  My name is Joy, and my friends and I are starting an amateur radio enthusiasts club. We wanted to  compile a list of resources for all the potential members to share at the first meeting. Your page had some great resources for this. Thanks so much for sharing!! I also wanted to share an resource on the history of the radio that my daughter, Lizzie, found while helping me research: ...

Presentation on JT-65 by Lon Martin K0WJ

04/25/2014 14:31
Thank you Lon for a great presentation on JT-65.  You can find his Power Point presentation under the "Technical" Tab above.
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JCRAC

Welcome to nonprofit organization 501(c)(3)  EIN 48-1071476 dedicated to the advancement of Amateur Radio.  The club is involved in various public service events and many members are involved in other public service associated programs such as A.R.E  .S., E.C.S. and SATERN.

President's Corner

July 2014

Field Day for 2014 is now over.  Presently we are working on pulling all the documentation for the ARRL Field Day sub-mission.  Air temperatures were easy on both the equipment and people.  I did hear someone ask for a jacket Sunday morning.  If only the thunderstorms that stopped operations twice on Saturday could have passed further to the south or north.

Thanks to everyone that helped make Field Day a success.  The list is long. Jay (WJ0X) did a great job with coordinating the event again this year.  There was plenty of help with setup and tear down.  The break down was accomplished in about one hour.  I believe that is the fastest tear down for Field Day we have ever done.  The GOTA station in the Salvation Army communication vehicle had a steady stream of operators all coached by Brian (KC0BS).  The food Saturday was great thanks to Ron (W0AAU). The networking of the stations log was watched over carefully by Bill (KC4TKL).  We must also thank Shawnee Mission Park personnel.  They not only allowed us to operate from the Park, but made sure that the grass was cut where the phone station was located.  The Park Rangers were always a welcome site.

Thanks for all those that provided the equipment for the stations.  Saturday we had several people take their exam for their Amateur license.  Thanks to Norma for making this happen once again this year.

The park has proved to be a great location for public exposure.  We had large number of people visit the site again this year.

With Field Day behind us the next Club event is the WWI Special Event Station in September.

 

73's

Bill KA2FNK, President

Financials

The Treasurer's Report for June 13, 2014

Cash on Hand     $ 197.94
Checking Account $ 377.67
Savings Account $ 9,246.96
Total $ 9,822.57
   
Repeater Operating Reserve $ 576.05
Memorial Fund $ 150.00

 

Upcomming Events

***See "Events" Tab for more information***

September 6 through 7 --  Special Event Station sponsored by Johnson County RAC.  The National World War I Museum is teaming with area amateur radio operators to host special event station WW1USA from the grounds of the Liberty Memorial for 31 consecutive hours from Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. through Sunday, Sept. 7 at 5 p.m. During this time, station operators will contact hundreds of other amateur radio operators across the world. Individuals are welcome to serve as a guest operator of WW1USA at any time during regular Museum hours with all guests receiving a special amateur radio operator certificate.

October 24 and 25  --  Auction and the Ensor Museum

LARRY'S LIST

www.larryslist.info

Amateur Radio events listed on this site are compiled from Larry's List emails - sent by Larry Staples WØAIB. This site is an addition to his emails conveying the wealth of material in an easy-to-read, consistent format by category of interest. These events generally have fixed schedules. For more time sensitive information, subscribe to Larry's List and get up-to-the-minute messages and announcements delivered by email.

Weekly Net Check-ins

443.725 Repeater 145.29 Repeater
Date # Date #
Jul-2 NR Jul-36 19
Jul-9 NR Jul-10 22
Jul-16 13 Jul-17 26
Jul-23 20 Jul-24  

 

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