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|***Every Wednesday at 8:00 PM on a Repeater TBD. Stayed Tuned.....|
|***Every Thursday at 8:00 PM on 145.290 MHz (-) 151.4 Hz tone.
|Upcoming Meetings & Programs|
July 14, 2017 7:30 pm
- Field Day 2017 Video and Debriefing.
July 28, 2017 7:30 pm- APRS, Messaging, and 10 things you didn't know you could do with APRS by Brian Short, KC0BS
Field Day 2017 -- "In the Books"
Field Day 2017 by the Number (stats) ==> FD 2017 Data PDF.pdf
Links to Various Videos
|Video by Jaimie Carolson AD0AB ==>
Gerard V. Jebaily - Meteorologist and Stormchaser, KSHB 41 Action News, Kansas City
Perfect weather today! I took storm tracker out and spent some time out near Shawnee Mission Park with the Johnson County Radio Amateurs Club for Field Day!!! I put my HAM license to good use and.....I have posted a video clip from our newscast featuring you all at Field Day! You can find it on my facebook page at ==>
|Video by Rick Payne, K0RHP ==>
|Video by John Caulfield, K0FUZ ==>
Field Day 2017 is over and we have submitted the paper work to ARRL. As with past years there is a large list of persons that put in the extra effort that resulted in a successful Field Day for the club.
Jay Greenough, WJØX, did a great job coordinating the event again this year. The new location presented some new challenges. Bill Warrington, KC4TKL, quickly developed and improved networking plan for the logging which worked faultlessly ... until the generator ran out of gas and the UPS battery was drained. We have talked about expanding the solar ability to the network for next year. Brian Short, KCØBS, served as the head coach for the Get On The Air station At times, the Salvation Army communication vehicle was standing room only, as Coach Brian explained amateur radio capabilities. Norma Hatfield, WØKC, and her testing team occupied the testing tent. The National Guard unit was a great addition to our Field Day event Saturday. We hope to have them back next year.
Channel 41 meteorologist Gerard Jebaily, WX4STM, spent just over two hours with us and made a couple of contacts. He included his visit that evening with video chips during the news broadcast. The weather could not have been better starting Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon.
Bill KA2FNK, President
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Cal Lewandowski, KC0CL.
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Welcome to the JOHNSON COUNTY RADIO AMATEURS CLUB'S website. We are a 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.
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.
Club Member Polo Shirt Order Form
We are Putting Together ANOTHER Club Shirt Order! As soon as enough orders come in we will place the order. Here is the order form for Club Shirts: JCRACShirtReOrderForm.pdf
Email completed form to email@example.com of bring to club meeting. Payment may be made at club meeting, via PayPal or mailed to JCRAC, PO Box 93, Shawnee Mission, KS 66201-0093. Cash, Check, Credit or PayPal Accepted (firstname.lastname@example.org)