Club Wheatshocker Nets

***Every Wednesday***
#1 - 8:00 PM Fusion Digital on 442.600 MHz.
#2 - After the Digital Net is the 40m                 Roundtable around 7.273 MHz LSB.

***Every Thursday***
#1 -  8:00 PM on 145.290 MHz(-) with a         151.4 Hz tone.
#2 - After the 2m Net is the 10m Roundtable  on 28.475 MHz USB.


Upcoming Meetings & Programs

July 13, 2018  7:00 pm

- Field Day Video and a short Presentation on the Antenna used at the Phone Station showing the antenna map and Patterns

July 27, 2018 7:00 pm




For Field Day 2018 Videos and Information click on the "Field Day" Tab at the Top of the Homepage.



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:  JCRACShirt2018OrderFormV2.pdf

Email completed form to 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 (


President's Corner

July 2018

Field Day 2018 is now in the log. By all accounts, everyone had a great time. As always, many people put in extra effort to make Field Day a success. It was great to see Keith and Barbara and have them with us for Field Day Coordinator Jay (WJØX) was outstanding. He was on edge about the arrival of the tents Friday, but they were there when needed. Bill (KC4TKL) and the improved power for the network logging system worked flawlessly. The entire network was solar powered. No worry that someone would fail to keep the generator fueled like last year. The solar phone stations, the logging network, the welcome tent talk-in and the NTS messaging stations all used the solar system.

Coach Brian (KCØBS) explained amateur radio capability to standing room crowds in the Salvation Army communication vehicle. Norma and her testing team were positioned qualified two new technicians, a general and an extra at the testing tent. The National Guard visited us again and a few made contacts using the GOTA station.

Gerard Jebaily (WX4STM) from channel 41 dropped by again this year. He visited the phone stations and showed off a drone and the 41 jeep. The Salvation Army set up one of its canteens and served snacks and drinks Saturday.

A little rain occurred Friday night and some more as we were breaking down were the only thing that dampened the weather. No oppressive temperatures Saturday or Sunday.


Bill KA2FNK, President


by "Van" VanDaveer K0HCV

Here is a link to an excelent explination of the Yaesu System Fusion published on Larry's List Nov 22, 2017

===> Yaesu System Fusion 101 by Van K0HCV.pdf


by "Van" VanDaveer K0HCV

Here is a link to an excelent explination of the Yaesu Fusion Rooms and Nodes published on Larry's List Nov 24, 2017

===> Yaesu Fusion Rooms and Nodes 101.pdf


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Cal Lewandowski,  KC0CL.

Treasurer - Johnson County Radio Amateurs Club, Inc



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.



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.