Ham Radio Classes Forming Now!

The Wayne County Amateur Radio Assoc. will be holding a 8 week course where you can learn everything you need to earn your Technician (entry level) FCC Amateur Radio License.

The Technician license is your gateway to the world-wide excitement of Amateur Radio … and now you do NOT need to learn Morse code!

Classes begin on Sept. 25th at 6pm

Wayne Community College

Holly Building, Rm 223

To join, contact: Peter M. Wene, WA5T

Send Pete an email if you would like to attend so we know how many Study Guides to buy.

919-440-2937

pete@wene.net

 

Electrical Engineering link….lots of good apps

What is HAM Radio……..click here

Herman Munster and Ham Radio

Amateur Radio a 21st Century Hobby

REPEATER STATUS

2 Meter Repeater 146.85 (-) 88.5 Hz Tone (K4CYP) Status: On the Air.

70cm Repeater 443.00 (+) 88.5 Hz Tone (K4CYP) Status: On the air ( We have replaced the Hard line and moved the antenna up ~ 65 additional feet).

Our repeaters are Linked via a 70cm radio at the VHF site.  Additionally, both the repeaters have emergency backup power.

ECHOLINK via K4CYP-R Node 858227

WCARA NET SCHEDULE

2 Meter/70cm Net Thursday night at 8:30pm local On the WCARA Repeaters          Net Control Operator:  Pete Wene, WA5T

EchoLink (K4CYP-R Node 858227) is connected to the 2 meter repeater.  If you are out of town you can still check in via Echolink.

6 Meter Net  8:30pm local every Tuesday evening on 50.140 Mhz SSB.
Net Control Operator:  Pete Wene, WA5T. (if at net time the frequency is occupied please look for us 3,6,9, or 12 KHz down from 50.140