For all of those Technician licensees out there or those who are interested in getting their Technician and General , CCARA will be planning to offer a General License class series this fall! Dates have not yet been set as we are gauging interest in the class series and working on schedules. There is no cost to take the class and it will be followed by a free Laurel exam session. Click Here. Additional information and access to member only sections. No Spam, Free. I know several of the clubs members participated in the 13 Colonies Special Event the July 4th week.
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Cincinnati Area Ham Radio Nets
It passes routine traffic and emergency communications between Radio Amateurs located in any country where passing third-party traffic is permitted. It also provides a forum for "rag-chewing" when there is no traffic to pass. Its primary function is to pass traffic from maritime mobiles and service personnel deployed overseas, but it also assists by passing traffic for missionaries and persons working abroad. Member stations in North America, New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands take position reports, weather observations, and other traffic from Pacific Ocean vessels. The International RV Service Nets provide meeting places for RV hams to contact each other on the road and exchange travel conditions, weather, and other information. All appropriately licensed Radio Amateurs are welcome to check in.
Nets & Repeater
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We maintain a backup repeater on the same frequency just north of the Fulton County Fairgrounds for emergency purposes and continuous coverage. Thanks to K8LI for allowing open access to his repeater equipment, located just north of Delta. This repeater operates on both 2 meter at More information can be found at the K8LI website. The location is the backup repeater site, northwest of Wauseon and it operates on a frequency of