We would like to invite you to come and visit us at our first meeting of 2010! It will begin at 7:00 pm Eastern time in the United Way conference room located in the Roane Co. Rescue Squad Building. Talk-in will be on the 147.120 K4EAJ repeater (+, 82.5).
Cliff Seger, KD4GT, will be teaching the entry-level Technician course starting the first Saturday in January. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The officer email addresses for the Roane Co. Amateur Radio Club has been changed to start sending email to the 2010 club officers.
If you have any questions or comments, please email us. We look forward to serving you during 2010!
- President: Phil Newman, KE4LSH – email@example.com
- Vice President: Cody Anderson, KI4FUV – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Secretary: Jim White, K4APY – email@example.com
- Treasurer: Kati Segar – firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you at our club meeting tonight at 7pm at the Roane County Rescue Squad Building in Midtown. Talk-in will be on the 147.015 MHz KE4RX repeater. Doors will open around 6:30pm.
2735 Roane State Hwy, Harriman, TN 37748
35.880104 N 84.562125 W
After a few years of tower work, while the antenna was on about a 20 foot mast, our repeater is back up and operating off it’s tower. There were several club members who showed up to help put the tower back up.
Join us on 147.015 for the Monday night net at 8:00pm and let us know how the repeater is working for you. For more information, email Cliff Segar email@example.com
Let us welcome you and your family to come visit us for Field Day 2009!
It is our biggest annual event, held the 4th full weekend in June every year. It’s an emergency training event and has a contesting element thrown in. Groups all across the country will begin setting up their equipment “in the field”, or a location you normally wouldn’t find an amateur station, at 10am eastern time. They have 4 hours to finish and start operating at 2pm eastern time.
They operate for 24 hours straight. The emergency part is to see how quickly they can set up a working station in a not-normal location. The contest part is to see how many contacts can be made in the 24 hour period using this make shift station.
We welcome you to come by and see what we do. We will be setting up at Fort Southwest Point in Kingston. It’s June 27 and 28. Setup will be from 10am to 2pm on the 27th. Operations will be from 2pm on the 27th to 2pm on the 28th.
Hope to see you there!
AT FIRST THIS PAGE HAD INCORRECT DATES FOR FIELD DAY. IT IS ACTUALLY JUNE 27 AND JUNE 28.
It’s that time of year again where Boy Scouts from all around the southeast will be coming to Camp Buck Toms in Rockwood. It all started today and it will run for 6 weeks. Every Wendsday and Thursday, if you can monitor the 147.015 MHz repeater, it would be a real help.
Part of the merit badge requirement is for the scouts to have a conversation on the air.
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
Roane County Amateur Radio Club and the Roane County Amateur Radio Emergency Service will be conducting radio operations from 2 pm Saturday until noon on Sunday 6/28 as part of an annual Field Day event. Those interested in antenna erection should plan to arrive at noon Saturday. There will also be a Rummage & Bake Sale Saturday afternoon 1 to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome at this FREE event to learn about and experience “ham radio.” Fort Southwest Point in Kingston on Hwy 58. For more info visit www.ke4rx.org or call Lou at 354-8367.
Due to some technical errors (and I don’t know what they are) I can’t add the video we’d like to to this post.
To see it go here. http://ke4rx.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/2009-field-day.wmv
The next meeting of the Roane County Amateur Radio Club will be on June 11th. Bring a Windows laptop if you have one to take part in our Field Day Network logging program demonstration.
We’ll show you how to use the program for everything you could need to do.
The network will be wireless but we will be able to handle up to 3 wired computers. If you need to connect by ethernet to the network, please bring your own peice. 25 foot or longer is reccomended.
Hope to see you there for a great meeting!
Remember that we have two weekly nets here in Roane County.
On Mondays, join us for the Roane County Amateur Radio Club net. It takes place on the KE4RX/r repeater at 8 pm eastern time. You don’t have to be a member of the club to check in and everyone is welcome.
On Tuesday nights, except for the 3rd Tuesday of the month, we have our ARES net. It’s also on the KE4RX/r repater at 9 pm. Everyone is welcome to check in, you don’t have to be a member of Roane ARES (or any ARES).