Our next regular NCRC meeting will be held on TUESDAY October 10th at 7:30 PM at KVH. NOTE: It is on TUESDAY because of the Columbus Day holiday.
The meeting will begin with a live teleconference with Bob Naumann, W5OV, about the K3LR super contest station. Following the teleconference we will have our regular business meeting which will include the second reading of bylaws changes plus a vote on them, as well as our final chance to discuss the upcoming JOTA event (October 20/21/22).
Hope to see you on TUESDAY October 10
We will be having a regular meeting of NCRC this Monday beginning at 7 PM at KVH in Middletown. In addition to a short business meeting, we will have a DSTAR Presentation by Bob WB4SON.
See you there!
Due to the state holiday, our next regular NCRC meeting will be at 7 PM on TUESDAY August 15 at KVH Manufacturing.
Following a short business meeting, Pete W1LAB will be giving a presentation on the recent Elizabeth Island Activation.
Please remember that Monday June 12 is our regular meeting at 7 PM, at KVH.
In addition to a brief business meeting, we will be discussing the final Field Day preparations. If you haven’t signed up for Saturday’s dinner yet, or even if you know you aren’t going, we would appreciate you taking a few seconds to fill out the form on this webpage linked below. Calling 100 members is quite a task, and those that fill in the form really help us out! If you aren’t going type a zero 0 in the number attending field.
Field Day 2017 – Please Sign Up for Dinner Sat June 24
After the business meeting, there will be the first of a number of reviews of logging software. Monday’s meeting will cover N3FJP’s Amateur Contact Log, which also happens to be the software we will be using at the GOTA station for Field Day.
Hard to believe it is meeting time again, but we will get together at 7:00 PM at KVH 75 Enterprise Drive, Middletown RI.
We will start our Field Day planning and have a short business meeting.
After the business meeting, Paul K1YBE, will have a demonstration of the Pixie transmit signal and how the standard filter does not attenuate the 2nd harmonic enough to produce a pure sine wave.
See you tomorrow night!