Apparently results were not so hot yesterday on 20 meters, so they have decided to operate on 40 meter SSB (7.225 to 7.255 MHz) starting about 4 PM today (Wednesday) in addition to 2 meter FM on 146.55 MHz
Call sign is W1SYE, and they would like to get back an exchange from you like “599 Individual RI”. Their exchange would be “599 School RI”
This week,February 12-16, 2018, you can help youngsters all over the US by giving them a call on the radio during the School Club Roundup. Information on the School Club Roundup can be found here: http://www.arrl.org/school-club-roundup
NEW >>> NCRC members are providing radio training and stations at Pell School on Dexter St. in Newport on Monday(12) , Tuesday(13) and Wednesday(13). If you can assist with logistics, be a mentor on the HF or 2m radios, or just want to observe the excitement of the students, please stop by between 3 and 5 on Tuesday or Wednesday. Bring ID and use the main entrance after parking across the street from the building. Ask for Mike Cullen. Antenna setup starts around 2:30 each day. Our HTs will be listening to 146.55 (.55) simplex inside the building
We will likely be on 20 m at 14.250-14.280 if you want to talk to a student from your shack. We will use our repeater on 2m and will try 40 m too. See the story in the Feb Modulator for more local details. >>>>
All amateur bands except 60, 30, 17 and 12 meters are permitted.
Repeaters are not to be used. Only recognized simplex frequencies may be used. U. S. A. examples include 144.90-145.00; 146.49, .55, 58; and 147.42, .45, .48, .51, .54 and .57 MHz. The national calling frequency, 146.52 MHz, may not be used. Similar restrictions apply in other countries.
Suggested HF Frequencies:
Phone (MHz): 1.855-1.865; 3.850-3.880; 7.225-7.255; 14.250-14.280; 21.300-21.330; 28.440-28.460
CW (MHz): 1.800-1.810; 3.530-3.540; 7.030-7.040; 14.030-14,.040; 21.130-21.140; 28.130-28.140