There are no restrictions as to sex, race, color, age, religion, or national origin. Anyone interested in becoming a ham and needing help and info, please attend our meetings. Please enjoy it and let us know what you would like to see included too. In an attempt to provide an organized list of local Northeast Ohio Amateur Radio nets, I've been scanning for nets and and monitoring frequencies in the 70 cm, 2, 6 and 10 meter bands as time permits. Monthly Meetings Our Meetings are on the second Monday of each month at 7: Operating from our local hospital. Information for Section Traffic Reports.
Amateur Radio HF Phone Nets Heard in Ohio
Come join us on the DMR Net each week too. We have a full week ahead in the club. Enter thru the rear parking lot door and go down a few short steps. The repeater is now operating with our own duplexers. Repeater Status Check the status of Clark County amateur radio repeaters here.
Central Ohio Traffic Net
Alliance Amateur Radio Club P. Western Reserve Radio Assoc. A special thank you to the following volunteers who assisted with this years event. We welcome all visitors who want to know more about the club or becoming a Amateur Radio operator. Most recent by laws were posted, we can vote on the changes. Breakfast meeting are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at a location that is announced prior to meeting. Digital packet communications were utilized to synchronize the nearly parade units making up this years parade.
Click Here to read the latest Section News. L ocal A mateur R adio N ets. While this has worked for routine short range communications, parade organizers have relied on the discipline and experience of amateur operators to handle urgent communications needs and especially medical traffic that occurs throughout the nearly two and a half mile parade route. Continuing this year, in a reorganization of parade communications, our responsibilities covered four separate areas, each with it's own control point. These pictures are now posted on the photo page.