147.320 PL 192.8
442.650 PL 192.8
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve the repeater operation. Your generous donation will fund our mission. Annual dues are $37 which includes a $2 convenience fee.
The use of Q codes in Ham Radio is well known. Here is a comprehensive list complements of N5MSE.
The Club is pleased to announce that VE testing in person is back.
Contact us if you would like to sit for a license test.
Beginning 3/25/2021 there will be a new simplex net hosted by KI5DVX and AA5JA on 147.500 mHz @7PM CDT. It will be held every Thursday thereafter at the same time and frequency.
It is a directed net and any licensed ham is welcome to check in and get acknowledged for the round table rag-chew. It will end when everyone is tired of talking. Come one come all.
The latest addition to the Club repeater improvements has a new band available to everyone. 70cm joins our 2m coverage here in Montague County.
Find us on the 442.650 frequency PL 192.8. Stay tuned for improvements and upgrades into 2021.
The following link will provide you with antenna and QTH heights relative to the Montague antenna site. It is contained in the members only so you may need to provide your password.
ARRL Radiogram blank worksheet available on the Ham Materials page.
The Club calendar now contains the Nets, Club Meeting, next VE test dates, and Birthdays of members.
Ham equipment for sale is located HERE.
Net Control can access and download a Tuesday check-in form.
Member weather stations are now online here.
Weather training classes are posted and updated as needed.
Amber, KI5OQV, does custom call sign vehicle IDs. These are made for the outdoors. Contact Amber directly for custom and pricing.
Jeremy W5WKD does custom 3D printing of anything you might need for your Ham Radio station or around the shack. Contact him directly to discuss what he can do.
A 'Texas flag' name badge has been commissioned with the new Club logo in place of the white star. Want one?
Tornado in Oklahoma on 4/22.
Pecos Hank does a great job on this special report. Lightening is forever a danger to us all. I learned a lot of new info with his video.