Welcome to the online home of the White Mountain Amateur Radio Club, W1MWV, located in the Mount Washington Valley in Northern New Hampshire. The goal of the White Mountain Amateur Radio Club is to promote an interest in amateur radio and to establish friendships among members and visitors. In doing this WMARC is constantly creating a network of amateur radio operators who can provide communications during times of disaster or emergencies. The WMARC holds their monthly meetings every second Thursday of the month at the Conway Public Library in Conway, New Hampshire. The weekly net on the club repeater is held every Friday night at 7:00PM EST. If you are not in the Conway area and feel like you are missing out, don't! The WMARC repeater has an Echo Link node, KB1EZJ-R node number 671954. Check in with the net wherever you are in the world via Echo Link!


Club News

  • Field Day 2018 This weekend July 23-24 we will be participating in Field Day starting with a pot luck supper around 5:00 pm.We are looking for a few more casserole ...
    Posted Jun 18, 2018, 6:43 PM by Greg Fitch
  • July 12 meeting will be a Cookout The Club will serve Hamburgers, Hotdogs, and corn. Looking for a few people to bring macaroni salad, potato salad, and maybe some Italian bread, or rolls. Greg KB1EZJ will be ...
    Posted Jun 18, 2018, 6:11 PM by Greg Fitch
  • June Club Meeting, June 14 Tim Carter W3ATB will be coming this month to speak about the New England Forest Rally (NEFR), a two-day sanctioned automotive rally that takes place on both paved and ...
    Posted May 30, 2018, 9:35 PM by Greg Fitch
  • May Club Meeting, May 10, 2018 Field Day Planning Meeting: This Thursday the monthly meeting will be about Field Day.  Field Day is the 23rd and 24th of June at the Tin Mountain Conservation Center in ...
    Posted May 9, 2018, 6:12 AM by Greg Fitch
  • NEAR-Fest May 4 & 5 The New England Amateur Radio Festival is this Friday and Saturday at the Deerfield Fairgrounds, Deerfield, NH. Gates open at 9:00 am on May 4 and close at 3 ...
    Posted Apr 30, 2018, 4:59 PM by Greg Fitch
  • April Club Meeting, April 12, 2018 Entry Level Licensing - What's Worked and What Hasn't -  Our guest speaker this month is Bruce Blain, K1BG, from the Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club in Pepperell Ma. All ...
    Posted Mar 30, 2018, 7:05 PM by Greg Fitch
  • CVRC Ham Flea Market, Sunday, March 18 CVRC 2018 Indoor CVRC Ham Flea Market Sunday March 18, 2018 The Henniker Community School Henniker, NH (West of Concord) Talk-in: Call K1BKE 146.895 (-600 kHz, PL: 100Hz ...
    Posted Mar 5, 2018, 5:33 PM by Greg Fitch
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SKYWARN ACTIVATION REQUESTED - SATURDAY, DEC. 22-23, 2017


MESSAGE FROM NWS GRAY:

GYX SKYWARN Ham Operators,

There is a potential for significant amounts of freezing rain (and snow in the mountains) Saturday. We will be looking for reports, especially of freezing rain amounts. We will also take any reports you receive of snowfall amounts today, but full activation is not necessary.

Travel is expected to be hazardous Saturday, so do not travel to the office if you do not feel it is safe to do so. Activation from your home location and emailed or phone call reports are fine. Please monitor our Hazardous Weather Outlook and our Forecast Discussion for the most updated information.

 

Thank you,

NWS Gray, ME



SKYWARN activation is requested for this evening and tomorrow to monitor the potential for significant freezing rain and icing. Eric KC1HJK is currently monitoring the KQ1L system, and the 147.090 (+ / 100) repeater in Falmouth, ME for reports, so please support him by calling in your snowfall measurements and observations. If anyone else is able to, please activate local weather nets to facilitate the collection of reports and forward by phone or email.

Below is a link to the NWS Gray Hazardous Weather Outlook:

Hazardous Weather Outlook

Net Control Scripts for severe weather events are available here.

Reports may be emailed at any time to: gyx.skywarn@noaa.gov
 

Be alert and stay safe.

73'

Tim Watson
KB1HNZ




Recent Secretary Meeting Minutes

  • 10 november 16 club meeting notes.pdf   6030k - Nov 15, 2016, 6:15 PM by Greg Fitch (v1)
  • 11 august 16 club meeting notes.pdf   37k - Aug 14, 2016, 12:51 PM by Greg Fitch (v1)
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Repeater Information

  • The W1MWV repeater is located atop Mt. Cranmore in North Conway, NH
  • NEWIf you are in the area and want to listen in or join in conversations set your radio for 145.450 with a negative offset and a PL Tone of 100hz and 448.775 with a negative offset and a PL Tone of 100hz. The VHF and UHF repeaters on Mt. Cranmore are Yaesu Fusion analog and digital capable. Our new repeater on Mt. Washington is 448.225 with a negative offset and a PL Tone of 88.5hz.
  • Check out the repeater on Echo Link: KB1EZJ-R, node: 671954
Announcements

  • Upcoming meeting on June 14, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Conway Public Library. Early Birds 5:30 pm. All are welcome!
  • Visit our Facebook and Twitter page: http://www.facebook.com/w1mwv and http://twitter.com/w1mwv and add post about your amateur radio experiences.  Members and visitors are welcome!
  • Need equipment repaired?  Jim, W1KJ, has recommended --------------------------------------  Contact Jim at w1kj@w1mwv.com for more information.

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