I received this through one of my on-line groups.

    BAMA now has a A-Z list of manuals / eBooks.  Here's the link:    http://bama.edebris.com/manuals/ebooks/

Regards,
Greg Fitch
KB1EZJ

ARRL@arrl 9h9 hours ago

Youngsters on the Air Event for the whole month of December! http://ow.ly/jpt1306KMmN  #ARRL #HamRadiopic.twitter.com/RnreJGJVXa

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SKYWARN Recognition Day Activities

SKYWARN Recognition Day begins this Friday, December 2nd, at 7PM, and runs for 24 hours. We encourage anyone who is interested to get on the air from WX1GYX during this fun event. If you can't make it in person, please look for us on the bands!

The object is for all amateur stations to exchange QSO information, including call sign, signal report, QTH, and a brief description of the weather occuring at your site, with as many NWS stations as possible on 80-10m, 6m, 2m, and 70cm. Contacts via repeaters are permitted. SKYWARN Recognition Day serves to celebrate the contributions to public safety made by amateur radio operators during threatening weather.

For more information about SKYWARN Recognition Day, please
click here.

White Mountain Amateur Radio Club Holiday Gathering

posted Nov 16, 2018, 4:19 PM by Greg Fitch   [ updated Dec 7, 2018, 4:32 PM ]

KB!EZJ Claus
This years WMARC holiday gathering will be on Thursday December 13th at the Conway Library in the Ham Community Room.  Early birds at 5:30 with the meeting starting at 6pm.  This will be a put luck dinner with a yankee swap.  If you are going to bring some food to share please let Greg know.  For the yankee swap keep it on the affordable side with gag gifts being most welcome.

  • Alan W1PTO - Chicken Kiev
  • Larry N1XUX - Apple Crisp
  • Mark W1QB - Chili
  • John AC1CN - ?

August Club Meeting, August 9

posted Aug 3, 2018, 9:37 PM by Greg Fitch

FT-8, the New Digital Mode
Ed Erny NZ1Q has returned to the valley for the summer and will be giving a presentation on the new digital mode, FT-8. The worldwide Ham community began using this new mode last year and it has overtaken all other digital modes on the bands.  Ed will describe how FT-8 works, how to use it and will also live demo the mode with his SDR rig at the meeting.  Don't miss this presentation about the newest, hottest mode sweeping Amateur Radio.

Meeting will be held at the Tim Mountain Conservation Center
1245 Bald Hill Road Albany, NH
5:30 to 8:00 PM

Anyone needs info please call 603 759 6671

July 12 meeting will be a Cookout

posted Jul 11, 2018, 6:48 PM by Greg Fitch


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 bringing brownies 

Meeting will be held at the Tim Mountain Conservation Center
1245 Bald Hill Road Albany, NH
5:30 to 8:00 PM

Anyone needs info please call 603 759 6671

Field Day Photos

posted Jun 24, 2018, 5:56 PM by Greg Fitch   [ updated Jun 24, 2018, 6:02 PM ]


Please go to our FB page to see photos from this year's Field Day. 

Field Day 2018

posted Jun 18, 2018, 6:43 PM by Greg Fitch

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 dishes for Saturday's pot luck.

Everyone is welcome to come - operate a radio for a bit, visit, socialize, eat. Come for an hour, come for the evening or come for the day. It's a good time.

Tin Mountain Conservation Center
1245 Bald Hill Road Albany, NH

July 12 meeting will be a Cookout

posted Jun 18, 2018, 6:11 PM by Greg Fitch

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 bringing brownies 

Meeting will be held at the Tim Mountain Conservation Center
1245 Bald Hill Road Albany, NH
5:30 to 8:00 PM

Anyone needs info please call 603 759 6671

June Club Meeting, June 14

posted May 30, 2018, 9:32 PM by Greg Fitch   [ updated May 30, 2018, 9:35 PM ]

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 dirt logging roads in Western Maine and Northern New Hampshire. After working this event for about 5 years as a amateur radio operator Tim just recently took on the job as Chief of Communications for this year's event. Come listen to Tim and see why the NEFR is one of his favorite public service events and why he views it as "perhaps the most challenging public service event I (he) knows of ". To learn more, please go to https://w3atb.com/new-england-forest-rally-ham-radio/ 

Conway Public Library, downstairs in the Ham Room. 
Early birds at 5:30 pm; meeting starts at 6:00 pm. 
As always, bring a friend and/or a kid.

May Club Meeting, May 10, 2018

posted May 8, 2018, 4:26 PM by Greg Fitch   [ updated May 9, 2018, 6:12 AM ]

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 Albany. We have a lot to go over!  We need operators, people to help setup and break down, and help with food prep and cleanup. Come and help with this fun national radio event.

Conway Public Library, downstairs in the Ham Room. 
Early birds at 5:30 pm; meeting starts at 6:00 pm. 
As always, bring a friend and/or a kid.

NEAR-Fest May 4 & 5

posted Apr 30, 2018, 4:59 PM by Greg Fitch

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 3:00 pm Saturday. Admission is $10. NEAR-Fest is the largest event of its kind in the Northeast and has once been described as the “Woodstock of Amateur Radio”. For more information go to http://www.near-fest.com/?page_id=1575.  

April Club Meeting, April 12, 2018

posted Mar 30, 2018, 7:05 PM by Greg Fitch

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 of us entered the amateur radio hobby in a number of different ways. Whether it was the Class B license of the 30s and 40s, the Novice license of the 50s through the 90s, or the current Technician class license. Bruce looks at the history of entry level license requirements and conditions, what's worked and what hasn't, and what it means for attracting youth to the hobby.

Conway Public Library, downstairs in the Ham Room. 
Early birds at 5:30 pm; meeting starts at 6:00 pm. 
As always, bring a friend and/or a kid.

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