Author Archives: Matt Holden (KØBBC)
MN Repeater Council Spring 2019 Newsletter is now available.
Next meeting is April 20th in Willmar, MN.
Looks like Steve AAØP has our dues paid up.
We don’t receive many QSL cards these days. W3MMM sent us a card for working us in the 2017 Minnesota QSO Party. Triple M worked triple A…
Join us December 4th, at 7 P.M., for a holiday party at Davanni’s 8605 Lyndale Ave S, Bloomington, MN 55420
This is a joint gathering of Bloomington AUXCOMM and the Bloomington Amateur Radio Association. All area amateur radio operators, and those interested in amateur radio, are invited to attend.
There is no club meeting on the first Tuesday in November because its election day.
Our usual conference room is used by the city election committee this evening.
Get out and vote and we’ll see you the following week, Tuesday November 13th at 7:30 PM or at the December holiday party, at Davanni’s, on Tuesday December 4th.
443.1750+ is an open repeater supporting analog FM and Digital C4FM modes.
You need to send DCS tone 047 when you transmit on FM mode. Digital mode doesn’t require tones and CTCSS (PL) tones are not supported.
DCS 047 is sent, by the repeater, on the downlink to help keep interference out of your radio and squelch out digital transmissions if your radio doesn’t support them.
A big thank you to Randy “Max” Wendel and Andrew Laventure for their effort to return this repeater back on the air after 18 months of sitting in a closet.
Effective output is about 35W on an antenna 100 feet up the Logan Avenue tower.
Paul Bittner, WØAIH, will be the special guest of the Stillwater Amateur Radio Association on Saturday September 8th.
Paul has a massive multi radio multi operator contest station in Wisconsin. He has built most of the antennas, towers and equipment to put it all together by himself. He is master tinkerer and can fix just about anything. He has amateur radio friends, around the world, and has had the opportunity to visit many of them in person.
He has an outgoing personality and tells great stories. If you’re lucky, you might get invited to visit his “shack” East of Eau Claire, WI.
7:30 A.M. Breakfast at Perkins Restaurant 2050 W Frontage Rd Stillwater, MN 55082
9:00 A.M. Meeting at Boutwells Landing, Auditorium A, 5600 Norwich Pkwy, Oak Park Heights, MN 55082
As we head into fall, here’s an outdoor operating event that won’t require a winter parka…
We began the 2018 season of Radios in the Park back in May with the New Ham Night session. Tomorrow, we wrap up the scheduled sessions with another evening at Valley View Park in Oak Park Heights, beginning around 5:30 PM.
Amateur Radio Extra Class License Study Class – September 2018
Want to increase your radio knowledge and bragging rights? Come join this study class using the Gordon West materials. This class is sponsored by the Maple Grove Radio Club – a service oriented club serving the Northwest suburbs.
When: Thursday’s starting September 20th. Class usually runs twelve weeks.
Class time 6:45 – 9:15 pm
Where: Maple Grove Fire Station #2 – Upper entrance
13450 Maple Knoll Way – Corner of Elm Creek Blvd and Maple Knoll Way
Cost: $10 registration fee due first night of class. You will also need to purchase the Gordon West text book for about $22.
Details will be emailed to you after you register for the class.
To Register or get answers to your questions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your name, Address, and phone contact information as well as your email address.
The Extra Class License exam will be offered on the last night of class for an additional $15 fee.
Please share this information with you fellow hams.
Gordy Hanson N0ZRD
Maple Grove Radio Club