Activities:

The hobby and service known as Amateur Radio attracts operators from all walks of life. As such, our members enjoy many different aspects of the activity. Some of us like to chase DX and contact stations thousands of miles away. Others like to build our own equipment and are happy enough when the magic smoke doesn't escape when we turn on the power.

Our members operate with everything from base stations large enough to have their own rooms, to hand-held radios which can be stuffed in a backpack for that next trip up Mount Monadnock.

VEC: ARRL/VEC
Sponsor: CCDX ARC

Date: September 17, 2022 
Time:  3 PM  (Walk-ins allowed) 
Contact: Jeffrey W. Mungovan
(603) 680-1978
Email: jeff.mungovan@yahoo.com

Location: CT River Sportsmen's Club
125 Whitcomb Rd
Swanzey NH 03446-2215

Doors open @ 2:30 PM   ► ►  Must bring FRN
Pre-registration preferred
Swanzey NH 03446-2215
 

Date: September 25, 2022
Link to:  Clarence DeMar Marathon
The CCDX club is looking for volunteers to help out with the Clarence DeMar Marathon on September 25 2022.
If you would like to volunteer please let me know at kb5stc.gd@gmail.com.

Thank you
George
WA5GAD

              
NH A.R.E.S.:

EC, Cheshire County
Larry Levesque KA1VGM
ka1vgm@gmail.com

Amateur Radio Emergency Services - ARES is one of our many ways to give back to the community and one of our main reasons for keeping the frequencies the have. Helping other communicate in an emergency is our main role.

  • Cheshire County ARES Net: Third Wednesday of the month, 7:30PM - K1TQY (146.805 - PL 100.0 Hz)
  • Cheshire County VHF Simplex Frequency:  147.540   
  • NH-NBEMS  meets on Saturday mornings at 0730 on 3582.00 kHz, using the  Fldigi software. 
  • Link to  NH - ARES web page

As a reminder all Fldigi and Winlink  resources that we use in NH ARES are found on N1GBs site:  https://gblakesl.net/N1GB/N1GB_ARES.htmlThis is intentional so we don't duplicate efforts and have consistent information.
If you need help setting up these modes contact N1GB and K1EHZ.

One thing that is highly recommended is that everyone keep a list of all call signs, names, locations and order checked in of all stations on the net. This will allow you to know when it is your turn as well as also be able to pick up as net control operator if needed.

To that end here is a link to my "database" of stations that check into either the Cheshire County ARES net or the CCDX 2-meter and 10-meter nets. This can be used with W1HKJ's FLNET software or you can use it as a basis of your own cheat-sheet to keep track of net check-ins. 


Social Meetings:

Saturday Mornings:
9:00 am at
Jeanne's Restaurant
767 West Swanzey Road (Rt 10)
West Swanzey, NH

Sunday Afternoons:
3:00 pm at;
Dunkin
828 Court Street
Keene, NH 03431

Before the Club Meetings:

 Note:  This may be cancelled, if not meeting in Marlborough.
5:15 pm at
 Lee & Mt. Fuji
Main Street
Marlborough, NH

Published on 06/25/2016, 12:07:30.
Last updated 25 days ago.