Scottsdale Arizona North Ham Radio Group
Sunday's Net at 7pm
We will be using our new repeater, we are calling it the RainTree Repeater. It is working. Here are the settings to enter for your radio :
Repeater frequencies: RX: 445.625 -offset Tone 127.3, RainTree Repeater Callsign AG7UH
Back Up Repeater: RX: 448.82500 - offset Tone Tone 100.0, Thompson Peak Repeater
Every Tuesday Night @ 7pm Except as noted below.
Location: Zoom meeting. Link here
-Ham actions in an emergency
-Stake exercise in March
-Emergency ham standby radio frequency
-Radio's in the park
Congratulations to our new operators and advancements
4 of 4 people passed the test.
John Sirrine - Technician
Jeanay Sirrine - Technician
Stefanie Bennett - Technician
Craig Jorgenson - General
Skywarn Info: Link Here
Virtual ham fest topics from this past weekend and what we learned: Link here
ARRL Webinars and what we have learned: Link here
Radio's in the Park - Sereno Park
Saturday Jan 16th, will be another "Radios In the Park." It will be held from 10:00 - 12:00 that day. The main frequency will be 146.460 with a PL tone of 77.0.. The frequencies will also be the same as those which are used for RUSS/RITP. We will be operating simplex on 146.460 MHz. You may wish to use the designated PL tone of 77.0, but it is not required (but some participants may not hear you if you do not.) For HF users, we will be planning on using LSB 7.178 MHz if that is clear. Of course, you may operate on other frequencies or modes as you wish to make contacts. The point of this exercise is to continue to use our skills, to make contacts, and to have fun!
Communication lessons learned from the East Desert Fire and Peakview Fire Link here
Radio Programming Files
Sign up on MeetUp.com
Please take a minute to sign up on Meetup.com. This lets us plan for how many people are planning on coming and let's those that may be interested in joining our group, that we are active. Here is the link. Link here.
Great Podcasts and YouTube Channels
Download your favorite Podcast app for your smart phone. Apple's Podcast app is good or use Blubrry, or Stitcher for iOS or Android. Once you have downloaded one of the Podcast apps, search for:
ARRL So Now What
ARRL The Doctor is in
A great YouTube Channel is Ham Radio Answers! Hundreds of great videos. Link here
Group Communication links
To get the latest weekly updates on your cell phone follow these instructions. Link here