Weekly E-Net News
March 31, 2015
1) Congratulations to new Hams !
The following people received their ham ticket following the passing their exam(s) during the Hendricks County Ham Radio Technician Class of 2015.
* Don Somerville KD9DHJ
* John Shultheis KD9DHK
* Josh Shultheis KD9DHL
* John R "Jack" Segner KD9DHM
* John M Segner KD9DHN
* Denise Patchett KD9DHO
* Gedi (Gediminas) Marcinkevicius KD9DHP
* Lana Lytle KD9DHQ
* Paul Haiducu KD9DHR
Paul Archer KD9DHS
* Charles Davis KD9DHT *** Went on to pass his General test
* Matthew Barringer KD9DHU *** Went on to pass his General test
* Jerry N9JCG upgraded to Extra last week.
* Mike KC9ZBA passed the Extra exam last week
Richard K9THB passed the Extra exam last week
Bruce KD9AGH passed the Extra exam last week
* Chris KD9BIX passed the Extra exam last week
Congratulations to all !!
2) The 8th Annual North Central Indiana Hamfest sponsored by the Cass, Grant
and Miami County Amateur Radio Clubs. The Hamfest will be held on Saturday April 8, 2015 at the Miami County 4-H Fairgrounds from 7am to 1pm at. Fairgrounds are located at 1079 W. 200 N in Peru, Indiana.
Admission is $5.00 at the door, children 17 and under get in free. Parking is also free. Talk-in will be on the 147.345 MHz Repeater. For
more information contact Steve Shepler, WA9RVM, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by
phone at 765-661-5260.
3) For a list of 2015 hamfests, click on the link at the top left side of this page. The list will be expanded as information becomes available.
4) On April 16th Wayne Fox, KE9P, will be hosting the monthly Hendricks Regional Health Hospital Simplex Net on 147.570 MHz. Bill Gouge, AA9EG, will be hosting the IU West Hospital Simplex Net also on 147.570 MHz. The Net starts at 9:30 am. This Net is to check the radio performance and capability on a simplex frequency throughout Hendricks County as well as surrounding counties from both Hendricks Regional Health and I-U West hospitals. When called upon during an emergency or disaster, these stations will be a valuable asset to Hendricks County. All ARES members and non-members are encouraged to check-in.
5) On April 21, 2015 Jay Wright, KK9L, will be hosting the Monthly ARES Tuesday Night Simplex Net on the 146.570 MHz. The net starts at 8pm - right after the regular Tuesday Night ARES Net. This net is to check the performance and capability of our radios in Hendricks County as well as surrounding counties when called upon during an emergency or disaster. All ARES Members and Amateurs are "highly" encouraged to participate.
6) It is that time of year again!!! The Hendricks County ARES Leadership needs to
update the records. Let us know if you are a member of Hendricks County ARES and have experienced a change in he past year of license class, address, phone number, NIMS Certifications, added a base, portable or mobile radio. We also need to know if you operating privileges have changed to give you access to HF frequencies. Please email Ken Kayler
KC9SQD at email@example.com with this new information so he will be
able to modify the records. There is a nice training opportunity on HF bands on April 19, for those of you first licensed in 2013 and later. The Rookie Roundup, single-sideband version, is explained on the arrl.org web site. This is a relaxed and fun event and I urge you to check it out – rookies can work anyone, and non-rookies can work rookies to help them learn the ropes. With a Tech license, you can be on 10 meters. Perhaps there’s a way we can match up members who want to participate but don’t have the right rig, with those who do have a HF radio.
On-Air Announcements made during the Tuesday Night Net
There is a nice training opportunity on HF bands on April 19, for those of you first licensed in 2013 and later. The Rookie Roundup, single-sideband version, is explained on the arrl.org web site. This is a relaxed and fun event and I urge you to check it out – rookies can work anyone, and non-rookies can work rookies to help them learn the ropes. With a Tech license, you can be on 10 meters. Perhaps there’s a way we can match up members who want to participate but don’t have the right rig, with those who do have a HF radio.
*NOTE* If anyone has a comment or would to add something to the ARES Net News. Please feel free to contact Ken Kayler
at 317-874-7068 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent Website Additions & Updates:
03-08-2015 - Added "Sound card data modes and NBEMS"
to documents page.
03-28-2015 - Added list of of results from recent license training classes.
04-01-2015 - Added info about Hendricks County Communications Support Group (HCRCSG), a way to support Emergency Communications in Hendricks County.
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