Provides list of officers, member roster, meeting and membership details, upcoming events, repeater locations, and newsletters. Provides details of membership, activities, forum, repeaters, bylaws, and officers. Located in South Dennis.
Current club news is on this page. For older items see the News Archive. The Communicator newsletter index is here.
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This site serves as a library of amateur radio contest and DX information. Its goal is to further develop and help expand Amateur Radio "Ham Radio" while enjoying ourselve. New student members are greatly appreciated. WRONE is an amateur radio club for female radio operators living in the six New England states [ Hits: Votes: 0 Rating: 0 ] Worcester Emergency Communications Team - Volunteer Amateur Radio operator organization providing emergency communications services to charitable events and in large scale disasters.
One particular cell was dropping precipitation from high in the atmosphere, and forecasters feared dangerous hail along the Deerfield River. The National Weather Service made the call: severe thunderstorm warning. For help determining whether a storm is a real threat, the Weather Service relies on the accounts of ham radio-equipped volunteers.
As the Net Manager for the First Region Net I think I am in an unique position to discuss nets; their nature, in respect to traffic nets particularly for New England; and the entire makeup of these Nets for both New England in general and Western Massachusetts in particular. It is designed to operate daily and sometimes continuously with the recent introduction of certain digital modes of communications. Our purpose of this web-page is to list all of the activity, for the National Traffic System, in Western Massachusetts, an area from the New York border to Route east of Boston.
Please check our events schedule for other events. We were pleased to have several new members participating with "proper" overnight accomodations. See more Field Day photos.
Online refresher course. These volunteers help keep their local communities safe by providing timely and accurate reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service. Official Spotter numbers will be given to anyone who attends a training and is at least 16 years of age or older. In Massachusetts, people younger than 16 who desire a spotter number, and who can present special circumstances, will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Maintained by local volunteers of the amateur radio community, our data entry team instantly enters all changes and additions directly into the master database. This website and the CSV file automatically refreshes nightly from the master database, ensuring that all data is always up to date. Please help us keep NERD a valuable resource.