USS WISCONSIN - WQP

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WQP USS WISCONSIN

2015 Wisconsin QSO Party

2015 Wisconsin QSO Party
March 15, 2015 from 1800Z to 0100Z March 16
(1:00PM CDT to 8:00PM CDT March 15)

The WARAC Wisconsin QSO Party committee recommends that participants adhere to the General Rules for ARRL Contests on bands below 30 MHz (HF) and for bands above 50 MHz (VHF).

Please do not use the National Calling Frequencies - such as 146.52 - during WIQP.

We suggest using the following frequencies:

6 meters 52.530 2 meters 146.550 1.25 meters 223.520 70 cm 446.025

Mobiles: Increase your chances of a high score and help generate more interest in WIQP!

EAA Special Event Station 2015

CQ… CQ… CQ…

This is a W9ZL special event station on the grounds of the EAA AirVenture 2013 Oshkosh, Wisconsin calling CQ.... calling CQ and standing by….

Yes it's approaching soon...

The FCARC has once again been invited to hold a special event station at the EAA's AirVenture 2015.

We will be operating the station on Wednesday July 22, 2015 through Sunday July 26, 2015.

Operator shifts are half-day. AM shifts will meet for breakfast, PM shifts Lunch - contact AB9AH for details.

FCARC SSTV Net This Sunday

The FCARC supports a monthly net to help interested hams learn about & practice Slow Scan TV (SSTV) on 2 meters. You are invited to join. FCARC membership is not necessary. This is a semi-formal, directed net. We meet at 6 pm using both voice & SSTV transmissions on 145.330 MHz, Tone 100.

I will begin sending a few SSTV pictures prior to the net beginning at 5:45 pm for your enjoyment, and then I'll call for checkins at 6 pm.

2014 Ham of the Year

Congratulations to Gary Hoehne, KB9AIT for being voted the FCARC’s 2014 Ham of the Year.

Banquet's 50/50 raffle prize

The 2015 FCARC banquet’s 50/50 raffle prize will be a La Crosse Technology Model WS-2810U-IT.

• Included PC Interface
• Wind Chill, Direction and Speed
• Solar Powered Wind Sensor
• Rain Data
• Forecast w/ Tendency
• IN/OUT Temp
• IN/OUT Humidity
• Weather Alarms w/ Storm Warning

Local Ham Radio Enthusiasts Will Examine Kit Built Ham Radio Live Via "Skype"

Press Release - For Immediate Release

Local Ham Radio Enthusiasts Will Examine Kit Built Ham Radio Live Via "Skype"

The Fond du lac Amateur Radio Club will be holding their next meeting on Monday, February 9th at 7:00 PM at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac. This meeting will be held in room A112, which is the World Link room on the Fond du Lac Moraine Park campus. The room is equipped with a very large projection screen which will be used for a "Skype" contact to the headquarters for Elecraft in Aptos, California, a company that produces high quality Ham Radios in kit form delivered around the world. The guest speaker for the event will be Eric Swartz, cofounder of the Elecraft company..

VE Testing

FCARC VOLUNTEER EXAM TEAM (FOX CITIES AMATEUR RADIO CLUB)

We look forward to seeing you at a 2015 Amateur Radio Exam Sessions
1. Held at the American Red Cross building – 1302 East Wisconsin Ave., Appleton, WI (except ham fest exam)
DATES:
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Sunday, November 1, 2015 9am start time (@ swap fest location) Saturday, January 30, 2016

2. Start time: 8 am – walk-ins accepted until 8:30am
W9MDP - FCARC – ARRL –VE - LIAISON -w9mdp@arrl.net
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January General Membership Meeting

The UW-Fox Valley campus will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, January 19th, 2015. The Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club’s General Membership meeting has been moved to Tuesday, January 20th, 2015. January’s meeting is the last chance to submit a FCARC member in good standing, who has shown excellence and dedication to the FCARC as a 2014 FCARC Ham of the Year nominee.
Hope to see you there

Club Program: Tower fly overs by a quad copper by WB9KMW

Club Events:
Banquet – February 21th, 2015
For more information: http://fcarc.us/?q=node/509

SSTV Net - Sunday (January 11th)

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The FCARC supports a monthly net to help interested hams learn about & practice Slow Scan TV (SSTV) on 2 meters. You are invited to join. FCARC membership is not necessary. This is a semi-formal, directed net. We meet at 6 pm using both voice & SSTV transmissions on 145.330 MHz, Tone 100.

I will begin sending a few SSTV pictures prior to the net beginning at 5:45 pm for your enjoyment, and then I'll call for checkins at 6 pm.
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