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As a part of an experiment, we now have a feed available online for anyone wishing to listen in on our repeater traffic. This should allow members to listen in on the nets if they can’t participate, or hear what their audio sounds like on the repeaters. If using this to check your audio keep […]
Area simplex nets are starting to form in the New River Valley. In the interest of gathering information for distribution, this page will serve files from captures of the data when available. File type is a .KMZ file that can be imported or opened by Google Earth. Please check back for additional files. Simplex-Net-2019-10-01 Simplex-Net-2019-09-24 […]
On September 3rd, there was an informal net communication that went out to the club email list. While this wasn’t an official club activity, I took interest in the information that was gathered and attempted to create a mapping of the contacts. Below is the resulting map image and a link to the Google Earth […]
Field Day is just around the corner – June 22-23, 2019 This is the time for amateur radio operators to take their equipment to the field, giving us the opportunity to work as many other stations as possible while learning to operate in abnormal situations with less than optimal conditions.
The NRVARC will be setting up an information/demonstration tent at this year’s Kids Fishing Rodeo at the Izaak Walton League Park in Christiansburg, VA., Sunday May 5th, 2019 from Noon until 5pm. This club outing is organized by KN4OOG (Cindy) and KN4CQV (Bill), so if you would like to help out, please contact them. More […]
This year our monthly meetings will contain a show ‘n’ tell where members are encouraged to bring in things to show off, explain, and discuss. This “Blings ‘n’ Things” will be themed for each month for a specific topic, but members are encouraged to bring in anything they would like to show. Below is the […]
If time and circumstances permit, we will be posting recordings of our Nets for the purpose of training and helping radio operators hear their own station as re-broadcast from the Cloyd’s Mountain repeater.