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KARC / BMRC RADIO CLUBS
C/O Ken Klotz (W4IJK)
208 Navijo Trail
Church Hill, TN. 37642
If you need to pay your club dues, you can either pay at the club meeting or you can mail a S.A.S.E. and $10.00 for an individual or $15.00 for an immediate family membership to:
2621 WILDWOOD DRIVE
Kingsport, TN. 37660
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2009 & 2010 Sunday Night Net Stats
2011 & 2012 Sunday Night Net Stats
2013 & 2014 Sunday Night Net Stats
2015 & 2016 Sunday Night Net Stats
Here is a Sunday Night Log Sheet for NCO's
Here is a copy of our Sunday Evening NET Script if you think you'd like to become a Net Control Operator
Local 2M Freqs.
(Thank You, K4JP & N4FV)
Local 220 & 440 Frequencies
WM4T's Repeater List
W1AW ARRL DX Bulletins
Daily FCC ULS Updates
Canadian Amateur Callsign Database
Tour the abandoned Russian 'Duga 3' "Woodpecker" Antenna Array
Amateur Radio Today
Video with Walter
MEMBER'S PAGES &
2 Meter Net held every Sunday Evening @ 20:30 eastern.
Freq 146.970 -600
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Thursday, September 10th
The Kingsport Amateur Radio Club and Bays Mountian Radio Club will be having a test session at 17:00 (5pm) in the Eastman Employees Recreational Center located at the corner of Wilcox Drive and Industry Drive in Kingsport, TN.
If you plan on attending,
What to bring: $15.00 cash for your test, 2 picture ID's
Note: when you show up (15 minutes early is advised), you will need to ask the attendant at the front desk (on your left as you enter the building) which room the radio club is meeting in this month.
The KARC/BMRC regular monthly club meeting will be held
Anyone interested in attending is welcome!
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Here is the Tech Question Pool in pdf format with
Here comes the 3rd Annual
Greeneville TN Hamfest
Saturday, Oct 17th, 2015
Sponsored by Andrew Johnson Amateur Radio Club
Greene County Fairgrounds
123 Fair Grounds Rd
Greeneville, TN 37745
Click on the image above to see an awesome J-Pole design.
Want to learn Morse Code?
Here's a good place to start!
Interested in obtaining a
FCC Callsign Database
Amateur radio license plates
Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for the plates to be made and delivered to your county court clerk's office.
of: Tennessee Department of
Did you know?
Except for the fees involving Vanity
However, you might prefer a license that you can customize yourself.
Also, if you're
interested in saving your license as a .jpg image,
you can use the snipping tool
Click below for a website that you
definitely don't want people to
see your callsign on!
Here is the FAQ about DMR:
'Digital Mobile Radio' from the NC PRN
For you PREPPER types, here is the
Just click it and
check it out.
If you have a Wouxun
radio and the programming cable for it,
If you happen to have a UV-5r or
one of the newer BF radios from Baofeng,
Click Here for the Idiots Guide to
HAND Programming the UV-5r and other Baofeng radios.
Here is a link to the latest version of CHIRP.
Here are the Prolific Chipset drivers
for your misbehaving programming cable!
Please, Read The following Notes-
After downloading the above file,
You'll find a folder
appropriately named "PROLIFIC DRIVERS" on your desktop.
After you've run
the corrrect exe for your Operating System,
plug in your cable, and go
to the CONTROL PANEL. Open the DEVICE MANAGER and
look for the Prolific USB to Serial adapter
(IT'S LOCATED UNDER COM AND LPT PORTS) that has
an exclamation next to or over the icon for that
device (It should stand out rather noticably).
Double click on that device. In the box that pops
up, click on the driver tab at the
top. Now click on update driver and select
Browse my computer for driver software. On
the next screen, click on Let me pick from a
list of device drivers on my computer. You will
see at least two (perhaps more) drivers available -
they will all have dates associated with
You now have a working USB cable to program your radio with!
Have fun, N4ZFA - Earl
Kingsport now has a Packet Digipeater on Bays Mountain!
The frequency is
There are several
Winlink Servers and other nodes that can be
Thanks to Jim & Jeff Flannary
Scanner Food Dot Com
Scanner Frequencies, Recorded Audio and More!
If you haven't seen this video,
check out the Singing Hams!
It's pretty entertaining!
This is so cool! You've gotta to check this one out!
The K5EHX repeater search.
Enter your callsign, or just about any other info about a location and this site will
come back with a list (along with a map!) of all the repeaters that are within range!
(Covers almost all VHF and UHF repeaters!)
If you want to look up a callsign, try
Click here for a list of tools and resources from Ready.gov
that will help you make your own 'Emergency Preparedness Kit'!
Thoughts on the "Mystery" Antenna
By Gene Hinkle, K5PA
Here is an interesting way to install
a PL-259 connector on RG-8x coax!
Click HERE for the J-Pole handbook!
Build your own 2 meter Hentenna
bi-directional gain antenna!
HERE is a good way to make a JPole for
Emergency use! Also, there is the ever
ubiquitous J-Pole Calculator!
antennas, check out the
Shown below is the 80 meter horse fence antenna just like the one that Norris donated to our club!
Click on the picture below of the horse fence antenna to visit Norris' site!
North America Radio Beacons
LF/MF Radionavigation Stations
W3WVG Amateur Radio Software
Click HERE to download the last FREE version of HRD v5.0
Dipoles for Dummies!
Some local ARES nets and their days and times.
145.410 Jefferson County ARES Net
Tuesdays (except 3rd):
ARES Net, 21:00
on the KE4RX Repeater,
Simplex Frequency 147.420 - Simplex net meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month on the 146.940 WB4GBI repeater at 21:00 local time. The net will then move to 147.420 (one of the national simplex frequencies).
Thanks to Billy Taylor
(KI4TNS) for this information.
Just Learn Morse Code!
Click Here for a Comprehensive
Listing of Q Signals
HERE is a piece that ND2E
wrote on the Elecraft K3
Rest In Peace, Joe. You will be missed!
Click HERE for the ARRL ARES Newsletter
It's not just for breakfast anymore!
How to work amateur radio satellites with your handheld radio!
If you have a Pro 96,
Pro 97 or Pro 99 scanner,
The Gray Hamfest has been replaced by the Greenville Hamfest.
Click here to visit their website.
AA9PW FCC Exam Practice
Amateur Radio and Commercial Radio licensing exam practice
Hamboozler works by quizzing
you through random study or practice tests.
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