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And with the spring comes HAMFESTS, green grass, warmer temperatures and the threat of severe weather!


Featured in the March edition of the ARRL TN Section PIC NEWS

–       Links to the NWS SKYWARN Spotter Training classes

–       Find out more about Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) in the TN Section

–       March Hamfests, as well as others planned (so far) for this year

–       Upcoming Classes and VE sessions – and the success story from CPARC’s Technician Class

–       And more for your reading enjoyment….


You can access the ARRL TN Section PIC News by clicking the link below, or by opening the attached .pdf document that has been included for your convenience.


Please pass this on to your club members, and to anyone you believe would be interested in reading about some of the Amateur Radio activities taking place in the ARRL TN Section.


Many Thanks and 73,



Catherine “Cathy” Goodrich, W4CMG (formerly KK4IWN)

(Cell)  860-916-0151

ARRL Public Information Coordinator

Tennessee Section

ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio®

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NARC/DCARES on the air for Engineering Day this Saturday Feb 25th

Members of the Nashville Amateur Radio Club and Davidson County Amateur Radio Emergency Service will be on the air for Engineering Day this weekend.  Volunteers will be operating on site at the Adventure Science Center in Nashville TN.  The primary time for local on air activity will be on Saturday, February 25th between 10 AM and 3 PM local time.  We will be demonstrating Amateur Radio and emergency communications to those in attendance.  If you are able to help make local contacts with visitors attending the Engineering Day event, please tune in to the following:

VHF Primary: 147.0150 MHz PL 114.8 (NARC)
UHF Alternate: 442.7500 MHz PL 100.0 (DCARES)
We will also have HF capability and will most likely be in the 20 meter band.
More info from the Adventure Science Center and Engineering Day:
Jeff Pryor KC8NNO

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For Sale

David, N4QB has a Pyramid PS-35 regulated (not switching) power supply for sale, picture attached. Specs are as follows (also visible in the attached picture):

Input: 115 V AC 60 Hz

Output: 12-15 VDC, 35 amp with surge protection              

David reports that the supply works great, and the price is $50.00.  If you or anyone you know is interested, please call David at fullsizerender615-330-3072.

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