What: Amateur Radio Technician License Class
When: Saturdays, August 5 through September 2, 8:00 am – 12: noon, CDT
Where: 200 Oceanside Drive, Nashville
Who: Nashville Amateur Radio Club, Inc., and Davidson County Amateur Radio Emergency
Description: This class will prepare students to take the FCC examination for the entry-level
Technician amateur radio license. There is no charge for the class although students are
encouraged to purchase the Technician Study Guide, available from the American Radio Relay
No special skills are required to take this class, and people of all ages and all backgrounds have
successfully passed the examination for the Technician License. The class is scheduled to
conclude just one week prior to an exam session to be held in Nashville on September 9.
Contact: To register, or for additional information, please contact:
June 24-25, 2017 Summer Field Day!!!
Please make plans to come.
Dates for 2017 club events so far are:
Skymont Horseback Ride – Oct. 6&7
Jack n’ Back Bike Ride – Oct. 7&8.
Martha O’Brian TBA
The Middle Tennessee HamQuest will be held on Saturday, July 29, 2017 from8:00 AM until 2:00 PM CDT in the Entertainment Pavilion at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon, TN. Additional information is available at http://midtnhamquest.com/
The Cedars of Lebanon Hamfest will be held on Sunday, August 27, 2017 at the Cedars of Lebanon State Park. This event is sponsored by the Short Mountain Repeater Club.
Family Day: The Club will hold its annual Family Day event on Saturday, August 26, 2017.
Additional details will be announced later.
Filed under Events, Pictures
SPECIAL EVENT: N4M— Oak Ridge Secret City Festival Radio Operations
de Darrell Cook, WA4LNX, President Oak Ridge Amateur Radio Club
Sponsored by: Oak Ridge Amateur Radio Club in Cooperation with a local WW II reenactment group
“The Oak Ridge Amateur Radio Club in Cooperation with a local WW II reenactment group will sponsor a special activity on June 2 and 3. This activity consists of setting up and operating WW II vintage radio equipment. There will also be a battle reenactment. Most operations are scheduled for Saturday June 3, but we hope to be on the air in the evening and night of June 2. The club will operate with the their Special Event Call Sign N4M. There will be CW and phone operations. (All phone operations will be a.m.) The Club will also have a public affairs operation on June 3 at the main area of the Festival.
Planned frequencies include:
For additional Information re: Radio Operations or the Secret City Festival, please check the Oak Ridge Amateur Radio Club website at http://orarc.net/
or contact Darrell Cook WA2LNX at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a GREAT Weekend!