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The Indianapolis Radio Club September 3, 2019

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The Indianapolis Radio Club is a general interest ham radio group that was founded in 1914 and has met continuously since. Major activities the club supports are monthly meetings, club station W9JP operation, ARRL Field Day, IRC HillTop contest, and IRC 2m Four Grid Award (see the "Operating" section)

"Our meetings are held at Ivy Tech Community College 2535 N. Capitol Ave. near downtown Indianapolis in room IFC 101 (Ivy Tech Downtown Campus Map)at 7:30 PM on the second (2nd) Friday of each month except for July and August. Preceding the meeting, there is an informal social session that starts at 7:00 PM, where members and visitors can chat and exchange informations."

The Ivy Tech radio club meetings are held concurrently with the Indianapolis Radio Club meetings.

The Indianapolis Radio Club Station W9JP is co-located with the IVY Tech ARC Club Station W9IVY at the IVY Tech Community College Meridian Street Campus IFC building (Ivy Tech Downtown Campus Map). The IVY Tech ARC, W9IVY is the host and the combination of equipment from both clubs gives a nice station with capabilities from HF thru 1.2GHz including satellite. IRC members act as mentors for the IVY Tech ARC members and both clubs help maintain the station. The station is located on the second floor of the Tech Center Building room T226A and is available for use from 9AM to 9PM weekdays and Saturdays.  Talk in is on the 146.28/88 repeater. We would like to go over the operation of the station , logging onto the computers and the door codes to get into the station before you operate the station. You can park in the IVY Tech parking lots without a permit. Enter the Tech building by the side door on the back on the south corner. Contact Jim Rinehart, K9RU for information: k9ru@arrl.net

Indianapolis Radio Club Meetings and Events

September 13 ,2019 first fall meeting

TOPIC WILL BE FOX HUNTING by Brent N9BA

The chase is on!  There is a transmitter out there somewhere that is daring you to find it.  Amateur Radio Direction Finding is a skill used to find intentional interference, down aircraft, unintentional transmissions, and mostly importantly is a fun sport.  Come on out to the Indianapolis Radio Club meeting on September 13th to hear more about it.

THIS JUST IN:
Friday's meeting will be in Room 101, of the Illinois Fall Creek Center
building, 2535 N. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, IN  46208.  (See map at
https://www.ivytech.edu/files/downtownindymap.pdf)
This is the same place most of our meetings last season were held, with the
exception that we only have room 101.  The divider wall will be closed
between 101 and 102.

 

 

 


NETS

Ten meter activity 8:30 Local time in the SSB band portion around 28.380.

ARES Sunday night HF net at 3.900 MHZ 21:00 hours GMT.

The weekly six meter experimental net is on the 52.7 IPL repeater with tone of 136.5 at 7:30 local time on Thursday nights.

Slow code traffic net. ICN will meet every evening on 3535 Khz at 00:00Z. CW speeds max out at about 13 wpm, feel free to QNI (check in).

The Indiana DMR net meets Tuesday nights at 8:00 PM local time on Indiana State wide

The SATERN net is now on every week on Thursdays at 7:00 PM on the 146.880 repeater. No pl tone. All are welcome to sign in.

2019 OFFICERS


· President: David Spoelstra, N9KT – davids@mediamachine.com
· Vice Pres.: Dave Miller, K9RTT - dmiller@ivytech.edu
· Secretary: Ken Bandy, KJ9B - kj9b@arrl.net
· Treasurer: Mark Burke, W9MGB - w9mgb@arrl.net
· Chief Operator:
· Dir. at large: Jim Rinehart, K9RU – k9ru@arrl.net
· Dir. at large: Jeff Hammer N9NIC -
· Dir. at large: Dave Michaels N1RF -
· W9JP Trustee: Jay Kraus, W9TC - W9TC@arrl.net

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