Club Meeting - Saturday July 9th, 2022

The monthly meeting of the NIxa Amateur Radio club will be held Saturday July 9 at 6pm.

The meeting will be held at Nixa fire station #1.  Address is 711 N. Main Street, Nixa, MO.
Be advised that Main street is closed at Highway 14 and you cannot go North on Main street from 14.

We will have a show and tell/elmer Q&A this meeting.
Bring the piece of equipment you use the most, like the most or absolutely hate and can't ever get it to work right.
Tell the group what you like or hate about your equipment.
We'll also answer any questions about getting on the air, DMR, repeaters in the area, etc...
Bring your questions and or stuff to show.

If you have a piece of equipment you want to sell, feel free to bring it along.

Hope to see you there.

Shawn
KE0JGI

Area ARRL Field Day locations (June 25-26)

June 25-26 (this weekend) is ARRL Field Day. As previously announced, we will not be doing Field Day this year.  There are several clubs in the area that are planning Field Day 2022 activities such as SMARC  (Southwest Missouri Amateur Radio Club) and the Tri-Lakes Amatuer Radio Club.  SMARC announced last week that they are moving the location of their Field Day operations to 4094 N Farm Road 157, Springfield, MO, better known as the location of the quarterly tech days. For more information see the SMARC website at  https://smarc.org/smarc-2022-field-day-is-set/. Tri Lakes ARC has directions on Facebook to their 2022 Field Day location at 1261 Keithley Road Walnut Shade Missouri.  You can find out more information from Tri-Lakes ARC. by going to https://www.facebook.com/trilakesarc73/. You can also go to http://www.arrl.org/field-day-locator/ to find even more Field Day locations in the area.  We hope to have Field Day next year, so think how you'd like to operate and start planning now for the last weekend in June 2023 

Club Meeting - Saturday June 11th, 2022

Club meeting tonight at 6 pm

Presentation:  Queen City Digital Cluster 
( The QCDC)

No matter what digital mode you prefer, or maybe you’re trying to decide between Fusion, D-Star, DMR, NexEdge or P25 . . . Tonight we’re talking about the Queen City Digital Cluster (QCDC), how it’ll work, and what it means for you as the end user.

Bring something to write on - at least the frequencies - and see how the black magic of RF filter cavities is going to help make this project a reality!

See you at the meeting tonight at 6 pm!!

James Adkins, KB0NHX

 
You can also join online at: Teams Meeting 


Club Meeting - Saturday May 14th, 2022

Tonight is the monthly meeting of the Nixa ARC.
We will start at 6pm at Nixa Fire Station 1
711 N. Main
Nixa, MO
 
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