The organization works to protect the natural ecology of the Charles River, and keep it safe and clean for people to enjoy as well. Single-operator high power, low power w or less and QRP 5w or less categories, plus multi-operator, single transmitter. I programmed a bunch of 2M repeaters from around the state a few weeks ago. This is a really unique and fun event, a series of canoe and kayak races to support the Charles River Watershed Association. The Run of the Charles is one of the most unique public service events for hams each year. AC6V, Rod Dinkins' "little" web site. The competition is fierce—multiple world records have been set at this event.
Wyoming Amateur Radio Repeaters - Quick Search
I want to be able to make some chirp files that I can upload to my HT. There are a number of manufacturers of equipment to operate the system. After listening to three of the files so far, they sound pretty good. Today I ran across this website that covers the test question pool in an audio format. Do you already have an account?
Recent Activity - Cherry Creek Young Amateur Radio Club
Secondary repater for Casper Amateur Radio Club Coordinations, membership General Info: Click on image for a larger map. IF you dredge this up sometime in the future, I believe most of the sites and info will still be useful. The completion of this important link provided complete saturation of Kimball, Banner, and Scottsbluff counties in Nebraska with partial coverage in Morrill, Box Butte, and Cheyenne counties plus Goshen and Laramie counties in Wyoming.
Central Talkgroup Coverage as of Click on photo for a larger map. Here are the relevant facts: Site by TelActive, Inc. Thanks to the membership across the state, especially Garth, for putting an emphasis on enrolling new members. Coverage of the Lookout Local Talk Group is shown below.