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February 2017 Spectrum Newsletter Adobe PDF file

[This weekend] March 11th and 12th: South Shore Model Railway Club & Museum event (
Hingham MA
(Sat:9am-4pm, Sun:10am-4pm).
We'll have a Whitman club table & 2 meter station at this event. Volunteers to man the table and operate are welcome and requested!
 CLICK HERE to see the schedule and sign up for a time slot.
(free admission to the show for those that volunteer at the table)
L-R: Mike WA1MAD, Bob KA1KIJ and Mike KB1OEP

Our next MOTA (Metting On The Air) will be 7pm Wednesday March 15th 2017 on the club repeater.

 2017 Club and Area Events listing <click here

Items for Sale <click here>

March 5th: New England Antique Radio Club show (RADIO XLVIII) 8AM-1PM in Nashua NH for details
(L-R) Ross W1EKG, John WI1G, Matt W1AEM, Mike WA1MAD

Mark KC1ACF gave a very interesting presentation on the origins of radio including a live Spark-Gap demonstration at the recent February 21st MARA (Massasoit Amateur Radio Association) club meeting AND at our March 1st Whitman club meeting.
The slides Mark presented are available on the Tech-Talk web page in Adobe PDF format <click here>

HamFest 2017
HamFest 2017 was a great success!
Many more pictures in the January 2017 Spectrum Newsletter
WinterFest 2017 flyer 
Adobe PDF file  Adobe PDF

March 2017 Sunday Public Service Net Control

March 5th  Richard AG1B
 March 12th Mike WA1MAD
  March 19th  Jeff N1SOM
    March 26th     Joe K1JMA
April 2ndJeff WK1D

The Whitman Amateur Radio Public Service net is held every Sunday morning at 08:30 on 147.225+ PL 67.0. 

Club members and all other area hams are welcome to join the net. 

The purpose of this net is to establish a 2 meter frequency in the event of an emergency 
and to share information of interest with amateurs and all other listeners as well. 

We are always looking for new volunteers for net control. 
For 1 page net control & NTS traffic preamble with instructions and a net log CLICK HERE.

For the new large font, multi-page net control script CLICK HERE

For the new large font, multi-page NTS traffic script CLICK HERE

Please note: our repeater operation now includes a 2 second delay when first transmitting. If the carrier has dropped, you should count to 2 before speaking when opening the repeater. If not, the first 2 seconds of your transmission will not be heard.

(ex: key mic, 1-mississippi, 2-mississippi, "This Is <callsiign> ..."

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2017 Amateur Radio Events:

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Fox Hunt Information

Recent Fox Hunt details from Richard AG1B at the Whitman Club Field Day June 25th & 26th 2016

I arrived at the Field day site at the East Bridgewater Y and set the 146.535 mhz Fox box just off a trail about 100 yards from the upper pavilion. This would provide an opportunity for those members who have wanted to try Fox Box hunting a low pressure location for  first timers. Over the weekend I saw the following members find the Fox Box transmitter;  ROY KB1CYVMIKE WA1MAD, JEFF N1SOM, and JIM W1GQN. Congratulations to these Fox finders. If anyone else  participated please contact  RICHARD  AG1B.
73,    Richard,   AG1B

The Fox Box hidden off a trail at Field day               Jeff N1SOM Fox Hunting        

Please contact Richard AG1B at   if you would help support this part of the radio hobby.

New hunters or anyone wishing to pair up with someone, please contact either:

 Roy  KB1CYV 
    Richard  AG1B

Note: Future radio direction finding events  are scheduled for the second Saturday of the month.
The "Fox" committee is  looking for guest "Foxes" who know a secret location that would test the direction finding skills of the hunters.
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February 2017 Spectrum Newsletter Adobe PDF file

 January 2017 Spectrum NewsletterAdobe PDF fileAdobe PDF
This one is LARGE (34 pages) with many pictures of the HamFest on January 21st.
Thanks to all who sent in pictures.
The PDF may take 1-2 minutes to load in a new browser tab or download -fyi.

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Club Info

The Whitman Amateur Radio Club is located about 25 miles south of Boston, MA, near the city of Brockton. Club meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at the Whitman Knights of Columbus Hall on route 18 just south of the Abington line. The meetings start at 7:00 PM.

Post Office Box 48
 Whitman, MA 02382
 ARRL Club #0082
 Club Call Sign: WA1NPO

Click Here view the prices of coax and other wire available to club members.

Club Membership Application
Ham Radio Related Links
New England Repeater Directory
Archived Events
For an up to date list of all VE Exam sessions in this area, visit the ARRL VE listings

Club Officers
Board of Directors
Vice President - Paul Moss KB1MTW
Treasurer - Jeff Tracy  N1SOM
Secretary - Larry Kenney W1VP

2016 Whitman Club June 1st election results:

Officer: President
Joe Amorelli K1JMA : Elected
Officer: Vice-President
Paul Moss KB1MTW : Re-Elected
Officer: Treasurer
Jeff Tracy N1SOM : Re-Elected
Officer: Secretary
Larry Kenney W1VP : Re-Elected
Richard Metcalf AG1B
: Elected

Information and pictures from club events of the past
Memorial Day weekend Flea Market
The Mount Washington "DX Pedition"
Fox Hunting Pictures
Plimoth Plantation Special Event
2012 List of Activities

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