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Club meetings for 2024

W9UDU meeting schedule for 2024 The club meetings take place every year on the second Tuesday of February, April, June, August, October and December. Below is the schedule for 2024:… Read more »


Welcome to the World of Amateur Radio

If you are are among the many people that enjoy listening to Amateur Radio also known as HAM radio, you probably already realize how much fun it can provide. Many… Read more »


Latest ARRL News
  • ARRL Southeastern Division Vice Director Jeff Beals, WA4AW, SK
    on July 23, 2024 at 6:48 PM

    The Vice Director of the ARRL Southeastern Division, Jeffrey J. “Jeff” Beals, WA4AW, has become a Silent Key. He died on July 20, 2024. Beals, who was born in 1951, devoted a lifetime of service to amateur radio, having served in many local clubs, the ARRL Field Organization, and on the ARRL Board of Directors. He was also elected Vice President of the Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA...

  • Amateur Radio Participates in World’s Largest Naval Exercise
    on July 21, 2024 at 3:00 PM
  • HamCon:Zion 2024
    on July 20, 2024 at 3:00 PM

    HamCon: Zion 2024, hosting the ARRL Rocky Mountain Division Convention, the Young Ladies Radio League 85th Convention, and the RV Radio Network’s 2024 Western Rally, was a success. The inaugural event, held in St. George, Utah, was well attended and many reported the facility and events were first rate. ARRL National Instructor Gordon West, WB6NOA, was in the ARRL booth greeting visitors and ga...

  • The K7RA Solar Update
    on July 19, 2024 at 11:26 PM

    Big increase in solar activity this week, with average daily sunspot number rising from 129 to 215.9, and solar flux from 176.6 to 226.5. Fourteen new sunspot groups emerged. Two were on July 11, one on July 12, three on July 13, one on July 14, two more on July 15, three more on July 16 and two more on July 17. On Thursday (after the reporting week) the daily sunspot number was 276, the highes...

  • Get On the Air During VHF Contest Season
    on July 19, 2024 at 3:00 PM

    VHF contesting season is in full swing! Summer weather brings with it enhanced propagation. With good conditions, stations hundreds of miles away can be worked via tropospheric ducting, E-skip, and perhaps even meteor scatter. If you have an HF rig that includes 6 meters or VHF/UHF capability, you’ve got just the tools you need to take advantage of these enhancements! US amateurs of all license...