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    Fred Kemmerer
    Fred Kemmerer

    Hi Everyone,

    Field Day is fast approaching! Thanks to some generous lending of equipment from Greg, W1TEN, Brian AB1ZO and Anthony KC1DXL, we’ve been able to put together two CW stations – one for 40m and another from 80m/15m/10m. The 80m/15m/10m CW station is pictured above. We will be 7A for Field Day this year.

    We will have our final Field Day planning meeting tomorrow (Monday) evening at 7pm at the Nashua Public Library. All of the Field Day chairpersons should plan to attend and all club members are welcome as well. We will be working out the final details for our Field Day operation later this week.

    We’ve added the Satellite and DATV stations to our online Field Day signup sheet. There are still plenty of operating times available on our Field Day stations. Also, don’t forget to signup for meals and to help setup and takedown antennas and stations on Friday/Sunday. You can find the online signup sheet at this link. Don’t forget to sign up for the Satellite and Digital ATV Stations if you are interested in those modes.

    We’ve updated out N1MM+ and operating aide dropbox with the final N1MM+ macros and some operating aides. You can access the Dropbox via this link. If anyone needs help setting up N1MM+ including voice, digital or CW macros to work with you station, please contact me. My email is [email protected].

    Also, check out Wayne Grant’s (KB1HYL) post on Field Day. It looks like a Fox has escaped and will hiding somewhere near our location on Field Day. We will have a radio and some instruction to help anyone interested in tracking the “N1F Down” (Number 1 Fox Down).

    Looking forward to seeing everyone at our Number 1 Field Day!


    - Fred (AB1OC)
    President, Nashua Area Radio Society
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