Monday, 25 October 2010

Dundalk Amateur Radio Society - morse and 4m nets

The Dundalk Amateur Radio Society has begun live Morse tuition on Tuesday nights commencing at 20:40 on 145.675 Mhz (EI2CCR)
This gives National and International coverage with the Repeater linked for live streaming on the Internet.
The idea is to send some Morse at a slow and easy pace
with good gaps between words. It is hoped to help those of you who are just starting out and those that want to sharpen up. So please tune in to EI2CCR with pen and
paper at the ready.

The 4m (70 MHz) band is growing in the north east and
Tony EI4DIB would like to suggest a 4m activity night which would start after the IRTS news on a Monday night, 8:30pm approx.
It is suggested that stations who have 4m to QSY to
145.400 MHz and 70.400 MHz (FM), after the news call-ins on the DAR Repeater. Anybody wanting to do a test on 4m can call out on 2m to arrange a test. Do not worry if your 4m radio does not have 70.400 MHz as we can QSY to your frequency.

More info is available on the Dundalk Amateur Radio Society website at 

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