Be sure to check out the local weather link above!
Net control stations are need for 2018. If you would like to be net control for any certain month please let me know otherwise the list will remain the same as it was for 2017.
David – KF5DHY
A big congratulations to the Barnett brothers Aaron, Zebulun, Eleazar for passing their exams last night. Zebulun and Eleazar passed their Tech while Aaron passed Tech AND General. We look forward to hearing you on the air when you get your call signs.
The really neat thing is there is a high probability that they will get sequential call signs!
Just a reminder and in case you don’t know the club has a email group! To join simply visit http://listmail.w5jas.org and follow the instructions on adding yourself to the group.
Also I still have @w5jas.org email addresses available for any current club member. Your email address would look like this email@example.com
If you are interested please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will fix you up.
The W5JAS Echolink node may be unavailable at times over the next few days during a local system update/upgrade.
I would like to congratulate our club VE Team! We have come a long way from our first testing session back last Field Day. We are now officially a Field Stocked team which gives us the freedom to give tests “on the fly” if the need arises.
The W5JAS Tailgate Sale is now up and running! You may use this to place an ad for anything related to amateur radio. Simply click on “Tailgate Sale”, then place your ad.
This is a multi-step process to prevent spam to the web page, ALL ads must be approved by a page admin.
Our club VE team is up and running strong! We will now be holding testing sessions at every club meeting for those interested.
Click on the Testing Sessions link at the top of the page for more info!
I have received several emails lately from the public showing interest in becoming a Ham Radio Operator. First of all let me welcome all those who are browsing this page that are not members or licensed operators! We are more than happy that you are showing interest in becoming licensed. Ham Radio is a great hobby to enjoy and it is also a great way to assist the public as well as local, state and sometimes federal agencies in times of need. This is probably one of the most enjoyable hobbies there is out there! Our club meetings are the last Thursday of every month at 7pm at the Jasper Airport (AKA Bell Field). We welcome all who wish to attend to include, licensed operators as well as non-licensed individuals who wish to learn more about ham radio or want to become licensed operators. Our meetings are open to anyone and everyone! So! With that said, for those of you who are browsing our page, that are interested in becoming licensed, please feel free to come to our meeting and introduce yourself! Our club and its members have a vast wealth of knowledge into the hobby of ham radio and are more than willing to help answer your questions. Once again, thank you for stopping by our page and showing interest, we always welcome those who want to become licensed! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us using our “Contact Us” link. We will be more than happy to answer your questions!
Joe Pomponio – K5JEP
W5JAS – Lakes Area Amateur Radio Club President