Lewiston Clarkston Valley amateur radio CLUB

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National Traffic System™ (NTS™)

During disasters or other emergencies, radiograms are used to communicate information critical to saving lives or property, or to inquire about the health or welfare of a disaster victim.

To get involved with NTS™ , find your local NTS affiliate on the air: ARRL Net Directory Search.

 The NTS Methods and Practices Guidelines (NTS MPG) is presented as one single PDF document at this link.   The NTS MPG may also be found as an appendix to the NTS Manual that is referenced at the lower right portion of this page.

Zello


The Idaho DX Association is a fully incorporated, non-profit, ARRL Affiliated, amateur radio organization.  With a passionate interest in DX contesting, the IDXA club mission is to create unity among Idaho contesters, promote the spirit of amateur radio through respectful contesting, and to contribute to the overall goodwill worldwide.

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EchoLink

Every year on 3916, we give good little boys and girls a chance to talk to Santa Claus at the North Pole!   It is indeed a magical experience to experience kids talking with Santa through the magic of Amateur Radio!  


The Santa Net is on the air every night, November 23rd through December 24th at 7:30 PM Central. 
To participate in The Santa Net, just have your kids prepared to tell Santa their top 2-3 gift wishes.  

Zello originally launched in Russia in 2007 as LoudTalks, and now has 100 million users worldwide. Six million new registered users have joined the app since Monday, and it is the top free app in the iOS App Store. The app is available for a large number of platforms, including Android, BlackBerry and iOS, as well as Windows Phone 8, Windows PCs and Land Mobile Radio.

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READY FOR THE NEWS?

N7LCV HAS A 2M REPEATER GOING UP

145.190  (-)   CTSS 67HZ

If done correctly when keyed up it should read 144.590

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Cabrillo is the standard file format used by the ARRL and other major contest sponsors for log checking and scoring. The Cabrillo standard only specifies how the text in a file is to be structured – specific items in a specific format. It does not affect the scoring of the log and it does not guarantee the validity of QSOs. The name Cabrillo has no significant meaning, other than it is the name of the place in California where Trey Garlough, N5KO, developed the format.

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“Amateur Radio operators provide an invaluable service to their communities by assisting local emergency communication efforts when disasters occur and main lines are down," Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal.