For Echolink, just connect to K4EX-R (node 922106). We accept connections from simplex nodes, repeaters, and all Echolink clients. Hopefully this will allow more hams to link up, and those of you who do not have access over the air can still participate using a desktop application.
(note – there is a callsign validation process involved in getting your echolink account setup)
Our annual event where we set up an Amateur Radio Station at the Church St. Christmas walk. This is where we let the kids talk to Santa Claus and operate the radio. We will be set up for 3 days only 7 to 9pm.
They’re LIVE! LITERALLY! Tune in the first Sunday of every month at 9PM EST to hear the
NEW LIVE RadioActiveHam
Missed a meeting ?
We are now keeping a record of the meeting minutes on-line.
Click on the picture above to see the list of past meetings.
People you run into on the road
NEXT CLUB MEETING IS
SINCE MOST OF US WILL BE AT THE HAM FEST IN PLANT CITY
- We meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month (unless we change our minds) at PYRACANTHA / NAOMI JONES, 38122 Martin Luther King Blvd in Dade City FL. The informal meetings start at 8am sharp and run for about an hour. There is usually an informative discussion related to ham radio. So if you’re looking for for “Robert’s Rules of Order”, this is probably not the club for you. After the meeting is over, we generally retreat to a local eatery for breakfast.
HAM RADIO BREAKFAST
Join us each Saturday morning at 9 o’clock for breakfast at
SMITTY’S SMOKEHOUSE & GRILL
12830 US Highway 301 ,
Dade City FL 33525
Check in via the
K4EX Repeater (146.880)
so we can have a seat waiting for you!
NEW REPEATER ON 146.880
more infomation about the new yaesu DR-1 repeater click on the picture.
UHF repeater up and running
Pictures of the new setup can be found here
EPARS sponsors a mailing list or “reflector” that allows members to send e-mail messages to everyone in the group. A single e-mail to the group address will send the message to all other group members. This can be helpful for finding an expert on a particular topic, listing an item for sale, or quickly getting out a message of general interest.
The list is part of Yahoo Groups. Messages are not only e-mailed to group members, but also kept available on a web site, allowing members to review past postings.
There are two ways to join. The simplest is just to send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org . Make sure your return address is the address to which you would like the group messages to come.
You should get a confirming e-mail back. Note the instructions that it will include on how to post a message and how to unsubscribe. A common mistake people make when trying to unsubscribe is to send their request to the entire group. Note that the address to use to drop out of the group (unsubscribe) is different from the one used to post a message.
The second way to subscribe is through the Yahoo Groups web site. Go to https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/epars_info/info and follow the instructions to subscribe. If you are not already signed up with Yahoo Groups, you will need to choose an ID and password. Signing up in this manner will also give you access to message history, member list, pictures that have been posted, and other features.
Club logo shirts available to order.
Call Tina now and order your Shirt , cap,
or anything that you would like to have
the EPARS logo and your name on.
Tuesday Night Net Control Operators Needed
(January 7, 2014) — The East Pasco Amateur Radio Society is currently looking for volunteer Net Control Operators to assist with the weekly Tuesday Night.
Being a Net Control operator is a great way to enhance your public service communications skills. Training will be provided by our net managers who will assist you and provide our current net preamble. You need only commit to handling the net one Tuesday session each month.
Anyone interested should contact our Net Managers
Richard ‘BEAR’ Parker KF4ORW@yahoo.com
Chris Bloxsom N2KBK@yahoo.com.
We appreciate your assistance with our EPARS Net !
Click on the link below to see what is going on over in Weeki Wachee