The 285 TechConnect Radio Club - NAØTC was formed in 2006 by Steve - AIØW, Jim - KAØNZZ, and Nancy - KØNCC to provide a forum for technical discussions, presentations, and projects. We are an ARRL Special Service Club.
We want to provide a wide-range of learning for people interested in the technical and operating areas of ham radio to increase knowledge and license levels and provide a forum for technical learning and sharing of information. Everyone is welcome!
We are scheduled to be at Intercanyon Fire Protection District station #3, 8445 South Highway 285, for our 2020 regular meetings. Exceptions will be posted here.
Please join us every Tuesday evening on the 145.145 repeater for the TechNet at 7PM.
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The club elected new officers for 2020, for the positions of President and Vice-President. Our new club President is Jim – NØCOT, and Frank – KØFEI has moved to the position of Vice-President. Jim – KCØRPS continues as Secretary and Treasurer.
In appointed / volunteer positions, Jed – KDØYMG continues as Web Manager and Club PR, with Robb – KCØZGK continuing as TechNet Director. Bob – KDØBRA will be serving as the Director of the Techfest Committee. Larry – KØMHO will keep the coffee and doughnuts coming.
We still have an urgent need for a Program Coordinator for our monthly meetings. If you are a club member, and are willing to serve in this capacity, please contact Jim or Frank.
In prior years, we have always included TechFest attendees in our membership rolls. Beginning in 2019, membership in the club will be seperated from TechFest attendance. We would like to invite and encourage all interested amateur radio operators to support the club and become a dues-paying member. Dues are just $10 a year.
The club is always looking for speakers for our meetings. If you would like to share your knowledge of amateur radio operation or a related technical topic, or know of someone who can speak at one of our meetings, please contact our speaker coordinator.
The club is discussing the development and installation of a remote station for club member use. This station will be accessible over the internet and be capable of operating FT8, and possibly other digital modes, phone, and CW. We currently have a location available and some surplus equipment with which to build the station. The club is looking for a member to spearhead this effort, resolving the details and implementing the station. Other club members are willing to help as needed. If you are willing to help with this project, please contact Frank - KØFEI.
Our next regular meeting will be on March 7th, 2020, at Fire Station #3, at 10:00 AM. We have doughnuts and coffee at 9:30.
We encourage attendees to bring their toys, projects, gear, etc. for show'n'tell, as long as it's related to amateur radio.