Starke County Amateur Radio Club
Welcome to our site.
RADIOVILLE SPECIAL EVENT
W9JOZ will be on the HF bands.
See October QST for more details
Article on Yaesu Fusion Radios that work with the KN9OX repeater.Yaesu
Some new For Sale Items by Mike WB9L and others. See the
For Sale Page.
Dues are due.
If you wish, you may mail your dues to:
204 South Main Street, Knox, IN 46534
See you at the meeting.
The Saturday 8:00 p.m. net is on the 145.410 KN9OX Repeater.
145.410 is a coordinated repeater assigned to KN9OX
by the Indiana Repeater Council.
Net Control Roster is on the VHF Net page.
The KN9OX repeater is a new Yaesu Fusion Digital Repeater,
running on Automatic (Digital/Digital). PL is still 131.8. Tone is on
transmit and receive.
For information about the club that you haven't found on
the pages here, send us an email to
Next meeting is October 20th .
Foxhunts are the third Sunday of each month.
Miles and a two-hour time limit
Meet at 1:00 CST at the Sandy Acres park on the south end
Contact via email to see if one will be conducted as there
have been a lack of hams to conduct one.
Indiana Wet Net
Bill, W9OPR would like your help supporting the National Weather
Service with precipitation reports from your location. All you need is an
inexpensive rain gauge and to report your daily amounts on the Indiana Wet
Net every morning on the LaPorte ARC repeater (146.610, - offset, 131.8 PL)
from 6:00-7:00am Monday-Saturday.
What is Ham Radio all about?
After reading the above start taking the practice exams here:
WELCOME NEW HAMS
for a welcome packet in pdf format.
Looking for an inexpensive mobile radio? There are some priced at under
$200, with dual band mobiles costing less than $300. There are links on the
link pages to several Ham Radio Stores. Don't just go for the closest one,
shop around for the best price.
Items really do sell!
New Items added all the time, so check often.
New Local Weather Spotter Classes check page link below.
Weather Classes listed on weather
A Boy Scout named Liam sent in the link below after checking
out our website. He thought someone might like to visit this weather page.
"Become A Storm Spotter From Home"