You may want to refer to this page on the New England Repeater Directory (http://www.nerepeaters.com/simplex.htm).
All simplex nodes in MA are listed. Most of the IRLP nodes have standard codes: (*0 – node status /XXXX – The node number you want to dial would be an “X” /73 – clear node). EchoLink nodes have mostly standard codes: (Dial the node number / # to clear). If you are not sure about the node, contact the node owner or control operator.
You can listen to the space shuttle audio on IRLP reflector 9877 on either 147.000+, 145.490-, or my node 147.540s. Just dial 9877. You can also listen on EchoLink *NASA* conference #13599.
Chris Washburn, W1EAV
Looks great and once everyone gets used to how to post it should reall work out well!! Super Job Tim!! -Dave W1DJG
Valentines Day is this Saturday so don’t forget to get your YL or XYL that fine heart shaped box of truffles from Dorothy Cox in Fairhaven or your favorite fine candy store. Don’t find yourself in the dog house this early in the year!
The family of long time SEMARA member, Paul Lariviere – WA1CQM (SK) donated his Kenwood TS940 HF Transceiver and his TR-7850 2-meter FM mobile radio. Rest in Peace Paul, these will be put to good use by SEMARA members.
The deadline for the August edition of Zero Beat is right around the corner. Please contribute photos, stories, how you got started in the hobby, etc. Perhaps a short story regarding a project you are working on, a new radio or antenna or report on an event you attended recently. Contact our Zero Beat editor, Bob, K1KVV today!
This year’s flea market will be held on the club ground on Sunday, September 10, 2006.
Current news concerning the club and it’s members will now appear on the home page!