Manhattan Area Repeaters
CallsignFreq. & OffsetTypeToneOther Information
KSØLNK147.225 +open114.8linked
KSØMAN147.255 +open88.5autopatch, wx net
WØQQQ145.410 –opennonein service
WØQQQ444.175 +open88.5in service




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Message from the President
James Copeland, KDØICP
September 1, 2017

Thanks everyone who attended last night's meeting!

One final note I forgot to bring up is the plan for weekly operating nights, which are tentatively scheduled for Mondays at 7. It will be a time for people to come and get on the air and spend time at the club station. We can always discuss this and other topics on our weekly net, the first of which will be this Sunday at 6:30 on 145.41. Hope to hear you on the air!

Finally, I encourage you to try out our 444.175 repeater if you haven't. It continues to surprise me, as I just had a conversation with someone near Paxico, KS (22 miles away) a few minutes ago. He was looking for recommended frequencies he could listen to on his way to Denver! I was happy to help him out and encourage people to try and monitor the club repeaters more if possible. It's always a great feeling to help out a fellow ham!   (photo link)



Message from the President
James Copeland, KDØICP
August 28, 2017

Greetings all,

I'm very excited for this coming year for the amateur radio club! In case you are new, I'm the president of the club, and here are a few upcoming notes you'll want to be aware of.

We will have our first amateur radio club meeting this Wednesday, August 30th in Ward Hall Room 135 at 6:30 PM. Our speaker this month will be Jon Klimek from the Manhattan Area Amateur Radio Society, and he will be talking about Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES). If you are at all interested in emergency management, this would be a very worthwhile meeting to attend!

We will also answer questions about club membership, and should be able to take care of key cards and station access fees for members who have their licenses, so they can have 24-hour access to the club station.

Finally, we'll also discuss potential weekly operating nights, net times and other events we can do throughout the year.

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions! I'm very happy to answer them!



KSUARC president James Copeland, KDØICP, is featured on p. 96 of the January 2017 QST, in a promotion for the Winter ARRL School Club Roundup on Feb. 13-17. (information) Congrats to our outstanding president for this recognition! This story is archived in our photos section. (posted by KAØJPM, secretary-treasurer)







Amateur Radio Club at Kansas State University
Electrical and Computer Engineering
3108 Engineering Hall
1701D Platt Street
Manhattan, Kansas 66506

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