CONGRATULATIONS.....goes to Art Zygielbaum K0AIZ, appointed ARRL Midwest Division Vice Director. Art former Nebraska Section Manager was appointed by ARRL President Kay Craigie N3KN on January 1st, 2015, to fill the vacancy created when Vice Director Rod Blocksome, K0DAS was elected Midwest Division Director.
"Amateur Radio has given me a focus that informed and provided technical resources for my entire career," he said. "Accepting the Vice Director position is another way that I can give back to the hobby."
An ARRL Life Member, Zygielbaum served as Nebraska Section manager from 2009 to 2013, and as Midwest Division Assistant Director in 2013 and 2014. He is also a member of the Air Force Military Auxiliary Radio Service (MARS) and serves as Nebraska Deputy State AF MARS Director. He has been licensed since 1961. Zygielbaum will serve a 3-year term.
2015 Nebraska Nominations are needed for
Young Ham of the Year,
Nebraska Ham of theYear,
Young YL Ham of theYear,
YL Ham of the Year
Lifetime Achievement Award
Gwen Anderson K0GAA Memorial Award are needed NOW!
Please e-mail your nominations to email@example.com
For all Ham of the Year nominations: These are for persons that have made contributions to Amateur Radio and more specifically to the Nebraska Section, either through club or individual activities and in the promotion of Amateur Radio, essentially being good ambassadors. All nominations, with the exceptions of the Young Ham and Young YL Ham of the Year Awards, are to be aged 19 and older. IF you are nominating for Young Ham of the Year or Young YL Ham of the Year, they are to be 18 and younger.
Note from the Public Information Coordinator: According to the Young Ladies' Radio League, founded in 1939, all licensed female radio operators, regardless of age or marital status, are addressed as YL. The abbreviation, XYL, refers to the unlicensed wife of a ham.
Nominations for the Gwen Anderson K0GAA Memorial Award is for that person who works behind the scenes either at club meetings, field days, or hamfests/conventions that do a lot of the hard work without the recognition. That is whom I am looking for for this award.
The Lifetime Achievement Award will go to the ham that has dedicated his or her life the furtherment of the hobby. This can be accomplished many ways, but not limited to, promotion of the hobby, holding of multiple offices within clubs/field organizations. Being active in the hobby thru recruitment, elmering, etc.
Please include the callsign of the person(s) that you are nominating and current contact information, i.e., phone number and or email address.
NOMINATIONS WILL END MARCH 7TH, 2015 MIDNIGHT.
The 2015 Nebraska ARRL Convention has been set for March 21st, at the Lancaster Convention Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. It will be held from 8:30am till 2:30pm. You can go to the website http://lincolnhamfest.org/ for additional information.
Nebraska Section Manager
Nebraska Section Traffic Manager
NET REPORTS for January 2015
Nebraska 40 Meter Net Sessions 18 QNI 255 0QTC Reported by KW0R
Nebraska Cornhusker Net Sessions 30 QNI 370 QTC 5 Reported by K0CWW
Nebraska CW Net Sessions 18 QNI 34 QTC 10 Reported by AA0W
Nebraska Morning Phone Net Sessions 26 QNI 1651 QTC 76 Reported by KA0DOC
Nebraska Storm Net Sessions 31 QNI 1804 QTC 26 Reported by AG0L
One Sixty Meter Weather Net Dec 2014 Nov 2014 Sessions 26 30 14 QNI 671 719 350 QTC 0 0 0 Reported by KA0RKB
West Nebraska Net Sessions 27 QNI 1426 QTC 297 Reported by K0RRL
Buffalo County ARES Sessions 4 QNI 24 QTC 0 Reported by WA0LST
Dawson County ARES Sessions QNI QTC Reported by WA0LST
Dodge County ARES Sessions 4 QNI 36 QTC 3 Reported by K0VLA
Eastern Nebraska ARES Net Sessions 31 QNI 858 QTC 0 Reported by N0GMA
Mid-Nebraska ARES Net Sessions 14 QNI 126 QTC 1 Reported by KC0MWM
NPPARC Sessions QNI QTC Reported by WD0D
Platte Valley 2-Meter Net Sessions 4 QNI 32 QTC 0 Reported by KW0R
W0IRZ Memorial ARES Net Sessions 4 QNI 66 QTC 3 Reported by W0WHY
Elkhorn Valley ARC Sessions QNI QTC Reported by KD0JE
• Net Report Legend: Sessions=Number of times net called, QNI=Number of Station Check-ins, QTC=Formal Traffic Count • Traffic Count: KA0DBK: PSHR Total = 86 Traffic Count: K0PTK: PSHR Total = 115 K0PTK: Orig:0 ; Rcvd:62; Sent:251; Dlvd:0 for Total of 313
Nebraska Section Nets Net name frequency meets time CDT time utc
40 Meter Net 7.282 Daily 1300
1800 Cornhusker Net 3.982 Daily 1230 1730
CW Traffic Net 3.540 M-F 1900 0000
Morning Phone Net 3.982 Daily 0730 1230
One Sixty Weather Net 1.995 Daily 1930 0130
Storm Net 3.982 Daily 1830 2330 or 0130
West Nebraska Net 3.950 M-S 0700 1200
Public Service Honor Roll
(Please visit http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/pshr/ for more information
Notes from the Section Traffic Manager:
Looking for any historical notes you may have about any of the Nebraska Section Net’s. Please send me your articles, stories, remembrances, pictures or anecdotes you may have. We will add to the monthly summaries.
Please report your individual traffic monthly totals to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org I also check in to several net’s daily, you can send to me on the net. I welcome your comments and suggestions.
OFFICIAL OBSERVER REPORTS
WB0MWB 34 hours
W0HXL 30 hours
AC0DQ 80 hours
WB0WXS 10 hours
WB0CMC 35 hours
KE6DZD 100 hours
KB0ZZT 50 hours
KE0XQ 150 hours
N0XY and KB0DNP No report
AKSARBEN ARC http://www.aksarbenarc.org/main/
Amateur Radio Association of Nebraska (used to be: Hastings ARC) http://www.w0wwv.org
Ashland ARC http://ashlandarc.org/
Bellevue ARC http://www.bellevuearc.org
Boyer Valley Amateur Radio Club (IA) http://www.bvarc.net
Buffalo County ARES http://www.bcares.info
Douglas County ARES http://www.mdares.org/home/
Elkhorn Valley ARC http://www.qsl.net/evarc
Heartland Amateur Radio Association http://www.qsl.net/hara
Heartland DX Association http://www.hdxa.net
Lincoln ARC http://www.k0kkv.org
Midway ARC http://wØky.kearney.net/
Midwest Home Brewer's & QRP Group http://www.qsl.net/hbqrp
Nebraska EMA http://www.nema.ne.gov/
Pine Ridge ARC http://www.pineridgearc.org/
Pioneer Amateur Radio Club http://www.k0jfn.com
Strategic Air Command Memorial ARC http://www.sacmarc.org/
Quarter Century Wireless Association http://www.qcwa.org/
Society of Wireless Pioneers http://www.sowp.org/
South East Nebraska Radio Club http://www.senrc.farmpond.net
1Ø-1Ø International http://www.ten-ten.org/
3900 Club http://www.3900club.com
Other Links of Interest
ARRL DX Bulletins http://www.arrl.org/w1aw/dx/
ARRL Propagation Bulletins http://www.arrl.org/w1aw/prop/
ARRL Keplarian Elements http://www.arrl.org/w1aw/kep/
ARRL Transmission Schedule http://www.arrl.org/w1aw.html#w1awsked
ARRL General and Special Bulletins http://www.arrl.org/w1aw/
ARRL Emergency Communications http://www.emergency-radio.org
These are Amateur Radio Operators who are ill and need our support. Please send get well cards or QSL cards with your best wishes on them as they recover from their illnesses or surgeries. I will post along with their names what they are recovering from only with the permission of the families or the member themselves.
While we celebrate the friends that they were, it is with sadness that we recognize the loss of these hams from our fold.
WØADK - Lambert (Burm) Burmester
WDØFCK - Floyd D. Scholl
KFØFO Jim Peterson
KØSDG Paul Heiser
WØAEX - Bob Rennolet, Sr.
KØAQQ - William Sprout
WAØASM - Steve May
KAØBTY - Robert Musil
KCØEHX - Roger Wilmont
WØHNW - Garry (Hoss) Cartwright
KØJPP - Berl Damkroger
KØKES - Joe Nanos
KBØOZD - Tadhg (Tag) Jackson
WØQOU - Martin Klein
WDØQVX - Henry Missel
ex-KAØREX - Claudius Shoniwa
KØRPC - Raymond M. Pohl
WØRVQ - Verne Voss
WØSZF - Verle (Moe) Francis
KAØTDN - Glen A. Roberts
KAØFZW - Raymond E. Sheridan
WØGFQ - Leo Meyerson
WØJCB - William A. Rice
WØJCP - Dick Dyas
WØJJL - Jim Monk
KCØKOG - Jim Nitz
WØKQX - Ronald L. Frame
KI0KS - Robert Dunn Jr.
KAØLAR - Dan Tinkham
KBØLLZ - Bud Watson
KA2NIC - John Mark
KA0S - Doug Mibourn
WCØP - Don Duckett
KCØQR - Jerry Robb
KØTVP - Stanley Prokes
KØUDB - Gaylord Ottun
KBØWIC - Richard W. Harter
NØWWO - James Kuehn
KØYAB - Dick Moen
KCØYE - Robert M. Hill
NØXII - Steve Peterson
KCØYFU - Steve Rudolph
NØZRV - Vernon (Vern) Berggren
ARRL External Noise Handbook
HAMFESTS AND CONVENTIONS
Nebraska Section Convention: http://www.lincolnhamfest.org
When attending a VE session, make sure you bring the following: your original license, a photocopy of your original license, 2 forms of identification (one with a photograph of you), any CSCE's and $15.00 cash or check.
Lincoln Amateur Radio Club
First Thrusday of every month at 7pm CT, T&R's Garden Restaurant, 5250 Cornhusker Highway, Lincoln. For more information, the club website is http://www.k0kkv.org.
You may reprint items from this webpage/newsletter without prior permission if attribution to this source is provided.
Matthew N. Anderson
ARRL Nebraska Section Manager