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Nevada

Nevada

Contact Information

Section Name:
Nevada
Contact:
Gary F. Grant
Daytime Phone:
775-851-7840
Evening Phone:
Cell (775)351-3568
Email:
k7vy@netzero.net

Basic Information

Division:
Pacific
Description:

Please also see the Nevada Section website for much more information:

http://nv.arrl.org

 

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NEWS FLASH:

Congratulations

The State of Nevada has a new Navy MARS Director.  

Jim Basset, W1RO, is an ARRL Life Member and lives in Las Vegas.

Jim Bassett W1RO / NNNøZKQ of Las Vegas has assumed the position from Dale Yanz KJ6IX / NNNøBCF of Gardnerville.

Bassett has more than 45 years of communications experience.  He served 20 years in the US Navy, retiring as a Chief Radioman.  He also was employed for an additional 20 years as a Communications Specialist with Las Vegas Fire and Rescue.

Bassett joined MARS in 1979.  He is a Life Member of the ARRL and is a member of Clark County ARES/RACES.

From: Nevada Amateur Radio Newswire


Section News:

 HELP WANTED:  

Station Operators are needed for W1AW/7.and the 7QP for May 3.

If your Nevada Ham club or yourself would like to be involved

please contact Tom K5RC at  tom@k5rc.com

Tom K5RC operates a "world class" contest station in the Virginia City

Highlands. 

This is the 100th anniversary of the ARRL and is an opportunity for a

great operating experience.  "Let's put Nevada on the map!"

73, Gary K7VY

Check out the announcement of W1AW/7 on

http://w7rn.com/main/page_w1aw7_nv.html

NVCON will take place in historic Virginia City, Nevada. May 20, 31 and June 1, 2014.    Get on board today!

  Happenings: W7AOR, VOIP Conference Friday May 30.  State Emergency Managers and State ARES Leadership Conference, BBQ.  Saturday May 31: Ham Swap, Ham Cram with Instructor KD7YIM;  KI1U - ARRL Emergency Preparedness Manager "Managing ARES during Hurricanes", KF2I Nevada Communications Interoperability, Lunch with Gordon West, WB6NOA, KC7FEN HIPPA-Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act,, KG7JAB "ARKSTORM" Reno Area Flood on Steroids, VE Exams, Banquet & Evening Activities at the historic "Pipers Opera House" featuring: Wild Horse Drive Bluegrass Band and McAvoy Laynes as the "Ghost of Mark Twain."  Visit the W7RN "World Class" Contest Station.  Plus: Vendors, Prizes, ARRL and much more.   All that comes can also ride a train, take a mine tour, and see historic Virginia City Nevada!   Websitehttp://NVCON.org  

Information from the Nevada Counties: 

Clark County
Our monthly training session reviewed how to use the Form ICS-213 ]. It was a good review in anticipation of our team being utilized for the April 23 TREMOR-14 full scale exercise. Also, Steve Deveny, KF7WGL and Jim Bassett, W1RO, drove to different parts of the Vegas Valley to test the efficiency of mobile NVIS antennas with several Las Vegas area ARES members checking in and giving reports, most of which were very positive. At least one ARES member, Bob Romans, AF7NV, provided communications support for the Baker-to-Vegas run.
Bill Smith, W7HMV, EC
 

Lincoln County:
We had 2 planning meetings to discuss a Ham Cram and the
forming of a club.
We had 4 new Technicians from the Ham Cram.
We had 1 upgrade from General to Extra;  LEE W. HONE EC K7NKH

Churchill County:
ARCC and our ARES arm continue to train, and prepare. ICS training classes, and courses, and proctice Traffic Handeling are an on-going staple of the ARCC.
Bob Clifford, KF7LSM, has assumed the position of Emergency Coordinator, Churchill County. Bob is hitting the ground running, and will serve our county well. Good luck, Bob
Richard C. Bischoff K7ET, ADEC

Douglas County:

Thank you, Dale, KJ6IX, for your service as Douglas County EC. Glad you will still be at the helm for packet and other DCART operations in between your hosting/camping assignment.   I will try my hand at being the Douglas County ARES Emergency Coordinator.   Our DCART Monday evening nets are still on the 146.655 repeater pl 131.8 at 1830 hours as we test and check the coverage, especially for our team members. This repeater, along with the 147.330 pl 123 are the ones used for Alpine County operations such as the annual Death Ride event.   LeRoy, KA7UIS, will probably still staff the 147.270 pl 123 during our nets to take checkins who cannot reach the other one. The 147.270 repeater is still key for Douglas County planning.   73, Sheila Clement, KA7AJQ ARES EC, Douglas and Alpine Counties 775-267-3216

 

From Ray W7YKN in Reno.   Check on your W1AW status!

http://centennial-qso-party.arrl.org/index.php  

"You should be able to log in with your LOTW stuff, not your regular ARRL website stuff."
 

New Nevada Amateur Radio News Website:  Check out the new Website: www.nevadahamradio.com/  John, N7UR PIC has done an excellent job!

Nevada Officials