|145.490 (+) 141.3 - Tupelo K5VGK||147.075 (+) 103.5 - Tupelo W5NEM||145.450 (-) 192.8 - Fulton WX5P|
|444.950 (+) DMR - Tupelo N5VGK||147.240 (+) 100 - Tupelo K5TUP||443.200 (+) DMR - Amory AD5T||146.940 (-) 192.8 - Amory KB5DWX||145.150 (-) 156.7 FUSION - Guntown WJ5D|
Thursday, June 14, 2018
NEMRA Field Day 2018
Field Day 2018 - June 23rd and June 24th, the members and supporters of NEMRA (Northeast Mississippi Radio Amateurs) will be at 165 Justin Road, Mantachie, MS on the Dennis Farris property and ball field. We will be meeting at 8 am on June 23rd for setup and will kick off at 1300 hours local time. We will be operating as a 2A class this year and will have a GOTA (Get On The Air) station for new hams and those interested in becoming amateur radio enthusiast. We will also have a VHF station set up, frequency to be announced (either 145.450 or 147.075), in the disaster trailer along with the GOTA station. If you want to come out and participate, please remember to familiarize yourself with the N1MM logging software. Please spend a few minutes with this video about the Field Day event and the operation of N1MM logging software, at the following: (https://youtu.be/s6wQK4c1s7M).
Okay gang, if you need any information, questions, fills, or queries, please feel free to contact any of our members or me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will email you back or if you want to provide a phone number, I will call you back.
We are going to have a great time, learn, fellowship, eat, and HAVE FUN and enjoy.
We look forward to seeing you there and please bring a guest to look around, ask questions, and get on the radio if you want.
There will be no testing during the event however if you want to get you amateur radio license we will have a testing session coming up on July 21st, 2018 in Fulton so if you like what you see, then study and get ready, pass your test and join in on the fun and learning.
Take care and God Bless
Also a much needed map to the event. Please look for the RED "Testing Session" sign at the intersection of Justin Road and Hwy 363.