Amateur Extra Class

Have your General license and interested in upgrading?

Join us in room 130 at Union College’s Krueger Center (approximately 50th and Bancroft) from 18:30-21:30 starting Wednesday, March 21.  The class will run six weeks.  Testing will be provided at the end of the class.

The class is free, please bring the ARRL Extra Class License Manual 11th Edition.  It is available from the ARRL and Amazon in print (paperback or spiral and Kindle). For study purposes, I also recommend 2016-2020 Extra Class FCC Element 4 by Gordon West.

Registration is not required.  Just show up.

Class Location

Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/jhSbZTDL6uH2

For more information, feel free to email class@k0kkv.org.

Instructors are Bryan, WØBCL, and Aaron, NØADR.

March Club Meeting

The March club meeting is March 14 at 19:30. We will meet at LI-COR (4647 Superior Street) – located near the intersection of Superior Street and North 48th Street.

Emergency Services in Lancaster County

Jim Davidsaver, Lancaster County Emergency Management Director, and Ed Holloway, KØRPT, Nebraska ARES Emergency Coordinator, will present on emergency preparedness and the coming weather spotter season.

February Club Meeting

The February club meeting is Feb. 14 at 19:30. We will meet at LI-COR (4647 Superior Street) – located near the intersection of Superior Street and North 48th Street.

Ken Dewey: 2017 Weather in Review and 2018 WeatherFest

Come out to LI-COR and listen to Dr. Ken Dewey, WDØBIV, as he gives a behind-the-cumulonimbus look at Nebraska’s sometimes mild, sometimes wild weather. He’ll bring us a sneak peek into what to expect this year. Ken will also talk about the Central Plains Weather Symposium and Family Weatherfest, which will be at UNL’s Innovation Campus on Saturday, April 7.

Bring your storm-chasing and cloud-gazing friends and join us!

General Class Starting

Have your Technician license and interested in upgrading?

Join us in room 130 at Union College’s Krueger Center (approximately 50th and Bancroft) from 18:30-21:30 starting Wednesday, January 17.  The class will run six weeks.  Testing will be provided at the end of the class.

No book is required and the class is free, but the ARRL General Class License Manual 8th Edition is highly recommended.  It is available from the ARRL and Amazon in print (paperback or spiral and Kindle).

Registration is not required.  Just show up.

Class Location

Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/jhSbZTDL6uH2

For more information, feel free to email class@k0kkv.org.