March Club Meeting

The March club meeting is March 13 at 19:30. We will meet at LI-COR (4647 Superior Street) – located near the intersection of Superior Street and North 48th Street.

Dr. Ken Dewey, WDØBIV

It’s that time of year again for our very own Ken Dewey, WDØBIV, to give his annual presentation. Ken will review the past 12 months of weather, especially our weird and wacky winter, as well as what we might expect with this spring’s severe weather season. Ken will also give an overview of the upcoming Central Plains Severe Weather Symposium and Family Weatherfest, which includes storm spotter training, scheduled for Saturday, April 6, at the Nebraska Innovation Campus.

March VE Testing

There will be two testing opportunities this month.  The monthly VE test will be held as scheduled at the Red Cross on Thursday, March 7, at 6:30 pm. There will also be VE testing during Hamfest on March 9. Testing will be held from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm.  See for details about the event.

February Club Meeting

The February club meeting is February 13 at 19:30. We will meet at LI-COR (4647 Superior Street) – located near the intersection of Superior Street and North 48th Street.

Lincoln-Lancaster County Emergency Management

Jim Davidsaver, Lincoln-Lancaster County Emergency Management Director, will be our presenter at the February club meeting.

The new EOC is operational. Jim will show us some photos and let us know all we need to about the new facility.

Be sure to check out the article in the Lincoln Journal Star:

General Class

Is 2019 the year you’ll upgrade your license from Tech to General? The Lincoln Amateur Radio Club is hosting a FREE eight-week course for the General License!

You may choose to purchase a manual. We recommend the ARRL General Class License Manual, Eighth Edition, available from the ARRL and Amazon.

The course will be held in Room 130 of Krueger Hall at Union College and taught by
Aaron Rogge, NØADR.

For more information you can email

January Club Meeting

Are you new to ham radio and experiencing interference from the neighbor’s television? Have you ever thought about how the cable TV system works? How do they get all those channels on a single center conductor and are able to have two-way communications via the internet, video, and audio?

Ed Holloway, KØRPT, will give a presentation on CCTV/CATV design, from the
head end to the subscriber’s set-top box. He’ll show you some things you may want to know about fixing your internal CCTV/CATV system to eliminate interference you may be having. We’ll see you at the club meeting.