CQ Chatter Newsletter

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Monthly features of CQ Chatter

Newsletter Editor

The newsletter editor is Bob - N1RB.

Newsletters

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November 2022

Wood County AREDN Mesh Is Up!

October 2022

AREDN Group Performs Propagation Test
Foxhunt Held after September Breakfast
Beginner''s Guide To Lithium Rechargeable Batteries
For sale
2022 Skywarn Severe Weather Spotter Training
WCARC Roster

September 2022

QRZ.com and Gigaparts Collaborate to Help New Hams
ARISS Operates on Voice Repeater and APRS at Same Time
Findlay Hamfest flyer

August 2022

Equipment Committee to Study Options
Helping Secure Amateur Radio's Digital Future
Amateur Radio Showcased at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh

July 2022 -- Field Day Supplement

A Ham of Many Interests [WB8NQW]
Ham Radio Operators Tune In to Giant Waves in the Earth's Ionosphere
2022 AWA Conference

June 2022

Field Day Plans
Jubilee QSL Card Available
How to Use Amateur Radio Moonbounce-EME Propagation
Monroe Hamfest and Computer Show

May 2022

The Sun Is Flaring Up
Free Stuff
The 10-Meter Band
Trunk Sale & Swap Meet

April 2022

Hamvention Is a Go (So Far)
What is FT-8?
Field Day Volunteers Wanted
Trunk Sale & Swap Meet
Free Stuff

March 2022

New Rules Going into Effect this Year for Field Day
TMRA 'Fest Cancelled
Solar Eclipse to Impact Wood County
For Sale
Searching [for equipment]
APRS Developer Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, SK
Trunk Sale & Swap Meet

February 2022

Kick-off Successful
Radiation Safety Compliance
Cycle 25 May Be Better Than We Think!
Livonia Amateur Radio Club Swap & Shop
Heathkit Equipment For Sale

January 2022

Time for a Kick-off
How Amateur Radio Fanatics Launched the World’s First Private Communications Satellite
Livonia Amateur Radio Club Swap-N-Shop

Archives

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