The Northwest Iowa Amateur Radio Club (NIARC)was formed in 2004 to serve the four county area of Sioux, O'Brien, Lyon and Osceola Counties in Iowa. NIARC meetings are held at the NCC college on the 4th Tuesday of each month, except December, at 7 p.m. in building A, room 118. Members also meet for coffee and breakfast at the local Family Table Restaurant (on business highway 60) each Sat. at 8 a.m. for about an hour, please come and join us.
You can now find the club on EchoLink.. Search W0VHQ-R for Sheldon 310 or KD0QOZ-R Perkins Corner 300
EchoLink allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to connect to one another over the Internet. You can use EchoLink to connect your station (or your computer) over the Internet to other amateurs using the same software, and carry on a voice QSO. This greatly enhances the range and utility of mobile and portable VHF/UHF-FM stations, and also allows computer-equipped hams to access distant repeaters directly. You can access EchoLink either with a radio or a computer. If you are in range of an FM repeater or simplex station equipped with EchoLink, you can use DTMF commands from your radio to access the EchoLink network. If you are a licensed amateur with an Internet-connected PC, you can access EchoLink stations directly from your PC.
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