The club meets the first and third Saturdays each month. Meetings are held in Conference Room 203 in the KENW Broadcast Center on the campus
of Eastern New Mexico University. See you at the club meeting
Every Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Greyhound Amateur Radio Emergency Service
The Greyhound ARES Net meets every Tuesday evening on the Midway Repeater (147.000 Mhtz frequency, 67 PL) to chat and to prepare for emergency
communications. The club welcomes all amateurs, near and far, to check in and say hello. Don Criss, KE5UIA, is the net
control station. Join in at 7:00 p.m. on the Midway repeater!
New Mexico Amateur Radio Emergency Service
The New Mexico Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) meets on the air every Sunday of each month. All amateurs
are encouraged to participate in the net to support emergency communications. Join us: 3939
kHz LSB 7:30p.m. MDT
Classes are provided to club members, ENMU students, faculty, and staff at no charge. All that is required is a current edition of
the ARRL License Manual appropriate for your new license or upgrade. Call Jeff at 562 2594 for more information. Please RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
The Greyhound Amateur Radio Club will conduct a license exam session. The exam will be given in the regular Greyhound ARRC meeting place at
the KENW Broadcast Center, Conference Room 203, on the campus of Eastern New Mexico University. Exams begin at 10:00 am sharp, so don't be late!
"Amateur Radio - when all else fails ! "
The Greyhound ARC has received its official
affiliation with the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL), the
national association for amateur radio. Our club supports
the activities of the ARRL including the Amateur Radio Emergency
Service (ARES), the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES),
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA) SKYWARN program, and the Military Affiliate
Radio System (MARS).
The club is actively seeking the donation of
equipment and materials to build a new club station. We would like
to acquire antenna wire, transmission line, both ladder and
coax, HF and VHF antennas and tuners, HF and VHF rigs, and an HF
The club is seeking used Rohn RG25 or Rohn 45 tower sections (in good condition) to assist members
in constructing their home stations.
Software Defined Radios
Software defined radios
represent some of the latest and greatest technology for amateur
radio enthusiasts. Some of our members are experimenting with software
defined radios such as KB9YIG Tony Parks' Softrock Lite SDR receivers
and Softrock RXTX version 6.2 SDR transcievers. Check out this
technology on our 'projects'