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The RV Radio Network is an ARRL affiliated association of RV enthusiasts who also share an interest in Amateur Radio. Here you will find information about rallies, hamfests, radio nets, and other activities of interest to the members of our club. We invite all Amateur Radio Operators with an appropriate FCC license to participate in our nightly net on 7265 KHz. at 7:00 PM Central Time
(15 minutes earlier in winter months.)
Our Net Contnrol Operatorss KA2HPG, KJ4TD, N0AZA, K5WWT, and K5TGS welcome you. We are always looking for Alternate NCOs. If you would like to be an alternate NCO please contact our Communications Manager - Fred, KA2HPG.
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Posted by K4HM - Hank Montgomery
10-16-2018 13:34 EST

Hi Dan, Glad to have you on the roster! Although I hope to attend Quartzfest some day, I have not been able to get over there yet. We have a week long Christmas and New Years gathering in Birmingham Alabama each year with our 5 kids, 11 grand-kids, 2 great-grand-kids, and uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces,etc, and it is just too far for us to drive in the time left after January 2nd.

I also have used an Eagle One mounted on the back of my RV and it has performed well for me over the last 9 years.

I look forward to meeting you at a rally.
73, K4HM - Hank

Posted by KE0SSV - Dan Squier
10-11-2018 21:09 EST

Thanks for accepting my membership application. New to Ham Radio, interested in the CW end of things more so than voice. Studying for the General. Currently in Iowa, soon to be in South Texas and all across the southern tier in our Tiffin Allegro Bay.


We plan on attending the Quartzfest get-to-gether in January. Anyone else? I hope to pick some ham brains to get more efficient in using my FT 450D. I have an Eagle One mounted on the RV and what little I have used it, it seems to get better reception than my OCF dipole mounted on my back deck, up 33ft with an inverted V.

Hope to see some of you in AZ

73, KE0SSV Dan

Posted by K4HM - Hank Montgomery
7-27-2018 04:03 EST

Hello Steve and David,

I have used an Eagle One push-up vertical antenna for most of the years I have been RVing. It is mounted to the ladder on the back of my motor home and when collapsed it it is barely above the roof, not as high as the A/C units on top of the coach. When extended it i
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Read the June 2018 Network News <HERE>
2018 FALL EYEBALL RALLY PICTURES

Thanks to Charlotte and Bill Kraft ‐ Pictures from the rally can be found <HERE> in a new photo album section that is currently under development.  Some pictures are unedited leaving them quite large so they may load slowly.


2018 RALLY SURVEY

A new Rally Survey is now on the Members Only Page. This is a short (less than 10 minutes) follow-up to last years survey. Please share your opinions, suggestions, requirements and preferences to help plan future rallies. Uppon completion of the survey you will be able to see the compiled results.


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Welcome new RVRN members

#1409 N0AZA Robert and Jill Carl
#1410 K7PWE Pat and Elaine Eastman
#1411 W2JTR John and Eileen Rogers
#1412 AJ4VF Mike and Michelle Felkins
#1413 KA3D Daniel and Colleen Farrell
#1414 KE0SSV Dan and Susan Squier
#1415 KE0PGJ Rollin and June Surig
#1416 KK4DOD James Kolinski
#1417 NO2W Bo and Patrice Lysell
#1418 KG7HRS james and Pauline walker



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