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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 AB9GH - SAMUEL JONES
6-30-2019 _ 4:47 PM CDT

Anyone know how to adjust the tension on RV awning? it goes about 3ft from the top and stops when you are putting it up.I can roll it on up by hand . all help would be appreciated

Posted by K4HM - Hank Montgomery
6-20-2019 19:13 EST

Hi Calvin, I heard a couple of voices that I recognized but could not hear enough to understand what they were saying. I don't know if there was an active NCS or not. Band conditions here on the east shore of Lake Michigan were terrible.
73,
K4HM - Hank

Posted by W4QMT - Calvin Means
6-20-2019 00:27 EST

What happened to the net Wednesday 6/19? Never heard anyone.

Posted by KE0NA - David Ventura
6-11-2019 03:02 EST

Thanks Hank,
Since the class B we purchased is based on a Mercedes Benz Sprinter Van, the roof top rails turned out to be the way to mount antennas. We ordered the rail clips from the Sprinter Store (sprinterstore.com) and fabricated aluminum brackets. I have already installed a dual-bander, and my Yaesu HF Screwdriver antenna (ATAS 120A) and they appear to work fine. Routing the coax will be the next challenge :-).
73, Dave - KE0NA

Posted by N4MSN - Donald Hediger
6-5-2019 17:14 EST

Never mind, I spend 5 minutes looking and the moment I leave the post I find the password edit area.

Posted by N4MSN - Donald Hediger
6-5-2019 17:13 EST

What do I select from the homepage to change my password? I can't find the location.

Posted by K4HM - Hank Montgomery
5-20-2019 00:46 EST

Hello Dave and Richard, Sorry about the delayed response.

Regarding RFI, I have not had any problem with RFI to my TST TPMS system, or other systems from my ham radio equipment. BUT - I have found that many of the LED lighting systems do cause broad band noise in the HF and the VHF ham reception as well as to digital TV. One of my lights would completely blank out one of the TV frequencies. Last week I bought some more expensive LEDs from a company owned by a ham and those have not caused any problems. And most of us have experienced the noise that inexpensive modified square wave inverts cause on our ham bands.

As to wiring
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WD4DGC, John Halley, Net#22
SK May, 4th. 2019

John held Net #22 for over 30 years and was often heard on the evening net as "WD4 DARN GOOD CAMPER".    His obituary can be seen on Legacy.com or from our Silent Key page.
Read the May 2019 Network News <HERE>
2019 RV Radio Network Fall Eyeball Rally
Wednesday September 11 - Saturday September 14
Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds, Superior, WI
See the 2019 Fall Rally page for current information.

Announcing the RV Radio Network Shop

We now have an online store on the Cafe Press website where members can purchase items and apparel bearing the RV Radio Ndetwork Logo. Currently you will find polo shirts, mugs, and various magnets, and buttons but many other items can be added from the Cafe Press inventory.

Visit the RV Radio Network Shop

Click the cafe press icon at the bottom of the page to see their entire inventory. Please send requests for additional items or feedbackk to the RVRN webmaster


RV Radio Network EchoLink Net
Each Thursday at 8:00 PM Central Time.
On the W3TOM-R EchoLink Repeater.

We now have a weekly net available to ANY Amateur Radio Operator holding a Tecnician class or higher license. EchoLink makes it possible to participate in an "On-The-Air" radio net even if you don't have a radio. See information on this website HERE. We thank fellow RVRN member Tom, W3TOM, for supporting this net on his EchoLink repeater.


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.


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Welcome new RVRN members

#1450 KI5EIL Jerry Lewis
#1451 W1IK Jim Wickstrom
#1452 W8MCW Mark Wheeler
#1453 N4MSN Donald and Marisa Hediger
#1454 AI5RL Ricky and Melinda LeBlanc
#1455 N4BGG Bruce and Suzanne Graham
#1456 N9LWE Dennis and Kay Evans
#1457 K0LCB Leonard BOYER
#1458 WD5GIC Ronnie and Jan Franklin
#1459 WA5H Jack and Margaret Rogers



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