Hazel Park Amateur Radio Club - W8HP / W8JXU

Amateur License Courses – Technician, General, Extra

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The Hazel Park Amateur Radio Club, along with the Southfield Emergency
Management Division, are pleased to offer our latest Technician course. 
It runs for Ten weeks, on Thursdays, September 12 to November 14, from 7
to 9 PM.  The VE Exam will be administered at the last session.

The Hazel Park Amateur Radio Club, along with the Southfield Emergency
Management Division, are pleased to offer our latest General course.  It
runs for Twelve weeks, on Tuesdays, September 10 to November 26, from 7
to 9 PM.  The VE Exam will be administered in neighboring  Oak Park the
week after the course is completed.

The Hazel Park Amateur Radio Club is  pleased to offer our latest Extra
Class course.  It runs for Twelve weeks, on Tuesdays, September 10 to
November 26, from 7 to 9 PM.  The VE Exam will be administered at the
last session.

Please contact Jerry Begel Education Chairman W9NPI w9npi@comcast.net for details.

Hazel Park ARS ARRL Field Day 2019 –07.25.2019

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Interesting HF Nets

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Medium Speed CW Net

Al’s Geezer Net

28.028 MHz 8:00 pm Tuesdays

Metro Detroit Area

Tuesday CW Afterglow Net

443.225 UHF DART ~8:20 PM

The Wolverine Single 80M Phone Sideband Net

3.935 mhz Seven days per week at 2300 UTC

Pre-net group starts 2200 UTC

Topics of interest are discussed, and humor abounds.

Breakfast Club 

3.973 Mhz

2 nets 7 days a week

-Before Breakfast Club 3:00 am – 5:00 am ET

-Breakfast Club 5:00 am – 9:00 am ET

Check in once an hour unless no check-ins during net

Mostly folks east of the Rocky Mountains to the east coast

Can’t Remember Stuff Net

Monday thru Fridays

3.854 MHz 8:30 am ET

Started and run by George WB8TIV

Local to southeast Michigan and Cleveland and Ft Wayne & elsewhere in Michigan

Round table format

Johns & Don’s net

3.654 MHz (Extra Allocation) M-W-F 9:00 pm  ET

w8pdi, n8wna, and me aa8uu

Michigan Upper Peninsula Net

3.921Mhz 5:00 PM ET 7 Days a week and 12:00PM ET on Sunday

DX 60 net

3.880 KHz AM phone only

8:00 AM ET Sundays only

40 Meter Phone Nets

Mid Cars

7.258 MHz 8:30 am ET 7 days a week

Check in, mobiles get priority. Long QSOs move off frequency

November Sweepstakes

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The November Sweepstakes provides an opportunity to exercise your contesting skills.

Objective: For stations in the United States and Canada, including territories and possessions, to exchange QSO information with as many other US and Canadian stations as possible on 160, 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meter bands.

Operating Guideline: You must include your call sign in the exchange information you transmit to the other station.  This is generally done between your precedence, A/B/Q/M/S/U, and your check, year of first license, as follows:

CQing Station: CQ Sweepstakes from W9JJ     Answering Station: W1AW     CQer: W1AW 123 A W9JJ 79 CT     Ans: 43 M W1AW 31 CT     CQer: Thanks, CQ Sweepstakes from W9JJ

Dates: CW: First full weekend, November 2-4, 2019. Phone: Third full weekend, November 16-18, 2019. Contest Period: Begins 2100 UTC Saturday and runs through 0259 UTC Monday.

Logs:  are due within SEVEN (7) days after the event is over.

More information can be found at the ARRL Web page – http://www.arrl.org/sweepstakes.

The club provides the following awards: An official ARRL sweepstakes pin for 100 QSO’s; An ARRL mug for a clean sweep.