Storm & Boston Marathon Weather Coordination Message #2 – Monday April 15th, 2019

Rob Macedo, KD1CY, writes on

.Strong Storm System will bring mild temperatures through Southern New England including along the Boston Marathon route along with the potential for rain and heavier downpours and potentially isolated thunderstorms with attendant lightning risk. There is also the potential for strong winds during Marathon Monday under any heavier rain showers and thunderstorms and then as a cold front pass through the area late Monday Afternoon as the marathon ends, through Monday Night and into early Tuesday Morning..

..Boston Marathon volunteers and runners should prepare for the rain and changeable temperatures with largely mild conditions but a slightly cool start and a cooler mid to late afternoon from west to east across the marathon route..

[Full story]

KA8SCP to Present on Emergency Communications, Nashoba Valley ARC, April 18, 2019

Terry Stader, KA8SCP, will be the featured speaker at the Nashoba Valley ARC‘s April 18 meeting in Pepperell. A member of PART of Westford, Stader is involved in Massachusetts RACES. He’s a D-STAR coordinator for numerous repeaters, an ARRL District Emergency Coordinator, and the MEMA Region One Communications/RACES Officer.

NVARC meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month at 7:30 PM in the Pepperell Community Center, 4 Hollis Street, Pepperell, MA.

Request For Operators, YuKanRun Twin Lights Half Marathon, Gloucester, April 27, 2019

Christopher Winczewski, K1TAT, writes on the CAARA list:

It’s that time of the year again. Public service 2019 is starting with the YuKanRun Twin Lights on April 27, 2019.

CAARA has a great public service team. Come out and have some fun with us. Why?  You are using Amateur Radio to provide a needed public service to ensure the safety and smooth running of a public event in local communities.

“I would but I do not have a radio.” No excuse, we have loaner radios available with a magnetic mount that will work in your car just by just plugging it into the cigarette lighter socket. We have loaner hand held radios as well!

“I don’t have transportation.” No excuse, we will pick you up and drop you off at your house.

“I do not have the time to spare for a whole race.” Well, you can commit to a time slot for just two hours. We will bend over backwards to get you to participate.

YuKanRun Twin Lights Half Marathon. Good Harbor Beach April 27, 9:00am Half Marathon Start Thatcher Road, Gloucester, MA.

Please let us know what type of equipment you plan to use ( mobile; HT; ¼-wave mag mount; rubber duck, etc.) so we have a better idea of where to locate you along the event course per the potential of your equipment.

The course will be open and supported by CAARA  for four hours. Runner safety is everyone’s top priority.  Local EMT crews and ambulances will be available for three hours to help.

Thank you in advance for your participation!

Chris K1TAT

Twin Lights Communications Team.
Gloucester, MA. Good Harbor Beach.
Last Updated: 4/10//2019 9:50pm
Event date: April 27,
On Location: 8:30 am
Starts: Half Marathon Run = 9:00am
Freq: W1GLO Repeater 145.130 – PL:107.2 Back up:Simplex 146.565

Flea at MIT, Cambridge, April 21, 2019

*** !!!! In our Traditional GARAGE and lot !!!! ****
so come rain or shine or super heat the Flea is on !!!

********* $1 buyers discount with hardcopy of this notice ********


Sunday April 21st 2019

Come to the city for a great flea – plenty of free parking.

MIT’s electronics and ham radio flea will take
place on the third Sunday of each month this summer,
April thru October.

There is tailgate space for over 200 sellers!

Buyers admission is $6 (you get $1 off if
you’re lucky enough to have a copy of our ad)
and sellers spaces are $20 for the first and
$15 for each additional at the gate.

Early Bird Buyers admission is $15, allows
entry after the prepaid sellers ~ 7:15AM
See registration form for season rate.

The flea will be held at the corner of Albany and
Main streets in Cambridge; right in the Kendall
Square area from 9AM to 2PM, with sellers set-up
time starting at 7AM.

SEASON PASS + Advance Discounts

A sellers discount season pass is available which
offers a 30% discount. By prepaying you get a
discount and earlier admission. See the registration form
for full seller info.

*** Attention Sellers ***
Prepaid vendors.. Season Pass or monthly,
will be admitted FIRST.
Separate lines will form prior to gate opening
for prepaid and nonprepaid vendors

!! RAIN or SHINE !! Have no fear of rain, a covered
well illuminated tailgate area is available for all
sellers (6’8″ clearance).

Talk-in: 145.23- (PL 88.5) W1BOS/R and
W1XM/R-449.725/444.725 (PL 114.8/2A).

Sponsors: MIT Electronics Research Society
MIT UHF Repeater Association (W1XM)
MIT Radio Society (W1MX)
Harvard Wireless Club (W1AF)

For more info / advanced reservations 617 253 3776

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Woodstock of Amateur Radio: NEAR-Fest XXV, May 3-4, 2019

NEAR-Fest logoNEAR-Fest XXV will be held on May 3-4, 2019. It is held twice annually, spring and fall, rain or shine, at the Deerfield Fairgrounds in Deerfield New Hampshire beginning on Friday at 0900 and ending Saturday at 1500 hours.

Admission is $10. Persons under 18 and over 80 are admitted free of charge upon presentation of government-issued ID. Inside parking is available for $10 and includes a “reasonable amount of flea market selling space” for PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS selling their own personal property. Commercial vendors must register and pay applicable fees. If you are wondering if you are a “commercial vendor” you probably are. One complimentary inside commercial space is available for clubs, estates and other “non-profit organizations” on an “as available” basis.

Overnight camping, trailer and RV hookups are available. Three food vendors provide meals and snacks at reasonable prices. The Deerfield Community Church ladies serve up a breakfast that has to be consumed to be believed. Angelino’s offers hamburgers, steak, sausage submarines and other great “fair food” specialities and Patty’s Polish Kitchen menu features wonderful “Mitteleuropa” cuisine. No one goes hungry at NEAR-Fest. We are extremely proud of the high quality of food that these vendors offer our guests while they are at the ‘Fester.

NEAR-Fest typically attracts attendees from the six New England states, NY, NJ, PA, MD and other states as well as from Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in Canada. Some attendees travel great distances; one gentleman from Los Angeles has attended fifteen events and in 2010 one radio amateur traveled from Greece to join us for the fun.

The program of activities and events at NEAR-Fest is extensive; a huge outdoor electronic flea market, three buildings full of commercial vendors, forums, technical seminars and symposia, demonstrations, exhibits, displays, licensing examinations, special events radio stations, a “jam session”, good food, fellowship, fun and general mishigoss. NEAR-Fest is the largest event of its kind in the Northeast and has once been described as the “Woodstock of Amateur Radio”.

KD1CY to Participate in 2019 National Hurricane Conference

Rob Macedo, KD1CY
Rob Macedo, KD1CY

Eastern Massachusetts ARRL field organization staffer Rob Macedo, KD1CY, will participate in the National Hurricane Conference Amateur Radio Workshop  in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 23, 2019.

According to Rob, “All Amateur Radio sessions are free. They will be on Tuesday April 23, 2019 from 11:30 AM-1:15 PM EDT (10:30 AM-12:15 PM CDT) and 2:30-6:00 PM EDT (1:30 PM-5:00 PM CDT). Each presenter will not only give an overview of their respective group but also how their group handled both the historic 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season and the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season.”

KD1CY is Section Emergency Coordinator and ARES SKYWARN Coordinator. He will present on “VoIP (Voice over IP) Hurricane Net and Best Practices in SKYWARN for Tropical Systems.”

Further details can be found at <>.

Westford Kiwanis Apple Blossom Parade, Ham Volunteers Requested, May 18, 2019

PART of Westford logoTerry Stader, KA8SCP, writes on the PART-L mailing list:

PART of Westford – WB1GOF for many years now has supported the Westford Kiwanis by providing communication support of their parade. So once again, PART been asked to provide communications for the Westford Kiwanis Apple Blossom Parade. This year the parade is on Saturday, May 18th, 2019.
The parade starts around 10 AM near the junction of Graniteville Rd and Main St. and ending at Abbot School. Volunteer hams will need to be available from 8:30/9:00 AM until 11:00 AM/noon at the latest. All you need to bring is a 2 meter handheld and some good walking shoes. We need about a dozen operators for this event.
Most volunteers will be assigned to “shadow” various members of the AB Parade committee. Our actual duty will not start till about 9:00 AM but we need to get into the center of town before the roads are closed and we need to establish our assignments by 8:30 AM or so.
If you’ve never done public service events, this is a great first time event. We will pair you up with a “veteran” ham so you get the chance to be part of a team. Parades are always fun… so why not join us on a Saturday morning, bring the kids and your XYL, bring mom and dad, enjoy.
Please contact me if you are interested and can assist or need more information.
Thanks in advance for your help.

Dan’s Tech Night, April 11, 2019

This month’s “Dan’s Tech Night” will be moderated by Bob Jackson, KE1JH. The presentation will be “show and tell” format so bring in your projects, thoughts, or stories to share with the group. Bob may also have a significant topic to talk about as well.

Dan’s Tech Night is Thursday, April 11th at 7 PM at the Grady Research Building, 323 Main St, Ayer. And as always, everyone is welcome.

See: for details and directions.

Hope to see you there. 

New England QSO Party, May 4-5, 2019

New England statesTom Frenaye, K1KI, writes:
The NEQP is a great time to check out antenna systems and offers a moderately paced opportunity to work new states and countries.   You’ll find a wide variety of participants, from newcomers to experienced contesters, all interested in making contacts with New England stations.
We’re working to make sure that all of the New England counties are active again this year and would appreciate your help.  Get on for at least an hour or two and join in on the fun.  Please let me know if you can put in any time at all so we can work on activity from the rarest counties.   Will you be QRV?   Let us know which county you’ll be on from with a message to
Oh yes, the NEQP is also lots of fun when mobile.  Every time you cross a county line the action starts over again.   It’s amazing what a 100 watt radio and mobile whip can do.  
The QSO Party is 20 hours long overall, in two sections with a civilized break for sleep Saturday night.  It goes from 4pm Saturday until 1am Sunday, then 9am Sunday until 8pm Sunday.  Operate on CW, SSB and digital modes on 80-40-20-15-10 meters.   For each QSO you’ll give your callsign, a signal report and your county/state.   Top scorers can earn a plaque and everyone who makes 25 QSOs and sends in a log will get a certificate.
Last year we had logs from 166 New England stations and 387 more from around the country and world. 
The full NEQP rules are here ->
The 2018 results are posted (and the results since 2002 are also available) ->
It’s just a few weeks until the 2019 NEQP.   Please make some QSOs even if you don’t want to send in a log.

Amateur Radio Social Event at Boston IEEE International Microwave Symposium, June 4 6:30pm

Jeffrey Saunders, AB1ZL, writes:

The IEEE International Microwave Symposium (IMS) is being held the 1st week of June at the BCEC, and a key event is the ham radio social at 6:30 pm in the Weston Hotel Ballroom adjacent to the BCEC.

Our keynote speaker will be the new ARRL CEO Howard Michel.
Note that this Tuesday evening social event is separate and distinct from the ham radio booth on the exhibit floor. [Ed. note: see] 
Prior to Howard’s speech, we would like to have several ham radio demos/displays setup around the ballroom perimeter….and because HF radio reception in the ballroom is non-existent I am asking you and your HR clubs for volunteers to demonstrate internet related HR QSOs, e.g. FT8 or hotspots or JT-65 or other modes that will impress the many worldwide microwave engineers attending the conference but not knowledgeable of ham radio.
Attached is the recent IEEE magazine article announcing the event.
Please note we have room for about half a dozen tables, so early bird gets the prize.
Use this opportunity to create more interest in our hobby, create more hams, and publicize your group in front of our ARRL CEO and international community of microwave engineers.
If interested in bringing your HT/hotspot/RaspberryPi/SDR, or if you have a small Cubesat or other device that you can carry at ease from the convention parking lot into the ballroom, please email me.  The only alternative I can think of is to just have posters on easels showing rigs and antennas and the like.
Thanks and 73,
Jeffrey Saunders, AB1ZL <>

Additional VEs Needed, Billerica ARS, April 11, 2019

Billerica ARS logoGary Frascarelli, W1GFF, Billerica VE Liaison, writes on the Billerica ARS list:

The Billerica VE Session is short on VEs for this month’s test session [on April 11, 2019].  I need 6 (SIX) due to the fact that in addition to our regular session we need to have a second session in  a different room for someone who is visually disabled and needs the test read to him.   I only have two plus myself at this time, so I really need four or five more.  Please respond direct to me.  It is held at the Chelmsford Bible Church, 128 Gorham St, Chelmsford (across from Gary’s Ice Cream).  Park and come in the downstairs door out back.  

Gary Frascarelli <>



Fox Deployed, Chelmsford, April 6, 2019

John Salmi, KB1MGI, writes on April 6 at 10:53 AM:

A second Fox Box has been deployed somewhere in Chelmsford.

To Activate press DTMF tone 2 for two seconds on 146.565.

Remember you could activate 2 Foxes at the same time, and hear each one. Each one has different tone and in different directions. Have fun.

If you like the locations of the Foxes please email me.

Others have already asked for the location of the Westford Fox. 

It saves a lot of time tracking down the location.

“Locals Keep Ham Radio Alive and Well”

New Hampshire’s “Seacoast Online” carried a well-written story and video featuring ham radio and Rochester, NH amateur Mark Pride, K1RX,  in its April 6, 2019 edition:

“In a time when social media platforms are often criticized more for their divisiveness than their ability to bring people together, a number of Seacoast residents are tapping into a different network to forge connections worldwide.

Local interest in ham radios has been growing at an accelerated rate in recent years thanks to lower entry hurdles, according to clubs and operators. They say it’s put new generations one twist of a dial or tap of a touchscreen away from the rush that comes from a meaningful chat with people on the other side of the globe. [Full story]

New England Area Flea Markets, March 25, 2019

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All events are Ham Radio/ Electronic related except “____”

2019                                                    Contact          Source     

24 Mar Southington CT SARA $5@8@HS $20/sp@6:45      John WA1JKR 860 621 8791 F+    

29,30 Mar Lewiston ME AARC ME Conv @Ramada @8        Ivan N1OXA 207 784 0350  +

6 Apr Windsor CT VR+CMus @8AM Antique                John       860 673 0518  +

7 April Framingham MA FARA 9AM@KeefeHS $25/T        Andy KC1DMM 508 310 5913  +

20 Apr Ossipee NH LRRA    @TownGym S$10@8 $5@9     Shawn KC1DNA 603 235 5360  +

21 April Cambridge MA            Flea at  MIT             Mitch 617 253 3776 F+
                        Third Sunday April thru October 

27 April Gails Ferry CT RASON Auction                Tim KC1TWR 860 460 7360  +

28 April Thompson CT ECARA @ Raceway  $3 $15/sp      Jon KA1MPG 508 943 4467 F+

28 Apr Middletown NY OCARC @CommCtr                 Bruce K2ULZ 845 562 4226 A+

3-4 May Deerfield NH NEARfest XXV @FG                Mike K1TWF 978 250 1235  +

5 May Fishkill NY MBARC @DSCorr $5B@8 $10S/S        Adam  AE2AN 845 849 3666 A+

11 May E Greenbush NY EGARA FireCo                  Bryan W2RBJ 518 894 3500 A+

18 May Brookline NH NEARC antique                               603 772 7516  +

19 May Cambridge MA              Flea at  MIT             Mitch 617 253 3776 F+

2 June Queens NY  HOSARC @HOS                    Stephen WB2KDG 718 898 5599 A+

8 June Windsor CT VR+CMus Antique @8                      John  860 673 0518  +

9 June Bethpage NY LIMARC @xBriercl B$6@p S$10@7  Richard K2KNB 516 694 4937 A+

16 June Cambridge MA             Flea at MIT              Mitch 617 253 3776 F+

21 July Cambridge MA             Flea at MIT              Mitch 617 253 3776 F+

10 Aug St Albans VT STARC @Elks                    Arnold N1ARN 802 782 6650 A+

18 August Cambridge MA           Flea at MIT              Mitch 617 253 3776 F+

25 Aug Newtown CT CARA @TownHall $7@8 $20/T          John W1JGM 203 417 0160  + 

7 Sept Windsor CT VR+CMus @8 Antique             John           860 673 0518  +

28 Sept Brookline NH NEARC antique                              603 772 7516  +

15 Sept Cambridge MA             Flea at MIT              Mitch 617 253 3776 F+

6 Oct Queens NY HOSARC @HOS                      Stephen WB2KDG 718 898 5599  +

11,12 Oct Deerfield NH NEARfest XXVI @FG             Mike K1TWF 978 250 1235  +

20 October Cambridge MA          Flea at MIT              Mitch 617 253 3776 F+

26 Oct Gails Ferry TriCity ARC  Auction              Tim KC1TWR 860 460 7360  +

27 Oct Hicksville NY LIMARC @LevitHall            Richard K2KNB 516 694 4937 A+

7 Dec Windsor CT VR+CMus @8 Antique                        John 860 673 0518  +

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Hopkinton NH    Hosstraders   RIP 🙁

Boxborough MA   NE ARRL Conv

Adams MA        N BerkshireARC

Chicopee MA     MTARA                 

Falmouth MA     FARA  

Framingham MA   FARA  

Marlboro MA     AARC                    

Newton MA       Waltham ARA Auction

Rockport MA     CAARA 

S Dartmouth MA  SEMARA

Wakefield MA    Photographica

Westford MA     NEAntiqueRC
moved to Nashua NH                                                       

Whately MA      FranklinCARC

Whitman MA      WARC                       

Worcester MA    WPI ACM

Dayville CT     ECARA 

Gales Ferry CT  RASON 

Gales Ferry CT  TCARC                

Goshen CT       SBARC                      +

Hartford CT     ARRL 100th  

Manchester CT   VHF/UHF Conf             
         was Enfield

Manchester CT   PVRA                   

Meriden CT      Nutmeg CT Conv
        was Wallingford

Newington CT    NARL  

Newtown CT      CARA                

North Haven CT        

Southington CT  SARA  

Vernon CT       NARC  

Wallingford CT  Nutmeg CT Conv
         moved to Meriden CT

Windsor CT      Vintage R Mus

Agusta ME       AARA  

Alexander ME    StCVARC

Hermon ME       PSARC 

Lewiston ME     AARC                           +

S. Portland ME  PAWA  

St. Albans ME   PARC  

Thomaston ME    PBARC 

Windsor ME      AARA  

Brookline NH    NEAntiqueRC

Deerfield NH    NEAR-Fest

Hampton NH      PCARC          

Henniker NH     CVRC  

Londonderry NH  IRS   

Manchester NH   NEAntiqueRC
        Moved to Westford MA
        Moved to Brookline NH

N Conway NH     WMARC 

Nashua NH       NEARC                     
was Westford MA

Rochester NH    GBRA  

Bergen NJ       BARA  

Sussex NJ       SCARC

Ballston Spa NY SCRACES

E Greenbush NY  E Greenbush ARA           

Fishkill NY     MtBARC          
   was LaGrangeville

Lake Placid NY  NNY ARA

Lindenhurst NY  ToB ARES

Lindenhurst NY  GSB ARA

Long Island NY  LIMARC

Middletown NY   OCARC 

Queens NY       Hall of Science

Rochester NY    AWA   

Rochester NY    RARA  

Staten Island NY CPARA   +  

Wallkill NY     OCARC 

Greenwich RI    Fidelity ARC

Forestdale RI   RIFMRS

Woonsocket RI   BVARC 

Colchester VT   HAM-CON VT Conv
   Moved to S Burlington

St. Albans VT   STARC 

Springfield VT  CVFMA 

Moncton NB      TCARC 

Quispamsis NB   LCARC 

Greenwood NS    GARC  

Drummondville PQ  leCRdeD

Greenwood PQ    GARC  

Laval PQ        CRALL 

Montreal PQ     MARC  

Montreal PQ     WIARC 

Montreal PQ     MS-SARC

Montreal PQ     UMS   

Sorel-Tracy PQ  CRAS-T

St Romuald PQ   ARESdQ

St Therese PQ   CRALL 

Summerside PEI  SPARC

Greenwood NS    GARC  

Halifax NS      HARC  

Timonium MD     GBHC  

Montreal Area   MARC List

Canada          RAC List

Phila. Area     VARA List

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Northeastern University Wireless Club Hackathon, April 6-7, 2019

The Northeastern University Wireless Club (W1KBN) is holding its 4th annual Hackathon on Saturday, April 6 from 12 noon until Sunday, April 7 at 3 PM in 424/425 Hayden Hall on the Northeastern campus.  The theme will be post-apocalyptic, and the Hackathon will have prize categories for both hardware and software oriented projects. 

To register, go to

Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire, Volunteers Requested, April 27, 2019

The Falmouth Amateur Radio Association will again be participating in the Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire, Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Mashpee High School, 500 Old Barnstable Road, in Mashpee. According to FARA president Brent Putnam, W1NCH, “We need volunteers to assist with station setup, operating, greeting the public, and helping the kids to make Morse code sounders.”
If you are available to assist, or have any questions, please contact Brent, W1NCH, at
For more information about the Faire, see

Special Event Station W1MGY to Commemorate 104th Anniversary of HMS Titanic Sinking

Special Events Station W1MGY, April 14, 2017
Special events operation in April, 2017. Photo courtesy @kathyschrock

Special events station W1MGY will operate at the old Coast Guard Station in Eastham on Cape Cod on April 13-14, 2019 to commemorate the tragic loss of the HMS Titanic.

Two stations will be set up and operated in approximately 4 hour shifts as follows:
  • Saturday April 13, 6:30 am- 10:00 am ; 10:00 am- 2:00 pm ; 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm ; 6:00 pm- 10:00 pm  (No operation over night)
  • Sunday April 14, 6:30 am – 10:00 am ; 10:00 am- 2:00 pm ; 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm ; 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm ; 10:00 pm – 1:27 am on 15th
“I’m going to start set up on Wednesday, April 10 at 12 noon and finish up on Friday morning if necessary,” reports Barry Hutchinson, KB1TLR. “Coffee and munchies will be available. Come and join the fun. The old station is a unique place to operate from. Pick a time slot or slots and email me your choices so that I may set up a roster.” KB1TLR adds, “If you are a CW operator, you will have to supply your own key.”
The station will be open to the public on Saturday from 1-4 pm.

This event is sponsored by the Titanic / Marconi Memorial Radio Association of Cape Cod and hosted by the Cape Cod National Seashore.

(Info via KB1TLR, W1MGY trustee, and Falmouth ARA)