ARTS Newsflash

REPEATER & LINK STATUS:
W4CN 147.180 Repeater: UP        WIRES-X Room (CQ-Louisville 21014): UP
WIRES-X Link/Node for 147.180: UP    
CQ-Lou YSF Reflector (42274): UP
EchoLink: Analog FM (W4CN-R 425970): UP
EchoLink: Digital C4FM CQ-Lou Room (KE4JVM-R 634824): UP
 

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  2. Next Club Meeting - Thursday, July 11th, 7:30 p.m. at Jeffersontown Fire Station 2, located at 4318 Taylorsville Rd. 40220.
  3. June Events:  Lewis and Clark Trail on the Air!  AND  Summer Field Day Weekend!
  4. Local HAM License Testing, click HERE.
  5. Weekly ARTS On The Air - Nets:  Click HERE for information on our club sponsored on the air nets.
  6. HAM Equipment FOR SALE: Click HERE.
  7. 2024 Membership Dues for current members:  To pay, log into this site and select Pay Dues on the User Menu.

If you are interested in becoming a member, read the article on our Home page with heading: Amateur Radio Transmitting Society (ARTS).  You may also click HERE to complete a membership application.

ARTS Slide's

Setting Up Tower with Yagi Antenna
ARTS Club Summer Field Day
Antenna Build and Fox Hunt
Antenna Build and Fox Hunt
Island Expedition Station
ARTS Club Embry Island Expedition, QSO Party - US Islands Awards Program (1st Place 2016 & 2nd Place 2020)
Antenna Build and Fox Hunt
Antenna Build and Fox Hunt
Antenna Build and Fox Hunt
Antenna Build and Fox Hunt

The Radio Amateur is:

  • Considerate…never knowingly uses the air in such a way to lessen the pleasure of others.
  • Loyal…offers loyalty, encouragement and support to their fellow radio amateurs, their local radio club, and to the American Radio Relay League, through which Amateur Radio is represented.
  • Progressive…with knowledge abreast of science. It is well-built and efficient. Operating practice is above reproach.
  • Friendly…slow and patient sending when requested, friendly advice and counsel to the beginner, kindly assistance, cooperation and consideration for the interests of others. These are marks of the amateur spirit.
  • Balanced…radio is their hobby. They never allow it to interfere with any of the duties they owe to their home, job, church, school, or community.
  • Patriotic…their knowledge and their station are always ready for the service of his country and their community.

Who wrote the Amateur’s Creed?

The Amateur Creed was composed in 1928 by Paul M. Segal – then 9EEA in Denver, and General Counsel of the ARRL. The creed has been updated a few times over the intervening years, to update the text and put it into contemporary terms.

The Amateur’s Creed appears in a number of ARRL publications such as the Handbook, and is just as valid today as it has been for nearly 70 years.

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