North East Weak Signal Group


Our group is the North East Weak Signal Group. We are an ARRL affiliated regional club dedicated to the interests of "weak signal" work on the bands 50 MHz - Light. Within our group (over 100 members), we have a lot of technical expertise within our club which can help with about any question or problem conceivable on VHF and up. Some of our regularly participating members include N1JEZ, W1FKF, W1GHZ, W1RIL, and WA1MBA. These are our current Officers and Board of Directors. This is our current membership database.

Our bi-monthly NEWS-LETTER is mailed about 2 to 3 weeks prior to our meetings. Each meeting is held on a Saturday from 1 - 4 pm. and will feature either a noted speaker or 'show & tell' presentation on a VHF-SHF related topic. *NEW* N.E.W.S. is also hosting our annual Eastern VHF-UHF Conference in April this year. N.E.W.S. invites all of its' members within 175 miles to help the club compete in the January ARRL VHF Sweepstakes each year. N.E.W.S. won it's first gavel in the Medium Category back in 1994, let's keep up the good work. Our present meeting place is the Storrs Library in Longmeadow, MA (25 miles north of Hartford, if northbound I-91 to exit 49, right off exit - 2 miles north on Rt 5. If Southbound I-91 to exit 1, 1.5 miles south on Rt 5, library is on left just before Rt 192).

To join N.E.W.S., click here for a membership application form.
Click here to view our clubs' Constitution.
Click here to join our clubs' Email Discussion Group
Click here to view the Secretary's Report of our last meeting.

*NEW* Click Here to view Movie Clips of our meetings!

At our Conference, we took a survey of the ARRL Proposed VHF/UHF Contest Changes.
*NEW* Click here for Results of the VHF/UHF Contest Changes Questionaire (Adobe Acrobat)

*NEW* Click here for our 2 meter Band Plan
*NEW* Check into our weekly 2M SSB NET on 144.250

-73 de Ron Klimas WZ1V
-6-432, FN31rh
-Click here to view my personal homepage WZ1V.COM


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