The FRRL is a club for radio amateurs offering knowledge sharing, fun, events, education, and license testing.
We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 PM in Batavia.
IEEE EMC Society 2017 Meeting: April 19, 2017
- Update Mar 15, 2017
Meeting Program: "Man-Made Noise and the Impact to Radio Communications – The Changing Environment".
The program will feature Mr. Ed Hare (W1RFI) IEEE Vice-President of Standards and American Radio Relay League Laboratory Manager and Dr. Greg Lapin (N9GL) - Co-chair of the Spectrum and Receiver Performance Working Group of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Technological Advisory Council.
See the March Arcover for more details (Click on the newsletter at the top of this page) and visit the ARRL Central Division Announcement for more information.
FRRL Board Meeting: May 2, 2017
- Update Apr. 5, 2017
FRRL Board meeting
MS Walk: May 7, 2017
- Coordinator for the FRRL comm support: Mike Urso, K9FE
- Update Mar. 8, 2017
The walk support is an annual event for the FRRL. We have been doing this for 22 years. It is a very worthwhile event.
It will be held at Pottawatomie Park St. Charles. Start at 7:00 - 7:30 AM on May 7th.
For more details see the MS Walk page
Program: An intro into operating SO2R
by: Cedrick, WT2P
May's program is "An intro into operating SO2R (single op/2 radio) from a city lot presented by WT2P. In this presentation, CJ will be discussing how to automate your station so you can spend more time focusing on contacts and less time on knobs and switches! This will include a live demonstration. He hopes to leave you with knowledge on how to make operating multiple radios and antennas a seamless effort!