Portable HF Operation
Release to Listen Award 2013
SARA Work Party 3
BWCA -QRP with KX1
Fitzgerald Crew 2011
Now Thats What I Call Mobile!
OXB Counterpoise – Dayton or Bust!
N0GRM – Home Shack
AGØH 2013
New Radio Gear For Some SARA Members!

“Remembering the Edmund Fitzgerald” Special Event Split Rock Lighthouse Nov. 1 & 2, 2014

Posted On: October 28, 2014 in: news

The Stillwater Amateur Radio Association (SARA) will be operating to commemorate the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald. Using the club’s call sign, WØJH, twenty SARA members will operate from Split Rock Lighthouse (ARLHS USA 783) in Lake County, Minnesota. This year marks the 39th anniversary of ship’s mysterious sinking. WØJH Operating Schedule (Special Events listing on ARRL […]

SARA Digital Net returns for the season

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The SARA 80-meter Digital Net returned from it’s seasonal hiatus recently. Sunday Oct 26th saw participants from the metro, North Shore, and western Wisconsin! The Net meets on Sunday evenings at 1900 hours Central on the frequency of 3582.15. Look for the net up around 1000 on your waterfall. Mode is primarily PSK63, with the […]

Mind If I Tailend, OM?

Posted On: October 25, 2014 in: news

At the last SARA meeting, Peter, N0GRM, and Steve, KA0OBI, shared their stories about operating QRP portable last summer. This last weekend, when visiting grandchildren near St. Louis, I had a somewhat similar portable experience but with spooks and goblins. It’s Off to St. Loouie At the last minute before leaving home, I threw in […]

REMEMBERING THE EDMUND FITZGERALD – Split Rock Special Event – Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, 2014

Posted On: October 18, 2014 in: news

The Stillwater Amateur Radio Association (SARA) will be operating  SSB and digital modes to commemorate the 39th Anniversary of the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald.  This is  our 10th year of operating this Special Event. Using the club’s call sign, WØJH, over 20 SARA members will operate from Split Rock Lighthouse (ARLHS USA 783) in Lake […]

Signals October 2014

Posted On: October 8, 2014 in: newsletters

Steve (KAØOBI) and Pete (NØGRM) will share their recent QRP excursions.  Steve from Utah and Peter from Isle Royale, Michigan operated remotely with Buddipoles and KX3s.  Learn how they prepared and what they experienced in the field.