Dayton amateur radio clubs

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Additionally, XWARN currently has the ability to go mobile and provide communications support in the more remote and hilly areas of the county….. In addition to this, club members also support a wide variety of civic functions by providing communications support for parades, cycling events, horseback riding events, marathons and other running events, fall festival traffic flow, and hot air balloon events.

We do it all using our own equipment, vehicles and transportation costs.. Other interests of some of our members include amateur meteorology, computer technology, geo-caching, musical performance, bicycling, and on and on. We teachi classes to help individual get their first Technician Class , or upgrade to a General or Extra class .

Many of our present club members became d Hams because of these classes. The club owns and maintains an open 2-meter repeater system on The repeater has approximately watt output and is located on the highest point in Greene County. There are three remote receive sites throughout the county which are linked back to the main transmit site, making hand held communications quite possible over most of Greene County, as well as in parts of surrounding counties.

Most of the system is a no-tone required system. The hz tone is only required to be able to be received byour highest profile receive site. XWARN also owns and operates a machine on Feel free to cruise our website, our Town, and our County, and even if you are not a Ham Radio Operator, we invite you to us for any of our monthly meetings held on the 2nd Monday of the month.

Check out the rest of this website for details. To go to our , or just the group of us at info xwarn. Well, that and a scheduling conflict. This presented a problem. At that time Jim was teaching school on Thursday evenings. Understandably, this request was denied. And so Jim made the decision to see if there was enough interest in the Xenia area to start another club.

He chose to start a Xenia radio club and sent out a distribution requesting every ham in Greene County to attend. In the internet was pretty much just an experiment for colleges and the military, and so It Jim had to compile the list of addresses of local Hams the hard way, so it took him considerable time to gather this information. After several weeks of chasing names, Jim sent out a request to meet and discuss starting a radio club in Xenia to every ham in Greene County.

I was quite astounded at the turnout but at the same time very pleased. One meeting after another, the founding members to be put it all together, including electing officers, and after several months decided to investigate getting a repeater. At that time there were no 2 meter frequencies available but had an ace in my pocket, But Jim was able to persuade a ham from one of the Dayton clubs to part with the Funding for such a project was yet another threshold that had to be overcome. At one of the early meetings a proposal was presented and asked for input on how we could acquire enough money to build the start of our system..

In less than one year they had the system up and running and covering most of Greene County using portable radios. It was truly an amazing repeater at the time and got great reviews on its coverage from the Dayton radio clubs. In and around we solicited the Greene County Administrator to allow us to co-locate several receive sites at current Public Safety locations. With the assistance of Mike Wolf of W S Electronics, who was also active with the club as a supporting non-ham, we were able to build and install three remote receivers all around Greene County.

At the time we put this in place, no other amateur radio organization in the state had accomplished the same feat. It improved the incoming coverage to a huge degree and we had then and still get compliments regarding our stellar coverage of the county. In or about the year purchased the repeater and frequency pair Over many years, since our beginning in late , we have continued to grow and share a great relationship with all the Public Safety organizations we serve.

Our membership has gone up and down as times change. We are a well-respected amateur radio organization that has served the people of Greene County tirelessly since To provide severe weather information to the National Weather Service ….

To provide communication services for the City of Xenia and all other Greene County communities …. To provide communications support and health and safety assistance to various community organizations in support of their public events …. Our Meetings are on the second Monday of each month at pm excluding December.

Members and non-members are invited. Reflector Membership Dues. At that time Jim was teaching school on Thursday evenings Being a driven soul, Jim asked the BARC club if they would consider changing their meeting night. Mission To provide severe weather information to the National Weather Service … To provide communication services for the City of Xenia and all other Greene County communities … To provide communications support and health and safety assistance to various community organizations in support of their public events … Using amateur radio.

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