TSRC supports the New Hampshire Amateur Radio Emergency Service and West-Central NH-ARES

The Twin State Radio Club, in concert with NH-ARES, proudly supports The Prouty Century Ride each July, helping to raise millions for cancer research at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Lebanon. Please volunteer!

Join us monthly, and learn about Amateur Radio!

The Twin State Radio Club, Inc. meets via Zoom at 9 AM on the 2nd Saturday of each month for business, and an educational program or discussion for those interested in learning about Amateur Radio and related technical topics. Contact our President for a Zoom invitation. All are welcome!

Join the club’s groups.io site and mailing list to stay connected with everything we’re doing.
All available meeting presentation materials are stored in the files section of our groups.io site for easy access anytime. This is a great resource if you missed a presentation, or just want to review it.

Upcoming Events
July 20 – Meeting (rescheduled due to The Prouty) Eric KB1VUN on QSL options
July 20-21 – Vermont 100 Endurance Race – communications support – contact Rob N1XSS
July 27 – TSRC Ham Radio presentation at Warner Telephone Museum – contact Dave WA1ZCNMeeting
August 10 – Meeting
August 17 – License exam session

August 23-25 – HamXposition, Marlborough, MA
September 14 – Meeting

September 29 – Vermont 50 MT Bike or Ultra Run – communications support – contact Rob N1XSS
October 4-5 (Fri-Sat) Fall NEAR-Fest
– Hillsborough Cty. Agricultural Fair Grounds, New Boston
October 12 – Meeting
November 9 – Meeting

November 16 – License exam session
December 14 – Meeting

FCC VE License Exam Schedule: February – May – August – November – 3rd Saturday, 10 AM
Location TBA – For information and reservations, contact [email protected] Temporarily on hold

Can’t have an HF station or don’t have a radio yet, but still want to listen to the bands? www.websdr.org Use computers, smartphones and tablets! Also check out www.kiwisdr.com/public

TSRC member Derek Flint, KC1QXL helped save two lives using ham radio – watch it here! It’s a good reminder to monitor one or more local repeaters and 146.52 as much as possible.

NEW – Editable Net Database on our groups.io site (members only)

Click here for past meeting presentations and notes
Click here for TSRC Long Range Planning Notes
Click here for ARRL, the National Association for Amateur Radio
Click here to learn more about the new FCC RF Exposure Rules
Click here to learn more about West-Central NH ARES
Click here to join West-Central NH ARES (licensed hams only)
Click here for the Digital Library of Amateur Radio and Communications archive
Click here for the TSRC groups.io site

DuesVoting members $24, Associate members $12. (If using PayPal, please add $1 to cover fees.) Associate membership is for those who aren’t yet licensed, or won’t be able to attend meetings regularly, so as not to affect our ability to get a quorum for voting. Send your check made out to TSRC to treasurer Dave Colter at PO Box 1109 New London, NH 03257 – OR, use the Donate button below to pay your dues.

Donations are also welcome and are fully tax deductible (consult a tax professional to see if this is right for you.) Small donations can be made via PayPal, but for larger donations we encourage you to send a check to avoid large transaction fees and preserve any IRS tax deduction.

TSRC serves the VT-NH Dartmouth-Sunapee/Upper Valley Region – come join us!
Radio Education & Public Service Communications
Since 1956

TSRC, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit education and public charity corporation

Donate or pay annual dues with PayPal. If paying dues, please add $1 to cover PayPal fees.

Donate or pay annual dues with PayPal. If paying dues, please add $1 to cover PayPal fees.
Voting Membership $24 (licensed hams only) – Associate Membership $12

Please support New Hampshire Public Television to thank them for the many years of support they’ve provided TSRC with access to their Moose Mt. tower. www.nhptv.org