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Central Wisconsin Radio Amateurs, Ltd.


Club Station WB9QFW QSL card

The picture on the left (or top) is the club's radio station WB9QFW.

The picture on the right (or bottom) is the club's QSL card.

Click on the links above to find out more about our club!

Next regular club meeting:
Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at the Collins Classroom Center in Room 106 at 7:00 PM.
You can park in Lot E. The Collins Classroom Center is building number 7 on the attached map.

Click here for a map of where the meeting room is.

Click here for the minutes from the last meeting.

Click here for the minutes from past meetings.

The Central Wisconsin Radio Amateurs, LTD Fun Net is held every Tuesday evening at 8:00 P.M. local time on the 146.985 Mhz repeater.
(146.670 Mhz is the backup if needed).

Everyone is welcome!

Bart W9JJ is the new ARRL Contest Branch Manager. He was at one time a member of the CWRA LTD.
Congradulations Bart!

Click here to read the article about Bart W9JJ on the ARRL website.

'100 Watts and a Wire' is a program celebrating amateur radio through the eyes of a 'new' ham. The show will feature topical conversation and interviews, news and an entertaining look at the adventures of a ham trying to figure it all out. We'll explore the interesting layers of this diverse hobby and service. '100 Watts and a Wire' is perfect for those who are new to ham radio, their Elmer’s, the seasoned radio operator and the technically curious crowd. You don't have to spend a fortune to get on the air and have fun! Join Emmy winner Christian Cudnik for an inside a look at the world of amateur radio. In this episode, we officially launch 100 Watts and a Wire!

Join us for a review of Field Day 2015, we explore the growth of the 100 Watts and Wire Facebook group, and make a Special Announcement!

100 watts and a Wire

For prospective hams this might be an interesting venue for learning about our hobby/service.

Ham College TV

There are items that are for sale: Click here to see what is on sale!

For any questions about ham radio, please call or e-mail:
John Feltz W9JN, President;
Phone Number: 715-457-2506;

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