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On June 24th, 2017, the Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club will be participating the 2017 Amateur Radio Relay League Field Day. The KNRC will be set up at the Fair Grounds in Beloit, KS, near the intersection of Walnut St and 15th Read more…


Back in November of 2013, two of our local long-time ham operators were interviewed at the ham radio display at the Cloud County Historical Museum. Ed Pick (W0BBM) and his wife Marion visits with Doyle Scott (WB0SRP) about the early Read more…


On June 25, 2016, members of the Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club Participated in the ARRL Field Day 2016 at the picturesque Bohemian Hall, South of Glasco, KS. Although the day started out partly cloudy and breeze, the evening house brought much Read more…


On June 6, 2016, the Mitchell County Commissioners unanimously voted to make June 20th to June 25th as Amateur Radio Week in Mitchell County and signed a Proclamation to that affect. They also showed interest in Ham Radio and stated Read more…


The Minneapolis WiRES-X node on 444.850 has been setup to require Digital Squelch Code 001 for access. If you’re using WiRES-X mode on your radio, it will automatically setup the proper squelch code. If you are operating in normal digital Read more…


  The Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club is proud to take part in the ARRL sponsored Field Day 2016, on June 25th starting at 10am! We will be using our Emergency Communications trailer and Amateur Radio equipment to make contacts with other Read more…


The Kansas-Nebraska Radio Club has set November 21 as the date for the holiday lunch meeting.  Lunch will be at 11am at the Miltonvale Cafe.  If you plan to attend please RSVP to Doyle WB0SRP. See you there!


 James “Jim” L. Bell, age 62, died Thurs., Aug. 13, 2015 at Sunset Nursing Home, Concordia, KS. He was born on Aug. 16, 1952 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Concordia, KS to Cleason R. & Marjorie M. (Farmer) Bell. Jim Read more…


We are excited to announce the addition of the Beloit 442.800+ (DCS 162) repeater to K-Link.  This repeater provides superior coverage in the city of Beloit and fills in some areas that were previously weak.  This repeater is a Raspberry Read more…


Here is a gallery of photos taken from the 2009 KNRC Fall Picnic