Stay tuned for details on a December luncheon / meeting.

Here are links to some of the things we discussed at the last meeting: - Linux on a USB drive - FT8Call (now called JS8Call apparently) - a hardware security key used for 2 factor authentication and other applications (seriously, if you aren't using 2 factor authentication on your important web sites, you should)

I'm looking for a new Webmaster for this web site. I've managed this site for 4 years and it's time for some new blood. If you're a club member and interested, send a message to me on the contact page. This web site is powered by Google Sites and is very easy to manage. I will provide training if necessary.
Gary WT4Y

President - Lloyd W4LCG
Vice Predident - Sean W4SML.
Treasurer - Frank N4KP
Secretary  - Darlene Griffin KD4TCG

The North East Georgia Amateur Radio Club supports camaraderie and fellowship among those with an interest in Amateur Radio. Whatever your interests or level of knowledge, you can find a home with us! Whether your interest are in public service, contesting, dx’ing, technical aspects or whatever else there is a place for you around the table.

The club uses the call sign NE4GA during several events throughout the year including ARRL Field Day, the Georgia QSO Party and any other excuse we can find to get on the air. 

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