Crawford Amateur Radio Society
Supporting Amateur Radio in NW PA since 1972

Supporting Amateur Radio in NWPA since 1972

Crawford Amateur Radio Society

NWPA 2m Traffic Net

This net meets daily at 9:00 PM on a frequency of 145.130mhz through the facilities of the W3MIE Repeater. The NorthWestern Pennsylvania Area Two Meter Traffic Net is a local net and a member of the National Traffic System. We meet for the purpose of handling traffic in the Northwestern Area of Pennsylvania and all amateurs are invited to participate. The Net Manager is WA3ZSC (Jerry), if you have any questions about this traffic net please contact Jerry. NWPA2MTN Roster

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On Tuesday, February 20, at ARRL Headquarters, ballots were counted for two Section Manager elections that were conducted this winter.ARRL members in Louisiana elected Houston Polson, N5YS, of Winnfield, to [...]

The Case Amateur Radio Club, W8EDU, the club station at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, is asking for amateur radio operators to help with a research project centered [...]

Former Vice Director of the ARRL Hudson Division and ARRL Maxim Society Member William "Bill" Hudzik, W2UDT, has passed away at the age of 77.Hudzik served as Vice Director from [...]

"ASWFC GEOMAGNETIC DISTURBANCE WARNING ISSUED AT 0237 UTC/22 FEBRUARY 2024 BY THE AUSTRALIAN SPACE WEATHER FORECASTING CENTRE."A solar filament has erupted from the northwest solar quadrant anda component of the [...]

Warm weather greeted the crowds of radio amateurs who attended the 2024 Orlando HamCation® from February 9 - 11. The convention hosted the ARRL Florida State Convention, but drew attendees [...]

ARRL and Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC) represented Amateur Radio at a symposium in Washington on February 1 at which the top domestic spectrum policymakers from across the federal government [...]

ARRL  The National Association for Amateur Radio® Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut, will be closed on Monday, February 19, 2024, in observance of Presidents Day. There won't be any W1AW bulletin or [...]

Seven new sunspot groups appeared over the past week, February 8-14,two on February 8, three on February 10, and two more on February 13and 14.Then on February 15 three more [...]