Area Ham Interests/Assistance Registry

Area Ham Interests/Assistance/Presentation Topics Registry

Your ham radio needs can be better served by letting the club and fellow hams know your interests, areas you need help, or areas you can assist other club members. Presentation topics you would like to see at a club meeting can also be listed.

All membership email you receive from the OCRA website includes a link you can use to update your listing. Simply click on the “Membership Record Access Link for (your first name, your callsign)” link in that email to update your ham interest profile.

Your access link can also be obtained by clicking here and following the directions listed.

     Interest Summary from 77 Member Profiles


              Antennas - EZNEC COAX Ladderline Connectors Tuners Stealth         47
              APRS - Automatic Packet Reporting System                           20
              ARES - Click here, then "ARES Nets & Training" Folder              20
              AuxComm/EmComm - Area Nets Training                                25
              CERT - Community Emergency Response Team                           21
              Contesting                                                         7
              CW - Frequency Band Plan                                           19
              Digital -  JT65, PKS31, RTTY, Winlink,WSJT, and others             32
              DMR - Digital Mobile Radio                                         18
              DXing                                                              25
              Field Day                                                          33
              Mobile Ops                                                         19
              Nets/Net Control Click here, then "ARES Nets & Training" Folder    20
              Public Service                                                     22
              QRP (Low Power)                                                    15
              Remote Station Ops                                                 11
              Repeaters - Area Repeater Listing                                  20
              Repeater Crew                                                      13
              Satellite Ops - AMSAT Satellite_Contacts Frequencies               8
              SOTA - Summits on the Air in North America                         9
              SSB - Frequency Band Plan                                          27
              Vintage Radio - Vintage Radio Boulevard                            10

Bands of Interest


          160m-10; 80m-30; 40m-43; 30m-21; 20m-41; 15m-35; 10m-45; 6m-37; 1.25m-10 70cm-31


 

77 Hams in the Area Listing Interests with 34 Needing Assistance

CallsignFirstLastHam_Radio_Interest_Areas_Ham_Radio_Assistance_Needed_Introduce Yourself to other Hams in the AreaPresentation_Topics_of_Interest
KF4O Randy Adams Antennas, CW, Public Service, 40m, 20m, 15m, ares First licensed in 1970 (16 years old) as WN4POA. Later as WB4POA, KF4DW (Extra in 1997) and finally as KF4O (vanity).Also BV8/KF4O in Taiwan. (missionary
W3AHL Steve Ahlbom Antennas, APRS, Auxcomm, Field Day, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, SSB, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm, ares
W4OFZ Banks Anderson Antennas, Nets/Net Control, SSB, 20m, 10m, 6m, 2m First Licensed 9/22/1948 Class B
KM4IWI William Bailey CW, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio
N4GF Roger Barr Antennas, QRP (Low Power), POTA
NA4VY David Belt Antennas, Field Day, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, SDR, SSB, Vintage Radio, 80m, 40m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 1.25m Install, Wire Antenna
AK4W Ed Best APRS, Toantennas
KO4DHJ Ken Bigley Antennas, APRS, Auxcomm, Digital, Field Day, SSB, 160m, 80m, 40m, 20m, 10m, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio, ares Install, Digital Wire-X Fusion C4FM I'm originally from Pittsburgh, PA and for over 33 years worked for the NCR Corporation out of Dayton, OH and now Atlanta, GA. I moved here to the Tarheel state in June of 1999. Retired from NCR in 2003 and began a position with Duke Univer Digital Modes, FT8 and PC --> Rig Control e.g. Icom IC-718
N8BR Bill Bischoff Antennas, CW, Field Day, Remote Station Ops, SSB, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m Operate, HF Station, Vehicle Antenna, Multiband, Tower, 160m
KM4MDR John Boone DX, Field Day
KA5JUJ Martin Brody Antennas, DX, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m Operate, HF Station, Wire Antenna
KQ4BYL Jody Browning Antennas, CW, Digital, Field Day, QRP (Low Power), SOTA
KN4DRN Michael Canada Antennas, DX, Mobile Ops, Remote Station Ops, Repeaters, Satellite Ops, SDR
KD8FQM Robert Carr Auxcomm, Public Service, Repeaters
KN4VDO Devin Ceartas Antennas, Digital, DMR, Mobile Ops, Repeaters, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm, ares Newish to using my tech license; studying for general. Interested in building redundant comms networks and disaster response
KN4JYP Kathy Chavis Antennas
KO4QLU Patrick Connelly Antennas, Auxcomm, DX, Field Day, Public Service, SSB, 15m, 10m, 6m Licensed about two years ago just after my 72nd birthday. I have a General Class license. I am i
W4FK Bob Cook Antennas, APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, DX, Field Day, Foxhunting, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, Satellite Ops, SDR, SOTA, SSB, Vintage Radio, 160m, 80m, 40m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio HF Station, Tower I’ve been a HAM since the late 90s. Took a break and now back in it. Enjoy building antennas. Starting into DMR. Like DX ,really like local chatter on simplex and repeaters.
KO4RON Ron Craig Antennas, Digital, DX, Public Service Build, Decision, HF Station, Beam Antenna, Wire Antenna 2021 Technician licensee, now General. 1 Yaesu FT-991A. I've
K4LIF Dan Daniel Antennas, CW, Field Day, Remote Station Ops, SSB, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 10m, 6m, 2m, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio Newly licensed. General on 6/16/22. Interests:,,POTA, DXing
W4AG Stan Dicks Antennas, Auxcomm, Contesting, CW, Digital, Nets/Net Control, SDR, SSB, Vintage Radio, 80m, 40m, 30m, 17m, 6m, ares First licensed in 1961. Active DX'er, especially on the low bands. Can help with antenna design and installations, although not with climbing.
WA1QCE Ron DiSalvo CW, Digital, DMR, DX, Field Day, Mobile Ops, Public Service, QRP (Low Power), Repeaters, SDR, SOTA, SSB, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio Build, Fix, HT Unit, HF Station, Mobile Unit, Stealth Antenna, Connectors, Feedline, Grounding, Multiband, Noise, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m Purchasing a home here in Durham. Decided to look for a radio club here. My daughter has lived in Chapel Hill for 10 yrs so we know the area. Ad Dealing with an HOA that doesn’t allow antennas.Ft8 operation and other digital modes including RTTY.
KM4NOU Joel Dunn Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Repeaters, 40m
KR4UB Dan Eddleman Antennas, Digital, DX, Field Day, Foxhunting, Remote Station Ops, Repeater Crew, SDR, SSB, 40m, 20m, 17m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm, FT-8 Antennas, OCRA Website, Video Conferencing
N4KF Ken Fath Antennas, APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, CW, Digital, DX, Public Service, SSB, Vintage Radio, 160m, 80m, 40m, 6m, ares
KY4OU Christopher Ferrer APRS, Auxcomm, Digital, DMR, DX, Mobile Ops, Public Service, QRP (Low Power), SDR, SSB, 20m, 2m, 70cm, ares I was a member of OCRA in years past, recently upgraded to Extra and changed my call. Have been getting back into the hobby lately and wanted to get back on the membership roster for OCRA.
KO4CSW Robert Furberg Auxcomm, CERT, Field Day, Public Service, ares
N1QYW Steve Gartrell Public Service, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm Decision, Operate, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm 15 years rusty with tech license. Helped with comms for the Boston Marathon before widespread cellphone use.
K2IX Barry Groner Contesting, CW, Digital, DX, Field Day, SDR, SSB
KD4JWF Jose Guzman Antennas, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, DX, Foxhunting, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, QRP (Low Power), Satellite Ops, SOTA, SSB, 80m, 40m, 20m, 10m, 6m, ares, Go Kits, Raspberry PI Remote Station, Wire Antenna, Stealth Antenna
KN4QBZ Fred Gvillo Antennas, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, SSB, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 12m, 10m, SHARES, DMR, DSTAR, WinLink Fix, Install, Operate, HF Station, Mobile Unit, Stealth Antenna, Vehicle Antenna, Connectors, Feedline, Grounding, Tuner, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 2m, 70cm, DMR. DSTAR, bonding, grounding Focused on AuxComm emergency communications seeking new ways to execute our PACE plan - - particularly the "C" and "E". PACE Plans, WinLink Field Situation Reports, Inter-County Exercises (Chatham, Orange, Alamance, Durham, Wake) beyond Field Day, Repeater Maps, P2P, Community (non-ham) nets, PAWS, VIPER, EOC needs
KM4MBG Jack Hill Antennas, APRS, Digital, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Remote Station Ops, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, SDR
KF4PAB Lenore Hill APRS, Field Day, Repeaters, 2m, 70cm
N4JHH Joseph Horvath Antennas, APRS, CERT, Digital, DMR, Foxhunting, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, SSB, Vintage Radio, 10m, 2m, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio, ares HF Station I am newly licensed but have approximately 15 years of radio communications experience as a licensed GMRS operator as well as public safety communications in my home state of NJ. I am very interested in DMR, I have not yet ventured into the HF area’s.
WA4PSC Howard Hoyt Antennas, Contesting, CW, Field Day, Mobile Ops, QRP (Low Power), Vintage Radio, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m
KO4GJO Boyd Hudson Antennas, Remote Station Ops, SDR, SSB, 40m, 20m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm
KM4WXW Jeffrey Jagoda Auxcomm, Field Day, Public Service
KO4ICM Doug Largent CW, QRP (Low Power), 40m Advice on CW Interested in CW, newly licensed ham.
KK4NNQ Mark MacAllister APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, SOTA, 2m, 70cm Experienced Technician-level. Member of Chatham County CERT and AUXCOMM. As I frequently hike and bike in remote areas, I primarily use my radio as a safety communication device. I am also working with DMR.
WQ8U Mac Macaulay CW, Vintage Radio, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m Ham for 70 years; love Boat Anchors and CW
KK4VOU Ted May Antennas, CERT Build, Operate, Vehicle Antenna, Programming Baofeng Newbie looking to learn. NC CERT certified Have been trying to use the CHIRP software to program Baofeng radio. Sure that I am overlooking something simple. Would be willing to pay a HS or college student for assistance. Many thanks!
N1LN Bruce Meier Antennas, Contesting, CW, DX, Field Day, Nets/Net Control, SSB, Vintage Radio, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m
N1YXU Laurie Meier CERT, Field Day, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, ares
KQ4IWB Mike Merzke Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio Hello, I just recently passed my General class test and am brand new to amateur radio. I recently retired from the US Army where I served for 25 years and now for for Dell Technologies as a Product Management planner.
KO4UFU Eldon Miller Antennas, 10m, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio I'm newly licensed and interested in all aspects of amateur radio.
KK4VUR John Mitchell SDR
W4AEN Ed Neely Antennas, APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, Field Day, Foxhunting, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, SDR, SSB, 80m, 40m, 20m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm Decision, Install, Wire Antenna, Feedline, Grounding
KJ4TTU Steve Newton Antennas, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, Mobile Ops, Repeater Crew, SDR
KU4GC Dee Ramm Antennas, Digital, DX, paper chase
WB4OSU Sherri Rapp Digital, DX, Field Day, Satellite Ops, 80m, 40m, 20m, 17m, 10m, PSK-31, FT-8, RTTY, FELD HELL, Winlink
N4KW Pete Raymond Antennas, Contesting, CW, DX, Field Day, Repeater Crew, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 10m, antennas
N7RYN Ryan Reed Antennas, APRS, Digital, DMR, DX, Mobile Ops, QRP (Low Power), Remote Station Ops, Satellite Ops, SDR, SOTA, SSB, Vintage Radio, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm I have been a ham for 20 years. I enjoy all aspects of radio. I spend most of my time building things and learning what I can. I have interests in SOTA, POTA and portable operations. I also have a TARPN node and enjoy packet radio, satellites and APRS.
KN4VXC Leo Reynolds Antennas, QRP (Low Power), Vintage Radio, 160m, 80m, 40m Recently experimenting with plate modulated AM transmission at the 10 - 20 watt carrier level on 160 and 80 meters.
N2XZF Paul Robertson Antennas, DX, Field Day, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, 20m, 10m Wire Antenna
KC1TWR Tim Rodgers APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, Field Day, Foxhunting, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, Repeaters, 40m, 20m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio, ares Decision, Remote Station, Wire Antenna, Vehicle Antenna, Grounding, 80m Moved to NC June 1, 2023 to be near grandkids. In Connecticut I was active in locals clubs, ARES, and Red Cross Disaster Services. I obtained my Tech license
KK4JGT Terry Schmidt Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, 2m, 70cm, ares Not newly licensed but not very experienced. Interested in amateur radio for CERT and AuxComm, and DMR.
KD4UCZ Charles Schott Antennas, Digital, Satellite Ops, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm
KO4SZE Bob Shelton Antennas, Field Day, Foxhunting, QRP (Low Power), Satellite Ops, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m, 2m Returning to the fold after an almost 60 year absence. No specific interests yet as things have changed and morphed a lot. Just taking it all in ATM.
K4SAR Joe Simpson Antennas, Auxcomm, Field Day, Foxhunting, SSB, 15m, 10m, ares
W7GBP Michael D Smith Auxcomm, CERT, DMR I am a relatively new Ham and a member of the Chatham County Auxcom group.
W4SAR Dave Snyder Antennas, APRS, Digital, Field Day
KD4YJZ Karen Snyder CERT, Field Day, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, 10m, ares Operate
KK4RRT Michael Stein Auxcomm, CERT, Mobile Ops, QRP (Low Power), 20m, 10m, 2m, 70cm, ares Install, HF Station, Wire Antenna, Feedline, Grounding In January I passed my General exam. Though I got my Novice license as a teenager, I let it lapse when entering college and only returned in 2013 at the suggestion of friends. I am i tending to get onto HF this fall.
W1KES Keith Stouder CW, DX, Field Day, SOTA, SSB, 40m, 20m
KJ4VWG Sam Tannous Antennas, APRS, Contesting, CW, Digital, DMR, DX, Field Day, QRP (Low Power), Remote Station Ops, Repeaters, SDR, SSB, ares, ADS-B, Radio Astronomy, NEC2 Internals
KN4ZHP Mike Thorn Antennas, APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, DX, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, QRP (Low Power), Repeaters, SDR, SOTA, MARS
KN4VXB Aurora Toennisson APRS, CERT, Public Service, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio Build, Fix, Install, Operate, Want classes teaching ham radio
K6LZL Wyatt Underwood Antennas, APRS, Digital, DMR, DX, Field Day, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, Repeaters, 80m, 40m, 2m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio I’m an experienced HAM and I like many different modes of communication. I’ve worked with disaster planning and emergency communications with DHS and LA County Sheriff Dept. Recently moved to NC over a year ago.
N3LTV Doug Wall Antennas, Auxcomm, Digital, Nets/Net Control, 80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m, 2m, 70cm Interests: Building/fixing ham equipment. Building the North Carolina Packet (NCPACKET) network and TARPN (search tarpn.net or ncpacket.net on the i
N4SJW John Welton Auxcomm, CERT, Digital, DMR, Repeaters, Repeater Crew, Allstar
KN4EOO Rick Wenklar APRS, Auxcomm, CERT, DMR, Mobile Ops, Public Service, ares
KA5ETS Douglas White Antennas, Auxcomm, CERT, Contesting, CW, Digital, DX, Field Day, Nets/Net Control, Public Service, QRP (Low Power), Remote Station Ops, Repeaters, SDR, SOTA, SSB, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio, ares, antennas, FT8
KW4JY Calvin Whitt Antennas, Digital, DX, Remote Station Ops, SDR, SSB, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, digital, antennas
KO4BHX Ben Williams Antennas, APRS, CW, Digital, DX, Field Day, Foxhunting, Mobile Ops, Nets/Net Control, QRP (Low Power), Remote Station Ops, Repeater Crew, Satellite Ops, SDR, SSB, Attended Meeting to Learn about Ham Radio
K4FD Dan Wise Packet Radio
JRW-01-93 Jason Wolonick Repeaters, Repeater Crew, 2m, 1.25m, 70cm, ares Decision, Fix, Operate, HF Station, Wire Antenna, Feedline, Multiband, Tuner, 40m, 20m, 10m, 6m, 2m, 70cm, Decision I am interested in joining this group for many reasons. I would like to make friends and have conversations with people who share my interest. I would like
W4KIL Andy Yates Antennas, CW, Field Day, 160m, 80m, 40m, 30m, 20m, 17m, 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m

 

Recent Posts

Tri-County Repeater Coverage Maps available on OCRA-DFMA groups.io

The repeater reach-ability testing during several recent OCRA Auxcomm nets on the 442.150 repeater and the demo presentation at the April 10 OCRA meeting (see Youtube video) illustrates many examples of how the topography from your location to a repeater site greatly affects the ability to communicate. 

Without quantitative tools to analyze the issue, it can be a difficult decision on how to fix the problem. What is the problem? What will be the most effective fix?

Repeater topographic coverage maps can help answer questions specific to your location.

To take advantage of these maps you will need to do 2 things:

  1. Download and install the Google Maps application from this URL: https://www.google.com/earth/versions/#earth-pro  
  2. Download the Tri-County Repeater Coverage maps  located on the OCRA -DFMA groups.io file storage area.

The URL link below contains repeater coverage topographic mapping for the 442.150, 145.450, 147.225 and 145.230 repeaters. More repeaters will be added in the future.

Three maps are available for each repeater to show coverage that can be expected with the typical HT, Mobile or Fixed base (home) installations.

Downloading the Repeater Coverage Maps:

You need to use your OCRA-DFMA groups.io login ID and password to access the files area shown below.

Click on this URL https://groups.io/g/OCRA-DFMA/files/Repeater%20Coverage  to go to the file storage area. 

When you click on the “Tri-County Repeater Coverage_V3C.kmz” file link as shown below, the file will download onto your computer, per your browser’s download settings.

Using the Google Earth Pro Application:

Click on the Tri-County Repeater Coverage_V3C.kmz file to open it with the Google Earth Pro application.

Several Google Earth features need to be active so you can select the coverage maps available for the repeater of interest.

The sidebar on the left will be needed to navigate the maps. If not visible, click on the command line “View, Toolbar” to turn it on.

Click the caret symbol to expand the settings and the sub-directories within the .kmz file.

You will want to turn on certain overlays by placing check marks for the applicable blocks as indicated below.

for the “Color Legend” (indicating signal strength into the repeater; more on this later.

“Key Locations” and “Other Locations” will show the repeaters and QTH locations for over 100 hams in the area.

Place a check mark next to the repeater map and station type of interest. In this example, the check mark is for the  442.150 repeater being used by a portable/home station.

Only 1 repeater map/station type should be turned on at a time.

Note:

  • A portable station is one that could be set up for emergency communications and is equivalent to a home station using a 30-50 watt mobile radio,  and a small tower or building mounted fixed base antenna up 20 feet off the ground.
  • The 147.250 file name below is a typo. It is the 147.225 DFMA repeater.

The maps for our region, created with Radio Mobile – RF propagation simulation software , shows the significant role terrain blocking plays in repeater coverage in our in our area. The color indicated at the selected station’s location indicates the expected signal strength back into the repeater. 

  • Red (-77dBm strength back to the repeater)  is solid copy, no noise or fading communications)
  • Yellow (-87dBm), Green (-97dBm) Good communications, may have some occasional noise down in the green areas
  • Turquiose (-107dBm), Blue (-117dBm) Will be unpredictable. May work at times reasonably OK with noise & dropouts or not at all.
  • White (on the color legend) (-117dBm)  No communications. These areas will simply the Google Earth imaging without any coloring.

Common radio setups used for repeater communications are the basis for the 3 topographic map runs made for each repeater.

  • 5 watt HT with the standard rubber duck antenna
  • Vehicle with a mobile radio with 30 UHF, 50 watts UHF output and vehicle antenna
  • Fixed based installation using a mobile radio and a base station antenna higher off the ground.

Additional Information:

Knowing the Effective Radiated Power (ERP) that your radio setup is providing back into the repeater can provide a more tangible perspective. 

  • The ERP Calculator  results below reveals a little better the actual radiated power levels than just considering the antenna gain expressed in decibels. 
  • HT 5 Watts with standard rubber duck antenna loss (VHF -6dBi, UHF -3dBi)

    •  VHF 5W ERP 0.766 watts
    •  UHF 5W ERP 1.53 watts 
  • Vehicle radio and external mounted antenna (e.g. Comet SBB14 VHF 3.5dBi UHF 6.0dBi gain)

    • VHF 5W   ERP 6.83 watts
    • UHF 5W   ERP 12.14 watts
    • VHF 50W ERP 68.25 watts
    • UHF 30W ERP 72.82 watts
  • Fixed based installation again using a mobile radio and fixed base antenna (e.g. Comet GP-9N VHF 8.5dbi UHF 11.9dBi gain)

    • VHF 5W   ERP 21.58 watts
    • UHF 5W   ERP 47.22 watts
    • VHF 50W ERP 215.84watts,
    • UHF 30W ERP 283.32 watts 

Coax loss with also have to be considered for the vehicle and fixed based antennas.

I wish to express my thanks and gratitude to Steve, W3AHL for sharing his valuable knowledge and experience with the Radio Mobile RF propagation application.

Dan, KR4UB

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