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Nashua Area Radio Club | Radio Amateurs Building Skills and Having Fun Nashua Area Radio Club Search Primary Menu Skip to content About Our Club Learn About Our Club Contact Us Join Our Club Help Forum Our Activities Activities for Young People Club Meetings Tech Night Field Day On The Air Operating and Awards Photo Galleries Video Collection New to Amateur Radio? Activities for Young People Elmering Forum Learning CW Learning More About Amateur Radio License Classes Register For A License Class Articles Club Activities CW and QRP Elmering and Training Field Day Homebrewing On The Air! Newsletter Articles Space Youth Activities Forums All Topics General Information CW and QRP Elmering Field Day Homebrew On The Air Youth Help and Suggestions Calendar Help and Information Join The ARRL Through Our Club Make A Donation Search for: About Our Club N1FD QSL Card The Nashua Area Radio Club is a group of New England Amateur Radio enthusiasts with a wide range of interests. Our club’s mission is to: Encourage and help people to become licensed and active in the Amateur Radio Service Spark Interest among Young People in STEM Education and Careers through Amateur Radio Provide training and mentoring to enable our members to improve their technical and operating skills Sponsor on-air operating activities so that our members may practice and fully develop their operating skills and have fun! We offer many activities to help our members meet these goals. You can learn more about our activities here or take a look at the video below. Nashua Area Radio Club 2016 Highlights Our club’s mission includes a focus on helping new people and particularly young people started in Amateur Radio. We recently put together a video for HAM Nation about our work in this area. You can view the video below. To learn more about how young people can have fun and grow through Amateur Radio, take a look at our Youth Activities page. Our Club’s Video as Featured on HAM Nation, January 4th, 2017 Our club has many members in the Hillsborough County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) district. ARES provides communication in times of emergencies and for local public service events like parades. There are multiple ARES Nets run in the local area for practicing emergency operations. Please see the Calendar section of this website for current listings and times. Our next club meeting will be on Tuesday, April 4th at 7 pm. Our April meeting will feature Ed Parish, K1EP to discuss his DXpedition to Cuba. We will be meeting at First Church in Nashua in Nauss Hall. Don’t miss it! Our next Tech Night will be an about DX’ing and QSL’ing and will be presented by a number of our club members. It will be held on Tuesday, April 11th at 7 pm at First Church in Nashua in Nauss Hall. Don’t miss it! You can learn more about our Tech Night sessions here. Our Club Meetings and Tech Nights are held at the First Church in Nashua, NH. We meet in Nauss Hall at the church. Please park in the second or third lot next to the Church. We hope to see you at our next Tech Night! Click here for more information and for directions to our meetings. You can find information on how to contact us here. The Nashua Area Radio Club is an ARRL Special Service Club, providing a variety of services to our community, to our members and to all Radio Amateurs. You can learn more about our club’s ARRL affiliation here. Share this: Email Print Featured Articles Home Brew Your Own Arduino UNO By Michael Struzik The first question you may ask is, Why would I want to build my […] Activating Saint-Gaudens National Historical Site By Aron Insinga We will have two club events in Cornish, NH to activate the […] New England QSO Party By Ed Deichler For a number of years, Tom, K1KI has been managing the New […] A Good Day To Be Doing Radio By Brian Smigielski It’s snowing at my QTH. A lot. If your QTH is within 30 […] Popular Tags 3D Printing 13 Colonies Special Event Antennas APRS Arduino-Raspberry Pi ARRL Club Event Contest CW CW Class Digital DX DXpedition Elmer Field Day First Radio Hamvention HF High Altitude Balloon History Homebrew Humor Kits License Class License Exam Marconi Member Spotlight Mobile National Parks NEQP Net Newsletter Non-Profit NPOTA On The Air Propagation QRP Satellite SDR Software Space Tech Night Test Equipment VHF/UHF Youth Outreach Recent Forum Posts Join our First Repeater Net – Sunday April 9 7 hours, 45 minutes ago CW Class Tomorrow! 1 day, 19 hours ago REMINDER: Field Day Planning Meeting Saturday from 11-1 2 days, 10 hours ago Reply To: Radio Programed as a Fire Pager 3 days, 16 hours ago New Photos of Our Activities Posted! 5 days, 8 hours ago INFO: New Photos Page on Our Website 1 day, 17 hours ago INFO: Security on n1fd.org 3 days, 8 hours ago Forum Statistics Forums 8 Topics 642 Posts 1,340 Replies 698 Radio Amateurs Building Skills and Having Fun Search for: Member Login Log In Username: Password: Remember Me Log In Feeds And Shortcuts Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Forum RSS Feeds Upcoming Events Sun 09 Sunday Night Chat Net April 9 @ 8:30 pm - 9:15 pm Tue 11 Tech Night April 11 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Sat 15 Morse Code Class April 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am View More… Recent Posts Scouts Can Earn a Morse Code Interpreter Strip Our Photo and Video Collections QRP on the AIR… from K-ONE Last Good Question My Name Is Patrick… Recent Comments Greg Fuller on Scouts Can Earn a Morse Code Interpreter StripGreat article Layne! 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