Twin State Radio Club, Inc. - W1FN

Amateur Radio education and public service

Join us monthly, and learn!

The Twin State Radio Club, Inc. meets at 9am on the 2nd Saturday for breakfast, business, and an educational program for those interested in learning about Amateur Radio and related scientific topics. Our regular meeting place is Micky's Roadside CafĂ© on Rt 4 in Enfield, NH, just past the town park and community church on the right. Plenty of free parking and a reasonably priced menu. The meeting room entrance is from the lower parking lot deck and is handicapped accessible.

Our next meeting is at 9am on March 11th. It's the annual antenna forum! If you haven't done so already, it's a great time to pay your 2017 dues!

Download KB1VUN's September SDR presentation here.

Read White Mountain Science's High Altitude Balloon blog here.

Upcoming Events:

March 11 - regular meeting - Annual antenna forum

March 19 - CVRC Hamfest - Henniker, NH 8am -2pm

April 8 - regular meeting - TBA

May 6-7 New England QSO party (

May 13 - regular meeting

May 13 - US Islands "One Day Getaway" event (

June 10 - regular meeting

June 24-25 - Field Day

July 7-9 - The Prouty Century Ride

July 15 - regular meeting

2017 dues: Voting members $20, Associate members $10. Associate membership is for those who won't be able to attend meetings regularly so as not to affect our ability to get a quorum for voting. Donations are also welcome. Send your check made out to TSRC to treasurer Dave Colter at PO Box 1109 New London, NH 03257.

NOTICE: Our 2m and 70cm repeaters moved to NHPTV's new tower on Moose Mt last summer. This was a rather costly move requiring new hardware, antenna, and feedline. Donations are still needed, large and small. Send them to WA1ZCN, club treasurer. We're only half way to recovering the full cost.

TSRC serves the VT-NH Dartmouth-Sunapee Region - come join us!

Radio Education & Public Service Communications

Since 1956

Please support New Hampshire Public Television to thank them for the many years of support they've provided TSRC with access to their Moose Mt. tower.

TSRC supports the New Hampshire Amateur Radio Emergency Service

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The Twin State Radio Club, in cooperation with NH-ARES, proudly supports The Prouty Century Ride each July, helping to raise millions for cancer research at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Lebanon