Club Info

Eddy Reynolds, K5WQG, SK

Edward (Eddy) Reynolds, K5WQG, passed away on April 9, 2021 at the Tomball Regional Hospital of complications of a massive heart attack. He has indeed left the world a better place for having been in it.

News of services and remembrances will be published as appropriate on the reflector. So long, Eddy - you will not be forgotten.

Meeting Topics for 2021

NARS attempts to provide an enjoyable, interesting, and informative experience at each of our meetings. This being your club, we welcome suggestions from the membership for topics that you find useful and interesting. Either send an email to any of the club officers, attend a board meeting and make your suggestion in person, or make a suggestion at the regular meeting at 7:30. We are always happy to entertain your suggestions.

Zoom login : 281-543-6502 password 1234456

Month Topic Presenter Location
January EchoLink and Dudestar Marty, W5MF/Walter. K5WH Zoom
February Antenna Building Tim - DX Engineering Zoom
March Compact 40 M Vertical John Portune, W6NBC Zoom 
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Amateur Radio Mentoring Group

In addition to the Ham Radio Tech Notes group on, Bill, K5LK is the group admin for a sub-group whose purpose is to facilitate discussion and communication on group activities related to mentoring of hams on newer technologies and operating modes. While all hams are encouraged to participate, our programs primarily target newly licensed and returning hams. We are looking for hams to be part of our advisory team. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Bill-K5LK, Walter-K5WH, Joe-W5BSA or John-K5JBT.

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About Us

The Northwest Amateur Radio Society was established in 1985 and serves the suburban FM 1960 area in Northwest Houston. NARS is active in community and public service events.

Club members are interested in QRP, DXing, contesting, homebrew, ragchewing, VE sessions, and getting together for our favorite activity, eating. We welcome all hams as well as family and friends.