Club Meetings
Club Meetings are on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m
College of Eastern Idaho (website)
Room 124 of the John O. Sessions Mechanical Building (map)
1600 South Hitt Road, Idaho Falls, Idaho (map)

The topic for our March meeting will be on the Winlink Global Radio Email  System

Also Before the club meeting  we are inviting anyone interested to meet whenever you can between 6 pm and the 7:30 meeting to talk about what projects the club wants to participate in this coming year. Such as attending and or helping in some fashion with events such as races, Iona Days, Ammon Days and anything else we might want to do.  We would like to ask you for not just random suggestions but specifics such as who to contact and/or willingness to help do the research following the meeting to come up with those specifics.

So come and help develop our activities for this year. You can contact me at n0uyh (at) if you have any questions. Ben

ERARC Objectives
  • To promote interest in Amateur Radio.
  • To further the cooperation between Idaho Falls area Amateur Radio Operators.
  • To provide emergency or public service communications when normal means of communications are disrupted.
  • To advance the state of the Amateur Radio art through individual and collective research.
  • To otherwise conduct programs and activities so as to increase the general interest and welfare of Amateur Radio in the community.
  • To support lawful, responsible conduct by its members and the amateur fraternity in general

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Ham Nation Audio & Video Podcast

Bob Heil K9EID, and Gordon West WB6NOA and various co-hosts and guests, host a weekly show where they cover the excitement and importance of ham radio - from tossing an antenna wire in a tree allowing you to talk to the world, to the importance of ham radio operators in time of disasters.

The show records live Wednesdays at 7pm Mountain at or you can listen or view the recordings at

Thank you to Ham Nation for selecting our website as the website of the week for the November 27th 2013 episode. You can view the segment here.