SCHOOL CLUB ROUNDUP!
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We will be operating SSB 20m and 40m all week.
Metro Atlanta operators try to contact us on 2m FM at frequency 146.400. We will be monitoring 2m on our rig's sub-receiver.
Read below for QSL card information and to learn more about our club!
Thank you for helping us out on School Club Roundup!
Click HERE for information about our special event stationcommemorating Russell Elementary's 19th Annual 27-hour Space Shuttle Mission Simulation in May.
Click HERE to see if our station's LIVE VIDEO FEED is streaming right now.
Amateur Radio Club:
Home of the DX Roadrunners
We are a school club composed of motivated 4th and 5th grade students at Russell Elementary in Smyrna, Georgia. We are located about 12 miles northwest of Atlanta and are part of the Cobb County Public School System. Our club is still new, forming in November 2015.
We love to exchange QSL cards! Please send QSL cards direct. If possible, please include a SASE.
Russell Elementary Amateur Radio Club
3920 South Hurt Road
Smyrna, GA, USA 30082
QSL's received from DX locations please include a SAE. Green stamps for postage is helpful and appreciated.
Our QSL Card
QSOs are uploaded to LOTW every two weeks.
Club Station: Kenwood TS-2000 transceiver
Club Antenna: 4-band Off-Center-Fed Dipole mounted 35 feet above ground on our lunchroom roof.
Club Antenna: Jetstream JTB3 2m/440 vertical mainly for use on local repeaters. You can see the SW leg of our OCF dipole mounted to the same mast.
Donations to our program are gratefully accepted (but never ever expected). This can be in the form of money or equipment that is in working condition. Donated equipment may be used in our club station or as part of the student equipment loaner program that we are setting up. Contact us via email if you are able and interested in helping us out. We collect no dues so that the program can be affordable for all of our students. All of our funding comes from grants and through the generosity of others.
Check out the Russell Elementary Space Program. Many of the students in our club are also part of this program. Students in the space program train all year for a 27-hour space mission simulation. Click HERE to go to our space program's website where you can find links to video and other information about the program.
KM4RE's Club website
KM4RE YouTube Channel
Russell Elementary Space Program
If you are interested in starting an amateur radio club at your school, clicke HERE for a step-by-step guide on how to do this.