300th Anniversary of the Founding of New Orleans

Members of the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans will be operating on 7260, 14260, 21300, 28420 using their home calls.  N3O will be operating FT8 only on 40 and 20 meters 14-July-2018  1400UTC to 2300UTC.  A special QSL card will be issued if you contact any of the Rare Ones using any mode.  If you work eight of the Rare Ones, you will receive a certificate also. Please QSL through the website’s log sheet only.  The log sheet is a pdf file and can be downloaded by clicking here.

The above listed frequencies are primary frequencies only as the nine Rare Ones could be anywhere, any mode on the four bands listed above.  One contact with any Rare One earns the commemorative QSL card.  Contact eight of the nine Rare Ones qualifies for a unique Rare Ones Associate Number accompanied by a certificate.

Congratulations for wd5orb – Associated Member 107

The “Rare Ones” of New Orleans congratulates Seth Angel – wd8orb from New Philadelphia, Ohio on becoming the 107th Associate Member.

As you see from Seth’s station photo, he is an avid amateur radio enthusiast who has already earned other certificates.  He supports the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans with regular QSO’s with his good friends in New Orleans.

Congratulations again from the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans.

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Merry Christmas from the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans

To all our faithful supporters, friends, family and fellow New Orleanians, the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans wish you a Merry Christmas to you and your family.

To commemorate Christmas, New Orleans Style, there’s only one that does it best – Louis Armstrong, the Satchmo himself!   Press Play, sit back, and enjoy “Christmas in New Orleans”.

 

WA “25” Award – A piece of New Orleans Amateur Radio History

Recently, George Carr, II – ka5khb sent the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans a piece of Amateur Radio History.  The WA “25” award was issued to an operator who contacted 25 other amateur radio stations in the Greater New Orleans Area.  George believes this may have been a prelude to the “Rare Ones”  of New Orleans!

One interesting note is both George Carr, II – ka5khb, the holder of the Award and John Uhl, w5ze (wa5cst), the past President of the Greater New Orleans Amateur Radio Club are currently two Association Members of the “Rare Ones” of New Orleans.  The Award was dated August 1, 1965.