The meeting was held in the regular upstairs meeting room in Sobey's at the corner of Hazeldean and Terry Fox in Kanata.

The following people were present:

NameCall SignPositionMH GridRACWCARC
Peter JagoVA3PJMemberFN25agYesYes
Ying HumVA3YHMemberFN25dbYesYes
Bertrand ZauharVE2ZAZMemberFN25bkYesYes
Randy NordlundVE3AXMemberFN25YesYes
Barrie CramptonVE3BSBVisitorFN14uvYes
Graham IdeVE3BYTMemberFN25chYesYes
Wayne GetchellVE3CZOMemberFN25YesYes
Clayton SmithVE3IRRMemberFN25aiYesYes
Richard FerchVE3KIMemberFN25ceYesYes
Clare FowlerVE3NPCMemberFN25djYesYes
Paul BoltwoodVE3PLEMemberFN25bjYesYes
Doug LeachVE3XKVice PresidentFN25bfYesYes
Glenn MacDonellVE3XRASecretaryFN25djYesYes
Aaron FarnhamVE3YZYVisitorFN25Yes

The meeting was opened by the President, Clayton Smith (VE3IRR), at 19:30 hours. He welcomed two visitors: Aaron Farnham (VE3YZY) and Barrie Crampton (VE3BSB).

Secretary's Report:
The Secretary, Glenn MacDonell (VE3XRA), introduced the minutes of the August meeting.
Moved by the Secretary that the minutes be approved and posted; seconded by Peter Jago (VE3PJ).

Treasurer's Report:
In the absence of the Treasurer the President advised members that the club's financial situation was unchanged from the last meeting.

Vice President's Report:
The Vice President, Doug Leach (VE3XK), reported that speakers have been arranged for all meetings in 2014. Wayne Getchell (VE3CZO) will do a presentation on a Panadapter for receivers with a 70MHz IF at the October meeting.

Reports / Project Updates

Doug Leach reported that he and Wayne Getchell had fixed the earlier problem and were rebuilding the repeaters.
Randy Nordlund reported that the VE2FUT beacons at 222 MHzand 432 MHz were now back on the air.

Ying Hum (VA3YH) reported that eveything in the Ottawa D-STAR system was functioning well.

Bert Zauhar (VE2ZAZ) gave a talk on Mesh Networking and Broadband Hamnet. His powerpoint presentation can be found on here.

The President, Clayton (VE3IRR) stated that there being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 2105 hrs.