Interested in amateur radio?
Interested in making new friends near and far? Want to learn to communicate via voice, digital, CW or send pictures and bounce them off of satellites. Want to be prepared for emergencies when the phones don't work? Want to meet other radio enthusiasts with varying skill levels. Want to be a part of a group of amateur radio operators that support emergency services when called upon? Want to learn to build electronic kits for your communication projects? If all this sounds interesting please feel free and com to our monthly meeting the second Friday of every month. Visitors are welcome and encouraged. Or if you're ready to take the amateur radio test, please click on the FCC Exam tab above.
Already have your amateur radio license?
Come to our monthly meeting or participate in our nets! All of our nets are open to visitors. Club nets are every Thursday; Elmer nets are every first and third Wednesdays of the month. The Elmer net discusses various aspects of "how to" and provides assistance and advice to all hams. Also, the ARRL has a new podcast for new hams called "So Now What?" Click here to find more information about the podcast.
Don Whitaker of Ceronix in Auburn gave a presentation about his company and its manufacture of touch screens and other products for our November club meeting.
Jim, WA8MPA enjoys a warm fall afternoon installing a new dipole on his tower.
|Saturday, December 7th||Member Christmas Party|
|Most presentations are recorded and posted on SFARC's YouTube channel.
Just click on the "Videos" tab above.
Club Volunteer Events
|Nov 16-17th||International Earth-Moon-Earth Contest||Dennis, WU6X|
|Nov 16-18th||November Phone Sweepstakes||Dennis, WU6X|
|Dec 6-8th||160-Meter Contest||Dennis, WU6X|
|Dec 14-15th||10-Meter Contest||Dennis, WU6X|