Sacramento ham radio swap meet

River City Amateur Radio Communications Society

sacramento ham radio swap meet

River City Amateur Radio Communications Society There will be a “ Sacramento Electronic SWAP Meet” (HAM stuff, computer, and general electronic things). The River City ARCS in Sacramento is an association to promote radio communication skills through "The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual", fourth edition. Sacramento SHARP Technician and General Class Ham Radio Licensing . The next Sacramento County ARES training and meeting is scheduled for.

ARRL Sacramento Valley Section

Details will be announced at the January meeting. As with any SFARC net or meeting, we love visitors, so come on down and join the membership and check out our website at: Contact is Al, NI2U at vechair w6ek. Thanks again for all the VE's that were able to come to the session.

sacramento ham radio swap meet

We had a very successful session again. We administered 17 elements to 11 candidates. This month's program will be presented by former past president, vice-president and secretary-treasurer, Maynard Wright, W6PAP. Maynard will give a talk about SWR. It promises to be an interesting program. So, why not come and join us!

The board meeting begins at 6: At our January meeting, we will be revealing the results of our officer votes. As always, we will have our Tech show and tell portion. Members and visitors are asked to share their Ham Radio related items they find of interest. Visitors are always welcome to join us at our meetings.

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Although our nets usually run around 15 wpm code, we are all happy to accommodate those that are slower and need us to oblige. If you are unable to copy Morse Code or need some code practice, please feel free to visit our on-line LIVE streaming broadcast of both the Audio and a CW to Text decoding of the meeting.

Sacramento Swap Meet

You do not need to have a YouTube account to access the feed. However, you will need one to subscribe to our channel. Those visiting viewing can chat with others watching on-line as well. This of course is not mandatory, but rather just a way of making everyone feel more involved in our on-air nets.

Simply announce your call letters in the chat window.

sacramento ham radio swap meet

Perhaps someone that wants to learn Morse Code, are interested in CW or already knows and uses it? Our in-person meetings are held each 1st Thursday of the month at 7PM. Meetings are open to the general public and visitors are always welcome.

Our club holds nets every Wednesday evening at 8: Our nets are open to participation by all club members and visitors. On-air Nets - Thursday night at 7: Then every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 7: Sign-up to come and participate… Brian is doing Breakfast! Hamfest -the date is set for March 16th, This replaced the Yahoo Group function. We will be having a Youth Ham Scholarship in Details will be announced at the January meeting.

sacramento ham radio swap meet

As with any SFARC net or meeting, we love visitors, so come on down and join the membership and check out our website at: Thanks again for all the VE's that were able to come to the session. We had a very successful session again. We administered 17 elements to 11 candidates. This month's program will be presented by former past president, vice-president and secretary-treasurer, Maynard Wright, W6PAP. Maynard will give a talk about SWR. It promises to be an interesting program.

sacramento ham radio swap meet

So, why not come and join us! The board meeting begins at 6: At our December meeting, we will be discussing the recap of our Bug Roundup Event and participation level.

As always, we will have our Tech show and tell portion.

sacramento ham radio swap meet

Members and visitors are asked to share their Ham Radio related items they find of interest. Visitors are always welcome to join us at our meetings. Although our nets usually run around 15 wpm code, we are all happy to accommodate those that are slower and need us to oblige. You do not need to have a YouTube account to access the feed.