The Santa Fe Trail Amateur Radio Club is a general-purpose club with the goal of promoting and supporting the educational and operational aspects of ham radio through ham radio class, on-the-air events and hands-on activity. Check the WEB calendar for details and any changes in time, date or location for the club meeting. Any ECS activity will take precedence over our net.
Donations will be placed in the general fund unless otherwise notified. See more details. Must be present to win.
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The mission of the club is to bring together those interested in amateur radio and it's use in public safety. The immediate goal of the organization is to ascertain and robust where necessary the current amateur radio capabilities available within the agency. Membership is open to all those interested in amateur radio and public safety.
This is an award which is given annually to the member of the CKARC who by his or her service to the club, the community or Amateur Radio, exemplifies what the public service aspect of the hobby is all about. To serve the Public Interest, convenience, and Necessity. To Promote the enjoyment of Ham Radio by providing an environment which will enhance the opportunities for individual growth in the hobby.
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Pilot Knob Amateur Radio Club. The Pilot knob amateur radio club. The club was started over 40 years ago by some Hams that wanted to share their experiences with other local radio enthusiasts, exchange ideas and knowledge to enhance their technical abilities, and to be a source of knowledge and guidance to new enthusiasts who want to enter the hobby.
We have the Bldg. Testing will be available for all 3 classes of licenses. Plans are to have 3 station's set up.
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Many hams already have the necessary equipment to "work the birds. Our presentation provides hams with information on how to successfully get on the air with FM Satellites, in most cases either with equipment they may already possess, or by obtaining a few specialized, inexpensive items. Our goal is to place antennas and radios in the hands of any licensed amateur radio operator who has never before worked a satellite, to give them a sample of the excitement of working an Amateur Radio Satellite.