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Member Survey 2018

Category: Our Club
Published: Thursday, 18 January 2018
Written by Craige Olson

We hope you will take a minute for a three question survey (the link has now been fixed): https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B6GS8Z9

The plan is to better understand who we are and what interests we have so we can improve our meetings and be more responsive to our needs.

Thanks

 DCARC CLUB Presidency

HELP IS NEEDED

Category: Our Club
Published: Friday, 22 July 2016
Written by Chad Rapier

Running the club store is a big job, and for every hour our volunteers are selling things there is about as many hours dedicated to loading, unloading, ordering, inventory, pricing, and other tasks involved. We're looking for another volunteer to help our existing staff. We want to both lighten the load for existing staff, and perhaps expand to make our store available at more ham radio events.

 

Interested in helping? Drop me an email! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thanks!

 

Chad Rapier

 

DCARC President

ARRL Affiliation

Category: Our Club
Published: Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Written by DCARC DCARC

The Davis County Amateur Radio Club proudly maintains "Affiliated Club Status" with the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL). Among other things, this means that at least 51% of the DCARC membership is a member of the ARRL. We encourage all members of DCARC to maintain a concurrent membership in the ARRL because of the benefits this brings to our club and the individual member. Among other benefits of ARRL membership, you receive the following:

To learn more about ARRL Affiliated Clubs, visit this page at ARRL's web site. We invite you to visit the ARRL's elaborate web site at http://www.arrl.org.


About ARRL

ARRL Diamond Logo

The ARRL is a membership service organization which serves the over 600,000 Amateur Radio operators, enthusiasts, experimenters and hobbyists in the United States, its territories and possessions. ARRL is a member society of the International Amateur Radio Union. The American Radio Relay League is the principal representative of the Amateur Radio Services, serving members by protecting and enhancing spectrum access and providing a national resource to the public.

Amateur Radio Relay League
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111
USA
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Telephone: 860-594-0200
Fax: 860-594-0259
Hotline: 800-32NEW-HAM
Web:
http://www.arrl.org

 

Bookstore

Category: Our Club
Published: Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Written by DCARC DCARC

Club Bookstore

Club Bookstore

The Davis County Amateur Radio Club maintains a well-stocked bookstore of educational materials published by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) and other Amateur Radio Publishers. Our purpose is to provide a source of books and amateur related materials to assist in educating club members and those seeking to obtain amateur radio licenses. If there is a specific book or publication you are interested in, we may be able to order it for you. Please let us know at our monthly club meetings. In addition to books, you'll find a wide assortment of antennas, cables, and connectors. The bookstore is usually open a half hour before and half hour after club meetings.

Mike Jones & Mel Parkes  manage the bookstore for the club. Look on our "Club Officers" page for information on how to contact them.

 

Club Repeaters

Category: Our Club
Published: Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Written by DCARC DCARC

The club maintains a repeater on Antelope Island. It is on 147.040+ MHz with PL of 123.0.

Frequency

PL  Location   Notes
147.040+ MHz 123.0 Antelope  Fusion Repeater - AMS
 447.200- MHz  127.3 Antelope   Off Air, Being repaired - Fusion Repeater - AMS
 449.925- MHz  100.0 North Salt Lake   Fusion Repeater - Linked to 147.42 MHz Simplex - AMS
 449.700- MHz  100.0 West Kaysville  Fusion Repeater - AMS
 53.01- MHz 141.3 Shepard Pk On-line - replaced antenna and duplexer 9/2017
145.070 MHz      Davis County Packet
145.1375- MHZ KF7ZNS-C West Bountiful  D-Star-running ircDDBGateway (no registration)
447.975- MHZ KF7ZNS-B West Bountiful D-Star-running ircDDBGateway (no registration)
449.875- MHz DCS051 Shepard Pk  Fusion Repeater - Wires-X connected- AMS

 Repeater Resources for our Area

 

DCARC 147.04 Repeater Site Photos

Photos courtesy Mike Collett & Roy Rasband
 
  
 

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