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New Amateur Bands Available

Category: Uncategorised
Published: Friday, 20 October 2017
Written by Joe Giraudo

There are two new bands open to Amateur Radio Stations in the US and several other countries.  They are the 630 and the 2,200 meter bands.  These bands have been used for years by the Maritime Mobile and Fixed radio services.

These bands are also used by some utilities under Part 15 unlicensed operations.  Prior to operating on these bands licensed amateurs must clear their operation and location with the Utilities Technology Council.  There is currently no mobile operation allowed in these bands

The FCC rule making states: “Amateur stations will be permitted to commence operations after a 30-day period, unless UTC notifies the station that its fixed location is located within 1 kilometer of Power Line Carrier (PLC) systems operating on the same or overlapping frequencies,” the FCC said. PLC systems are unlicensed. “This notification process will ensure that amateur stations seeking to operate [on 630 or 2200 meters] are located beyond a minimum separation distance from PLC transmission lines, which will help ensure the compatibility and coexistence of amateur and PLC operations, and promote shared use of the bands.”

A very small number of amateurs have been operating on these bands under special Experimental Licenses from the FCC to test the effectiveness and compatibility with primary and Part 15 users.

To check with the UTC, connect to the following website:

You must have your station location in latitude and longitude in "Degree - Munute - Second" format for the request.  Even if you aren't planning to get on the band in the near future it might be wise to get authorized to do so.

Have fun.  I look forward to seeing how these new bands perform.


Joe - N7JEH



Ham Radio Technician Class

Category: Uncategorised
Published: Wednesday, 27 September 2017
Written by Spencer Mark

Ham Radio Technician Class Announcement


The Davis County Amateur Radio Club is pleased to announce that they will be sponsoring a Technician Licensing Class.

It will be held in Syracuse Community Center, 1912 W 1900 S, Syracuse , Utah 84075.

There is no cost to take the class.

We will be using the Technician License Course book by Stu Turner. The books sell for $21.95 plus shipping if you order them online but the Davis County Amateur Radio Club is selling them for only $20.00.

The class starts on 11 Oct 2017 every Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 9:00 PM thru 29 November 2017.


For more information or to buy a book contact Spencer Mark at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Category: Uncategorised
Published: Wednesday, 01 February 2017
Written by Johnny Rauzi

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January 2017 Meeting Speakers

Category: Uncategorised
Published: Thursday, 29 December 2016
Written by Joe Giraudo

January's program will a pair of "Back-to-Basics" presentations.  These presentations will be helpful for both the newly licensed amateurs as well as the seasoned veterans. 

Our first speaker will be Mel Parkes - NM7P the ARRL Utah Section Manager.  Mel will discuss the ARRL Field Organization including the various functions and volunteer possibilities for the membership.  He will also give a brief update of ARRL news in general.

Our second speaker will be Gary Davis - KE7MQF the ARRL Davis County Emergency Coordinator.  Gary will give a summary of the function or the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES).  He will discuss the weekly net and how to check into it as well as various ARES activities scheduled throughout the year.  He will also discuss how ARES and RACES work together and the differences between the two programs. 

See you there!

Joe Giraudo - N7JEH



New Club Officers

Category: Uncategorised
Published: Saturday, 10 December 2016
Written by Johnny Rauzi

Our new club officers are:

President Greg Lundell - K7UHP

Vice President - Joe Giraudo N7JEH

Treasurer Gary Johnson- N7DND

Secretary Spencer Mark- AE7IO




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