is the largest Ham Radio Club in
the state with more than 300 members. AARC invites
anyone with an interest in amateur radio or public
service to come out and visit us. We have various working groups
in the evenings several times a month. Give the station a call
prior to coming out to make sure there will be someone there. The
is dedicated to public service and public safety. The Club
provides emergency communicaions and training to any group or
civil authority. Arrangements can be made for a tour of the
station just let firstname.lastname@example.org know what your group wants to see
Dues are a meager $12 a year, those dues includes a newsletter via
email or directly from the AARC webpages.
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join the club at any
of our monthly meetings, or by calling
AARC at 345-0719 anytime.
Current Temp in Anchorage
Meeting will be on June 7th at the APU Campus starting at 7pm.
meetings are held the first Friday of each month at
meetings are located in the Carr-Gottstein building at
University, 4101 University Drive, Anchorage, Alaska.
prospective hams as well as the general public are
Where is the clubhouse?
of the station are in the Photo's
K3 and a Yaesu
MicroHAM MicroKeyer II PC interface
Ham Radio Deluxe, Digital Master 780, MultiPSK, WSJT.
15 and 20 meters. 40
and 80 meters in near future
SSB phone, CW, Slow Scan TV.
MFSK, RTTY, Olivia, Feld-Hell, Domino, Throb, JT65, etc.
modes: HF ALE, Winlink
Earthquake Information Center
High Wind Warnings and Threats
Direct or Log of the World
KL7AA station is
available for training in VHF or HF operations.
experienced operator about
propagation, voice and
morse code as
as best practices and legal operation. The station
with a PC and
soundcard interface to operate in most
There are many
even if all you want to do is give
out a KL7
contact to someone.
Alaskan contacts are sought after all over the
club station is quite capable and has great ears.
Club operators have
made many QSO's on all
modes on all
continents. Recent Activities have seen
QSO with New Zealand,
hearing a Fallujah Iraq operator on
a 15 meter
the CW WW Phone Contest. Common contacts are made
and the Carribean, Canada, Japan,
Korea, Taiwan, China,
Russia and most Pacfic
Jamboree on the Air JOTA 2012 at KL7AA
Questions? Contact AARC, or any of the area ham clubs for
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