Amateur Radio Club
note if you are a member and not getting emails
from the club we
may have a bad email address on file, please
notify us of your current
Membership Meeting will be on March 6th.
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
therewill be someone there. The AARC is dedicated to public
service and public safety. The Club provides emergency
communications 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 or do.
Dues are only $12 a year, those dues includes our
newsletter via email. You can renew or apply via PayPal. Click Here
instructions. You can also join the club at any meeting or by calling
AARC at 345-0719 anytime. If no one is in please leave a message and a
contact number so we can call you back.
for March will be:
Jim Larsen AL7FS,
ARRL Alaska Section Manager
AARC meetings are held the first Friday of each month at 7:00
PM. Our meetings are normally located in the Carr-Gottstein
building at Alaska Pacific University, 4101 University Drive,
New and prospective hams as well as the general public are always
invited to join us!
station contact "Activities@kl7aa.net"
KL7AA station is available for training in VHF or HF
Learn from an experienced operator about propagation, voice and morse
code as well as best practices and legal operation. The station is
fully integrated with a PC and soundcard interface to operate in most
digital modes. Alaskan contacts are sought after all over the
world. Club operators have made many QSO's on all modes on all
continents. Common contacts are made to the lower 48, the Carribean,
South America, Asia, Europe, Australia,
New Zealand and of course Canada.
working? Contact "email@example.com"