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WEEKLY NET – Thursday 20:00 hours on 147.315 MHz, tone 107.2Formal NTS traffic accepted.
Amateur Radio and ARES announcements accepted. Check-ins from all amateurs accepted. EMCOMM Training encouraged. Comments from all stations on the roster when requested.
Wednesday 20:00 hours DSTAR Net on 145.380 DV Please enable gateway mode.
CLUB MEETINGS – Second Friday at 19:00 hoursLOCATION Regular MEETING is held at - Alexandria City’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Community Room at 3600 Wheeler Avenue at the intersection of Duke Street and Quaker Lane. Public Parking in front of EOC building. WARNING: Do NOT park on Wheeler Avenue, as the City's ticketing protocol applies. TALK-IN on 147.315 repeater.
CLUB MISSION & PURPOSEMISSION is commitment to advancing community citizens awareness of ham radio communication technologies and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensing certifications in collaboration with American Radio Relay League (ARRL).PURPOSE is communications support requests by City of Alexandria's Emergency Services Office (EMS), Alexandria Red Cross, George Washington's Birthday Parade, Marine Corps Marathon.
ARC Club Officers
- KI4D - Donovan (Don) Lewis - President
- K4KBK - Sean Gallagher - Vice President
- KI4BXU - Eric Misavage - Treasurer
- KN4LLL - Carol Myers - Secretary BOARD MEMBERS
- N8IK - Ian Keith
- KO4ZIK - Bob Crumley
- WA4MPR - Jason Palma CLUB COMMITTEES
- KA4GFY - Rich Adamy: Training / Club Trustee
- N4ASX - Rick Bunn: ARES
- KB2LRX - Jan Maas: ARC-Shorts Editor
- N8IK - Ian Keith: Club Info
- KI4MWP - Marshall DeBerry: DSTAR Administrator
- KW4UJ - Richard Morani, N8IK - Ian Keith: Webmasters
- WD4ADF - Bryan Pettigrew: Net Control Coordinator
- KO4ZIK - Bob Crumley: Club Membership Retention
- KO4QQX - Joe Izaguirre: Membership
- KB2LRX - Jan Maas: PIO
Category Archives: ARRL Bulletins
ARRL Bulletin – 1.2GHz allocations (D-Star D/V, Analog Voice)
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is deploying a new generation of Common Air Route Surveillance Radar (CARSR) that has some implications for the use of the 1240-1300 MHz (23 cm) band by amateurs. The Amateur Service allocation in this band … Continue reading