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Fairbanks, Alaska

The next AARC club meeting will be Friday Jan 6, 2017.  The next license test session will be Saturday Jan 7, 2017.

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Arctic Amateur Radio Club

Established in the 1930’s, the AARC has historically been involved in using ham radio resources in support of community affairs, emergency services and special events. We operate a state-wide repeater system together with an ever-expanding APRS network covering many remote areas in interior Alaska.

Upcoming Events

Ham Radio License Testing

License tests are held on the first Saturday of the month at 1 PM at Farthest North CB’s Plus (3451 College Road)

Other Training Classes

Would you like training in a skill? Please contact any board member or webmaster and inquire.

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Monthly Meeting Location

Meetings are held on the first Friday of the month at 7 PM in the Hutchison Career Center  - 3750 Geist Road.

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Thanks to those who came to Skywarn to help and sit in the op chair.  A special thanks to Larry (N1TX) for permitting Skywarn operation to remote access the KL2R club station antenna array via CloudIQ.  It was awesome to see and use the latest “remote HF radio” technology.


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There is gossip of a Technician Class. If interested, please contact the webmaster to have your name/email added to our cheechako email list so you can be kept informed.


Mac (KL2GS) will lead a 2m antenna building session at the February meeting.  It is designed to help new technicians develop a better HT antenna.  Contact Mac or webmaster for further details.

Remember that Eric (KL7AJ) has taken the lead in advocating more mobile hams test their 75m capability.  Can you do mobile 75m?