The next AARC club meeting will be Friday Mar 3, 2017. The next license test session will be Saturday Mar 4, 2017.
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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.
License tests are held on the first Saturday of the month at 1 PM at Farthest North CB’s Plus (3451 College Road)
Would you like training in a skill? Please contact any board member or webmaster and inquire.
Meetings are held on the first Friday of the month at 7 PM in the Hutchison Career Center - 3750 Geist Road.
Wanna Ham? Get started in the right direction. click here
*UPDATE: Technician Level class begins Saturday April 1st. Classes will be held on each Saturday from noon thru 5pm. If you are interested, please attend the March 3rd Club meeting for more details, to purchase the ARRL Tech manual and meet instructors.
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Here’s how you can help us and it doesn’t cost you a penny. A percentage of your purchase price is donated to our club. Click on the buttons for program information.
Mac (KL2GS) and J. Scott (W0JSF) lead a 2m AHVD antenna building workshop at the February 3rd meeting. The antenna instructions, general info and how-to-build steps are here:
Army MARS COMMEX emergency radio prepardness exercise occurs Feb. 25th. Listen to HF 3.920Mhz. MARS operators will be actively looking for Ham radio contacts.
Now What? Ok... So you got a new Technician License or upgraded to a General Class. Now what do I do? What do I need to get on-the-air? Where do I buy a radio or antennas? Some ideas coming soon…
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