Category Archives: Amateur Radio

CARP Field Day 2017 RSVP

Field Day is the most popular amateur radio on-the-air event of the year. This is where amateur radio operators gather with their clubs to operate from remote locations. This is an opportunity to demonstrate to the public our response capabilities.

CARP will be holding Field Day at Pine Ridge School located at the top of the 168 four-lanes east of Fresno. All local amateurs and the public is invite to attend the event.

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CARP Field Day 2017 RSVP

Field Day is the most popular amateur radio on-the-air event of the year. This is where amateur radio operators gather with their clubs to operate from remote locations. This is an opportunity to demonstrate to the public our response capabilities.

CARP will be holding Field Day at Pine Ridge School located at the top of the 168 four-lanes east of Fresno. All local amateurs and the public is invite to attend the event.

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CARP Field Day 2017 RSVP

Field Day is the most popular amateur radio on-the-air event of the year. This is where amateur radio operators gather with their clubs to operate from remote locations. This is an opportunity to demonstrate to the public our response capabilities.

CARP will be holding Field Day at Pine Ridge School located at the top of the 168 four-lanes east of Fresno. All local amateurs and the public is invite to attend the event.

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They’ve got your back(up communication): Clovis Amateur Radio Pioneers provide public service, prepare for disasters

By Mariya Zheleva

What would happen if disaster struck? No cell phones, no internet, no power.

How would people communicate?

Enter: Clovis Amateur Radio Pioneers, or CARP for short.

The club is ready to provide communication for any emergency situation, with generators, batteries and ham radios always on hand.

However, CARP isn’t solely around to communicate during disaster. Their skills and equipment also come in handy for events like the California Classic’s running and bicycle events and the March of Dimes’ annual March for Babies walk. Ham radio operators communicate from different points on the course during these walks and bicycle events.

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CARP Field Day 2017 RSVP

Field Day is the most popular amateur radio on-the-air event of the year. This is where amateur radio operators gather with their clubs to operate from remote locations. This is an opportunity to demonstrate to the public our response capabilities.

CARP will be holding Field Day at Pine Ridge School located at the top of the 168 four-lanes east of Fresno. All local amateurs and the public is invite to attend the event.

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Kern County Parks on the Air Event Website

 Amateur Radio operators from Kern County helps celebrate Kern County Parks and Recreation 65 years of……
 Amateur Radio Operators (Hams) will be visiting and operating their radio equipment from Kern county parks and lakes.  Starting April 28 thru July 1, 2017 they will be talking to people over the air waves all thru Kern County.  On July 1st, the anniversary, they will operate a Special event station at (TBA) And invite the public to stop by for a (TBA)
 Attention Clubs and area hams – From April 28 thru July 1st we would like to invite you to join in as we activate 65 Kern County Parks in 65 days.
The rules, check list and destinations are available on the Kern County Parks on the Air KCPOTA.com website. It doesn’t matter if you have a ht, base or mobile you can join in on the fun.
 For more information: N6AJ@arrl.net

Parachute Mobile Mission 26 is set for May 13, 2017

Make a contact with a skydiver and receive a one-of-a-kind QSL card.

WHERE: We will be conducting our Mission from Bay Area Skydiving, Byron Airport, Byron, CA.

TIME: We hope to have our first jump sometime between 9:30 and 10:30 A.M.  We are usually able to make 3 to 5 jumps for the day.

FREQUENCIES: QSO frequency will be 146.430 MHz simplex.
We will also be dedicating one jump for D-star.  Locally, D-Star will be via the W6CX C repeater on Mount Diablo, output 145.000, input 147.500, reflector REF014 C.  Plans are to conduct an HF jump as well on 20 meters at 14.250MHz

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