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Shreveport Ham Fest

Shreveport Ham Fest

When: August 13th 7:00 am- 2:00pm

Where:

State Fair Agriculture Building

3206 Pershing Avenue
Shreveport, Louisiana 71109

Talk-In:

Tune in on the SARA K5SAR 146.820 MHz (Offset: -0.6 | No tone) repeater. This frequency will be monitored to provide information or answer questions.

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Combined Radio Exercise (CRX)

Hello all,

KI5OFN here.

We had some requests at the meeting last night to send out the slides we used for the Combined Radio Exercise (CRX) presentation so here they are!! I appreciate all the input and ideas for it as well. 

CLICK HERE FOR SLIDES

We will continue to mold it and give updates on progress as we move closer to the fall.  I liked the idea of a workshop on it, and some testing on different bands while we develop this. 

Also, I am leaning towards 2nd weekend in October. That should be the 8th.  It’s not usually too hot or cold at that time and maybe we can do the 1st event weather permitting. Thank you all!

73’s
KI5OFN

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Join us on Discord

Connect with other club members via discord. To join the server go to

https://discord.gg/T6s4xKxG6V

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Welcome!

Howdy!

Welcome to the new TARC website! Exciting new things to come soon!

73’s – W5RCP

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Arrow Antennas

Arrow Antennas

Joe Lisbony (WB5SDV) has received the J-Pole antennas that he ordered from Arrow Antennas. If you are interested in purchasing one (or more) of these quality J-Pole antennas, please contact:

Joe Lisbony – WB5SDV
PH. 702.556.5602
Email: jlisbony@yahoo.com

Price: $57.00

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Field Day

ARRL Field Day – 2022 June 25th

ARRL Field Day is the single most popular on-the-air event held annually in the US and Canada. On the fourth weekend of June of each year, thousands of radio amateurs gather with their clubs, groups or simply with friends to
operate from remote locations.

Field Day is a picnic, a campout, practice for emergencies, an informal contest and, most of all, FUN!

It is a time where many aspects of Amateur Radio come together to highlight our many roles. While some will treat it as a contest, other groups use the opportunity to practice their emergency response capabilities. It is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate Amateur Radio to the organizations that Amateur Radio might serve in an emergency, as well as the general public. For many clubs, ARRL Field Day is one of the highlights of their annual calendar.

The contest part is simply to contact as many other stations as possible and to learn to operate our radio gear in abnormal situations and less than optimal conditions.

But despite the development of very complex, modern communications systems — or maybe because they ARE so complex — ham radio has been called into action again and again to provide communications in crises when it really matters. Amateur Radio people (also called “hams”) are well known for our communications support in real disaster and post-disaster situations.

We use these same skills when we help with events such as marathons and bike-a-thons; fund-raisers such as walk-a-thons; celebrations such as parades; and exhibits at fairs, malls and museums — these are all large, preplanned, non-emergency activities.

All are welcome to participate, watch and learn about this hobby

Due to covid concerns we will update this site as the date approaches