Alinco DR- 635T

May
11

The Alinco DR-635T is a twin band mobile transceiver operating on the 2 meter and 70 cm bands. Receive coverage is 108 to 173.995 and 335 to 480 MHz. This includes the VHF air band in AM mode and the FM broadcast band 87.5 to 108 MHz in Wide FM mode. 200 alphanumeric memories are available. Power output on VHF is 50/20/5 watts and UHF is 35/20/5 watts. Dual band receiver with V/V, U/U, V/U and U/V capability.
Al Sens - N9QLP
920-426-1851

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The next FCARC VE Testing - May 20, 2017

May
10

The next FCARC VE Exam will be Saturday, May 20, 2017 at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, 54912-2277.
The room number is B142 and the closest entrance is door 12 located on the west side of the building. You can view a floor plan of the College at the following website.
http://www.fvtc.edu/appleton
Registration is from 8 to 9 am. We only have the room until 11 am so we will not be able to accommodate late arrivals.
You must show a photo ID when you register for an exam.

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2017 EAA Special Event Station Update - Operators still needed

May
02

With the advent of the month of May, sign up for the 2017 EAA
Special Event Station is rapidly drawing to a close. There are still
plenty of operating positions available. If you haven't signed up yet
and wish to operate please do so to insure that you get the assignment
you desire. If you have already signed up and can make any additional
shifts that would be greatly appreciated.

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Wiki page now active

May
01

The Fox Cities Amateur Radio Clubs Wiki page is now active, www.fcarc.club/dokuwiki
If there ia anything you want added let me know

Dan, N9LVS

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April 17 MEETING

Apr
12

This months club meeting will be Monday April 17, starting at 7pm. Our special speaker that evening will be Justin Steinbrink of FOX 11. As Monday kicks off Severe Weather Awareness Week, Justin will be sharing some tips and stories from his career in weather including a time as a storm chaser. Please join us for this timely topic. 73, Bernie de N9YMC

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2017 EAA Special Event Station Sign-up

Mar
28

"CQ, CQ, CQ This is W9ZL, Special Event Station for the 2017 EAA Airventure Fly-in calling CQ...."

Yes, it's already that time of year,
the sign-up for this years EAA Special Event Station is now open for
Club operators. I will open it to all ARRL members next week and will
be drawing sign-up to a close at the month of May.
This has to be done so the EAA can finalize their planning into accommodate us
during the event.

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MARCH 20 CLUB MEETING

Mar
24

As a reminder the FCARC regular monthly meeting is Monday night at UW-Fox Valley. Hope to see you all there. We do have a special guest speaker in John Meyer, NZ9Z, who will regale us with his work with the Amateurs of Sri Lanka, an island nation off the southern coast of India. Known by their amateur prefix of 4S, John will recap some of his work both in-country on DX-Peditions and back home on behalf of the Sri Lankan peoples. John has asked if you have any working 2-meter or 440 gear that you would like to donate for the 4S people, please bring it with you to Mondays meeting.

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The next FCARC VE Testing - March 25, 2017

Mar
15

The next FCARC VE Exam will be Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, 54912-2277.
The room number is B142 and the closest entrance is door 12 located on the west side of the building. You can view a floor plan of the College at the following website.
http://www.fvtc.edu/appleton
Registration is from 8 to 9 am. We only have the room until 11 am so we will not be able to accommodate late arrivals.
You must show a photo ID when you register for an exam.

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January General Membership

Jan
09

Members,

January's General Membership meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 17 at the UW - Fox Valley Campus in Menasha due to the University being closed for Martian Luther King Jr Day. The FCARC will be accepting payment for the Awards Banquet before and after the meeting. . We will accept cash, check or credit card. The Awards Banquet will be held at the Darboy Club on February 18. Social Hour from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Dinner at 6:00 PM with the awards program after dinner.

Program: Repeaters by Rick, W9RIC

FCARC

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2017 2 Meter SSTV Net Schedule

Dec
14

Hams in range of Appleton, WI are invited to check into the Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club (FCARC) SSTV net. The purpose of this net is to help hams learn, experiment and use Slow Scan TV in the quiet and safety of 2 meters. This net meets at 6 pm on a designated Sunday each month. We use the FCARC repeater frequency, 145.330 MHz with Tone 100.0. If that is busy, we will use the SSTV national calling frequency for 2 meter simplex which is 145.500 MHz.

This net typically meets on the second Sunday of each month at 6 pm. Your NCS for this semi-formal, directed net is Larry WA9TT.

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