The August regular meeting of the Trinity County Amateur Radio Club will be Wednesday, August 9, 2017, at 6:30pm. Location still to be determined. It would normally be at the 4H office at the fairgrounds in Hayfork but the fair … Continue reading →
The TCARC picnic is Saturday, July 22. It will be at Ed and Vi’s home on Five Cent Gulch Road in Weaverville. (Left turn off of Highway 3 just North of Tops Mini-Mart. Go about 300 yards and look for … Continue reading →
The July regular meeting of the Trinity County Amateur Radio Club is Wednesday, July 12, 2017, at 6:30pm at the Trinity County Office of Education main conference room.
The next regular monthly meeting of TCARC will be Wednesday, June 14, 2017, at 1830 hrs (6:30pm). The meeting will be held in the 4-H Office at the Trinity County Fair Grounds, Hayfork.
It saddens me to report that on the morning of January 29th, 2017, Bob Martin WD6AIA became a silent key. His family said that there will be a service, but it will be a while. They will be sure to let … Continue reading →
01/25/2016Amateur Radio volunteers were at the ready as a storm of historic proportions over the January 23-24 weekend dropped up to 3-1/2 feet of snow, some of it on states not used to seeing much snow at all. Some … Continue reading →
01/06/2016The year-long ARRL’s National Parks on the Air (NPOTA) event got off to a strong start, with considerable activity reported on the HF bands and even some on the SO-50 satellite over the first weekend of the new year. Throughout 2016, Amateur … Continue reading →
A little recognized portion of FCC Part 97 regulations applies to 420-450 MHz operations in most counties in our Sacramento Valley section: 47 CFR §97.313 (f) No station may transmit with a transmitter power exceeding 50 W PEP on the UHF … Continue reading →
12/19/2015The FCC Enforcement Bureau has proposed fining William F. Crowell, W6WBJ (ex-N6AYJ), of Diamond Springs, California, $25,000 for intentionally interfering with other Amateur Radio operators and transmitting prohibited communications, including music. FCC San Francisco District Director David K. Hartshorn released … Continue reading →
A 2 day Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) communications exercise in early November was an overall success, especially in terms of MARS-ARES cooperation. The November 8-10 exercise was built around the scenario of a simulated massive coronal mass ejection (CME) … Continue reading →