We have added a new page to our website! Contest.
A quick reference of upcoming contest, and links to more detail about each contest. Check it out!
We are a group of individuals interested in all aspects of ham radio. Meetings are held the 1st Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM.
The doors open a 6:30 PM for in person QSOs and to setup tables and chairs. Talk-in is on the club's linked repeater system concisting of the Georgetown 146.640 and the Talyor 145.450 repeaters. Both are minus offsets and both use a PL tone of 162.2 Hz.
The mettings are at the Jester Annex in Round Rock; 1801 E Old Settlers Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78664 (click the address for a Google map).
All are welcome, please join us.
WCARC Elmer files regarding Setting frequencies in various types of radios:
WCARC Elmer files regarding Equipment Modifications:
WCARC Elmer files regarding antenna's:
Slim Jim J-Pole Antenna Handout (K5LN) (This is the antenna built as a club project in April 2017)
For those of us that are space nuts, the Heavens-Above website lets you look up when the International Space Station, ISS, will fly over and be visible in the night sky as the sun illuminates the space station. If you would like to view this it is quite easy, just 3 simple steps.
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