It’s been a week and we would love to hear your feedback if you have a minute! Got an idea for something we should add or just want to come and say hello on a Sunday. I’m hoping we can have these once a month to better serve you the TARC family! So if you can’t make this one, stop by next month! Check out the facebook link below as that is where it is being hosted! https://www.facebook.com/events/1147877852324692
The Tulsa Amateur Radio Club weekly net is Tuesday, April 27th at 8:00 PM on the 443.850 repeater. Paul, WB5ANX will be giving us a presentation on ARES followed by Q&A. Paul is the ARES Emergency Coordinator for Tulsa County. If you want to learn about ARES from an expert, join us on the net. You don’t need to be a member to join and check in.
Clear Frequencies Requested for Net Providing 24/7 Coverage of St Vincent Volcanic Eruption 04/20/2021 ARRL.org The Caribbean Emergency and Weather Net (CEWN) has been providing round-the-clock coverage during the La Soufriere volcanic eruption on the island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Several neighboring islands are also being affected by the disaster. When responding to disasters and emergencies such as this, the CEWN utilizes 3.185 MHz LSB and 7.188 MHz LSB. CEWN is requesting that radio amateurs not involved in the volcano response to keep these frequencies clear. — Thanks to Ira Harris, VP2EIH Posted – Mark Conklin – ARESOKLAHOMA@Groups.io
The FCC has announced that rule changes detailed in a lengthy 2019 Report and Order (R&O) governing RF exposure standards go into effect on May 3, 2021. The new rules do not change existing RF exposure (RFE) limits but do require that stations in all services, including amateur radio, be evaluated against existing limits, unless they are exempted. For stations already in place, that evaluation must be completed by May 3, 2023. After May 3 of this year, any new station, or any existing station modified in a way that’s likely to change its RFE profile — such as different […]
As you can probably tell, we have launched a new website… so we definitely have been busy getting things moved around. Take some time to poke around and if you think you found a mistake use the Found a Mistake link at the bottom of every page and send it to us; even if you want us to add something or change something… It’s there so we can get you the information you need.. AND yes, we know we will see a lot of these as we grow this site out.. Send on.. Just give us some time to get […]
New events posted!!!! This is one of those events that has to be written about! Texoma Hamarama This year the Ham Holiday crew, CORA, will be teaming up with the Texoma Hamarama crew to put on an in-person two-day hamfest on October 22 and 23, 2021 in Ardmore, OK. This hamfest has been running for 74 years and it will be the largest hamfest in Oklahoma for 2021. Make your plans to see us there. MORE INFO – /events/texoma-hamarama/
Can you believe it? After a year of no club meetings, we’re on track to have our first in per-son club meeting on Tuesday, April 20th. A short survey done during the March 16th weekly net showed that the majority of us are ready for an in person meeting. The location is still to be determined. Keep checking the Tulsa Amateur Radio Club Facebook for the details. The Tulsa Amateur Radio Club Weekly Net is going strong and thanks to some really good presentations by Ron KB5VDB, Mark KG5ZZV and Bart N5TWB a lot of hams are checking in […]