QST, QST, QST,…The Tulsa Amateur Radio Club Christmas party is back! The date is December 21st at 6 PM. Location is the Golden Corral at 71st and Mingo. If you were at the last club meeting you saw the gifts that Bart, N5TWB has made available for the raffle drawing. There will also be a dirty HAM Santa drawing as well. It should be a great time, lots of fun and good food. See you there! Mark WA5MA
The first-ever virtual National Weather Festival took place from October 26-31, 2020, and it was an immense success! Providing digital content via our website gave participants across the entire world the chance to attend our festival, and although we were unable to celebrate in person, we were able to host over 150,000 of you! We are coming back to the virtual world October 25-30, 2021! More Info
Paul and I didn’t know what to expect when our two separate paths collided with the same goal of introducing the ham radio hobby to young men, women, boys, and girls of the Indian Nations Council. We had a vision to try and do two events this year but we would start with one that we know some scouts would already attend. So we set the bar low at one scout on the air and we ended up with 27! But the small feat of just getting the TARC trailer out to John Zink Ranch was the easy part. We […]
We have been asked to participate in the Boy Scouts Camporee happening the weekend of 10/2. We are in need of at least 2 volunteers to spend the day out at John Zinc from at least 10am-4:30 pm. Our primary objective will be to introduce scouters to Ham radio and get them on the air! Lunch will be provided by the BSA. Two weeks from then we are also looking for some help on 10/16 for another similar scouting event that is a national event called Jamboree on the Air. This event will have a different twist in the hopes […]
The next meeting of the Tulsa Amateur Radio Club is Tuesday, July 20th, 7 PM across from the TU parking lot, in the shade. Portable operations and go boxes will be discussed. If you have a go box and portable antenna, bring it out so we can see it. If you ordered a TARC shirt and haven’t received it, those will be available. Talk in is the 145.110 repeater.
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The Tulsa Amateur Radio Club Field Day is Saturday at Chandler Park across from the water park. Set up starts at 9 AM. The Comm trailer will be there and is available for all to use as well as the GOTA (Get On The Air) station, even if you don’t have your license! The ARES Go Box will be up and running as well as other portable operations, satellite comms, National Traffic System comms and a BBQ dinner. The weather forecast is questionable right now so check in on the repeater if in doubt. Talk in is the 145.110 repeater. Come and […]
Field Day is June 26th and 27th. There will be a preview day on Thursday, June 17 at 7 PM at Chandler Park, in front of the new waterpark. We’ll be looking at options for a Field Day location. All are welcome to help with the planning. Any questions?
Tulsa Amateur Radio Club – Meeting Agenda June 15th 2021 7:00 PM Talk in 145.110 (PL88.5) Repeater Introductions Old Business Approve May financials Approve May meeting minutes Tulsa Tough wrap up Officer Reports Mark WA5MA – Pres Ann K5AEB – 1st VP Bob W5RAB – 2nd VP Russ KF5UZG – Secretary Jerry KE5PMK – Treasurer Bart N5TWB – Public Service Liaison Gregg W5GGW – Repeater Trustee Richie W5OKL – Newsletter Paul WB5ANX – ARES New Business Comm trailer – What could it be used for? Field Day I’ll give you the shirt off my back! Move ice cream social to […]
For Immediate Release For additional information contact: Ann Bruun K5AEB 918 231 0301 / email@example.com Mark Adams WA5MA 918 845 7606 / firstname.lastname@example.org “Who ya’ gonna call? The Tulsa Amateur Radio Club’s Radio Hams!” Public Demo of Emergency Communications June 26, 2021 Tulsa, OK June 1, 2021 – Despite the Internet, cell phones, email and modern communications, every year whole regions find themselves in the dark. Tornadoes, fires, storms, ice and even the occasional cutting of fiber optic cables leave people without the means to communicate. In these cases, the one consistent service that has never failed has been […]