This is a classic example of how our hobby is so wonderful. Last Saturday, for the first time, our club participated at Winter Field Day. We arrived early at Fort Funston, setup our radios, dipoles and verticals and operated as W6PW 3O San Francisco! We operated until our batteries ...almost run out. The highlight was a visit of a group of students from Cal Polytechnic, engineering department; all licensed amateurs with an active club W6BHZ!
The San Francisco Radio Club has been invited back to manage the Communications Team for the 36th Annual Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Half Marathon 10K & 5K. We will appreciate your assistance for this event!
All operators, experienced or not can participate. This is great opportunity to put your skills to work, learn by shadowing an experienced operator and have fun! This is all about helping the community, preparing for the unexpected and building on the reputation of our club.
Join us this Friday, January 18th, to kick off the new year. We have a ton of content to cover as well as a short presentation (information and logistics) about Winter Field Day, our first event of the year!
Bring your radio, your questions, let us know what you want to see from your club this year!
Can't wait to see you all
Thank you all for participating in this year's election. Switching to electronic format led to much higher member participation this year. The final results are listed below. Note that 3 directors are required to assemble a functional board, these are Scott Esters (AA6RT), Bill Stepka (AE4ER) and Steve Ferrario (N0XOY). Congratulations all!
Join us this Friday, November 16th, to celebrate another successful SFRC year with Pizza, Drinks, Election Results and an awesome presentation by our own Robert Klahn, AD6I. As you know our election process has changed this year. We are running a month long election started at 8pm during our October meeting and will end at 8pm during our November meeting, this Friday the 16th.
If you haven't voted yet, check your email for a user id and password to login to our election system and vote. If you are having difficulties do not worry, we will have a computer and people ready to help during our November meeting. If you are unable to attend and still need help to vote please contact Robert, AD6I, (email@example.com) our election chair.
Can't wait to see you all this Friday!
Here are the results from this years 2M QSO Party. Congratulations to all who participated.
N6IMY 2112 (*)
(*) Overall Winner
The location we were going to operate from is very close to the "Hardly Strictly Bluegrass" festival in the park, therefore, we are going to cancel our event. We hope to find a better location for next year.
If you have any questions, please contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Its August in the city: Time for the fog, and the annual San Francisco Radio Club 2M FM QSO Party.
This year, the QSO party is on 8/25/2018 from 10AM to 2PM. Operators of all experience levels are welcome. The main goal: Have fun.
More information on the QSO party can be found by clicking the button below:
The Northern California DX Club invites you to discover the exciting world of HF Operation. The NCDXC has presented comprehensive classes in all aspects of High Frequency communications. And, now, this information is available to everyone.
Start out with an Introduction to HF, How to Build your Station, Operation Basics or even preparation for the General Class License Exam. We cover all that you need as well as offering one-on-one Elmering (mentoring).
Please visit us at www.ncdxc.org, select ELMER PROJECT on the left tabs, then hit the Register Here button and you’re on your way. You’ll find a list of the classes we have presented. On the right there will be PDF and Videos available for downloading for whatever subjects you want to check out. Remember, we are here to assist and answer your questions.
Tony Dowler K6BV
Northern California DX Club