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Here you will find information our repeaters, monthly club meetings, board meetings, memberships, general contact information and activities. Including our SuperFest Website information. The Superstition Amateur Radio Club has something for everyone - whatever your amateur radio interests are, you will find someone in the club to exchange ideas with, learn from, and or teach someone something new. Whether you want to learn CW Morse code and work other continents. Not only is it a lot of fun to build, you will be able to help out in case of an emergency with the services that you can help provide.
Or any of other activities with the new digital modes of communications that we as Amateur Radio Operators have available to us. They run approximately two hours.
If you would like to attend one of our board meetings please contact the Superstition ARC Club President at least 24 hours prior to the meeting for the Zoom information: president superstitionarc. Are on the third Tuesday of the month except December. We are going to finally be meeting face to face at the Charles K. Luster Building starting with the August 17th, Doors Open at: pm.
The Officers and Board members hope you all can make it. The location will be: Charles K. Luster Building Address: N. The last couple of repeater problems that have occurred have not been reported to the Tech Committee in a timely manor. If anyone ever notices a problem with any of our repeaters, please send a message to tech sperstitionarc. The following people will be notified as they are all on the Tech Committee. If you have any questions about volunteering for the SuperFest Committee.
Please send an to: chairman superstitonsuperfest. Club Members, so why not volunteer, have some fun and help out on the SuperFest Committee. Be a part of one of the largest and most successful SuperFest's in the State of Arizona. Use the information below to subscribe to the SuperFest Mail Group. Without the SuperFest the club would struggle to pay the bills. I can not say this enough, John needs help with this event. It takes a year of planning to pull it off and he needs help. Not only does he need help, he needs someone to take over as chairman. This is John's fourth year as SuperFest Charmian and it's time for sone one else to step up.
He will help anyone who steps up so you are not alone. I hate to say this but if we do not get help with the SuperFest, it may not happen at all. One of the largest SuperFest's in Arizona could go away. How sad that would be just because the club cannot get any of its members to help out. If you are looking to print a copy of your current FCC maybe to carry along with your Go bag or on your personhere are the step-by-step instructions on how to accomplish this task.
Then Check out the information below:. We also combined our effort with the Arizona Mesh Organization.
This allows you to control how you receive your. Not a member? The process to Subscribe or Unsubscribe is very easy for you to control. If you were already on the Superstition ARC or the Arizona Mesh mail list, then you are already subscribed to the new mail list group. Your 's will still be delivered just as they were before the change to Google Groups.
You will need to use: "mesh arizonamesh. You can now listen to Amateur Radio NewsLine any time that is convenient for you and is usually updated on Friday of each week. If your interested or have some questions about helping out, please send Dave Muller an at: k7av arrl.
We removed all of the equipment to install a new network rack that will now house all of the repeater equipment. As you all are also aware, the We ran into problems at the Stone Castle with the backup repeater and a programming problem. We did not have the means to program it at the site as our tech person who does that was not available to meet us up there, so the We hope to get everything back to normal by Sunday afternoon.
If not, these modes may be down for several days and not linked. Just an update: The backup repeater is back online along at the Stone Castle sounding great. The Echolink and Allstarlink are still currently offline. The Tech Team is still working on getting that back online. The Communications Committee has been making some changes to the club website. The last effort was to clean up a lot of the old code and consolidate some of the duplicate banner. We are still working on getting the club sales going again.
We are looking for a way for club members to be able to post their own. The Officers and Board members would like to thank Dale N7QJK for all of his hard work and the time he puts into keeping our website's looking good and working so well. We all hope the changes will help get clubs news and information out to the visitors of our website's better than it had been in the past. You can also up to receive 's from the Mesh Group's mail list.
While we are a part of the Superstition ARC, we are not directly funded by the club. Our funding comes from grants and donations from those who are interested in and have been working on this project. Click on the link below for more information. If your interested in making a donation, to the Mesh Group. We have provided a link below for Mesh Network Info on the clubs website Have an idea for an news article, or something you would like to submit for publication? He can always use articles and photos each month.
So help Dave out and submit something today. A quick note from Dave, I would like to thank those of you who have recently sent in some great articles, Thank You and keep them coming Please us at: info superstitionarc. Welcome to the Superstition Amateur Radio Club Home Here you will find information our repeaters, monthly club meetings, board meetings, memberships, general contact information and activities. Wired Communications Discount connectors, adapters and cables for computers, home theater, network, and ham radio.
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