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RARC December 15th 2021 meeting will be held on Zoom.

RARC will meet on Zoom this month at 7 pm on the Wednesday the 15th. Please see Zoom details below.

RARC board position elections will be held at the January 2022 meeting. If you are interested in holding a President, vice-president or secretary position, let us know.

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RARC monthly meeting Wednesday, August 18th 7pm.

We will be meeting in person this month at the Richfield Community Center at 7pm. Topic includes working with System Fusion radios and planning for PennFest.

Here is a link to QSOtoday presentations:

There are about 50 12vdc 5 amp power supplies and are free for the asking. Send an email to for more info. There is an image in the link below.



RARC June 16th, 2021 meeting on Zoom

Please join us for the monthly meeting this Wednesday at 7:00 pm on Zoom. Details are in an Email sent out Sunday, and on the club’s calendar. We will be discussing Field Day 2021 on June 26th at the Richfield Community center. This will be an abbreviated event this year. Set up will begin at 9 am and tear down at dusk.



Thursday, May 20th 2021 at 7:30PM
On… 446.075 M h z (DPLX)
TalkGroup 99 TimeSlot 1 ColorCode 1
Moderators are… KCØBBK Galen, NØNWH Tom, & KCØTJ Don


Is a great mode however most have only a UHF DMR radio, and we wanted to help
you. This event is always open to anyone. No club affiliation is ever required for
this event. Galen, Tom, and Don will try to help everyone to get on. We will be
monitoring 444.475 analog Repeater for support during this event. Please test
your radio(s) anytime before this event on 446.075Mhz. The 446.075Mhz is a national simplex for DMR and is open to anyone anytime. This frequency should be in DMRPLX ZONE (National Simplex) on most CodePlugs already to make it easy.
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Slides from the Ed Fong presentation

Ed Fong made a presentation to RARC at the April meeting, and the feedback has been all positive. Follow the link below. The last slide has a discounted price list. Mention RARC when ordering. Students of DR. Fong’s RF classes fabricate the antennas as lab projects, and the proceeds go to supporting the students.

The web address is:

We will invite Ed to make another presentation in the future.



RARC Secretary