Jan 02

Cleveland ARC – First Activation of 2018

The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club will be activating the Club House for, our first event of the 2018 Radiosport season, the North American QSO Party(SSB), Saturday, January 20th at 1800z (1pm Eastern Time).
The North American QSO Party is a favorite of beginners and seasoned operators alike. The NAQP is low-power only (no amplifiers allowed) which makes for a lot more breathing room on the bands. Small stations can generate very effective “runs” in the NAQP contest. Multipliers count once per-band, which makes for an exciting format, as multipliers can be “moved” from band to band. The NAQP allow stations from all parts of North America to be in the running for the top spots. The 12 hour format allows participants to do some great contesting, yet still have time for other activities during the weekend.
Details and rules for this event can be found at: http://ncjweb.com/naqp/
As an added bonus to this activation, we will also be operating the ARRL January VHF Contest. This event allows Operators in US and Canada (and their possessions) to work as many amateur stations in as many different 2 degrees x 1 degree Maidenhead grid squares as possible using authorized frequencies above 50 MHz. Details and rules for this event can be found at: http://www.arrl.org/january-vhf
If you have any questions or comments about these events, feel free to contact me at: w4juu@carc.cc
Jesse (W4JUU)

Dec 20

Tennessee QSO Party Results

The Final results have been posted and the certificates awarded for the 2017 Tennessee QSO Party. This year the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club received 2nd place in the Instate, Multi-Operator, Low Power Category And 3rd place in the Instate category for contesting clubs.

This year we had a total score of 292,538 points. This was a result of working 654 contacts with 149 multipliers and an additional 200 bonus points. Complete contest results and details can be found at https://tnqp.org/results/

Nov 18

Cleveland Amateur Radio Club featured on Amateur Radio Newsline

Friday, November 17th, the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club was featured in episode 2090 of the Amateur Radio Newsline Podcast.

This can be found at: https://www.arnewsline.org/  Our portion starts roughly around 4 minutes into the podcast.


Nov 18

Ever wanted to learn Morse Code?

Ever wanted to learn Morse Code?

Now’s your Chance. Interested in working DX or SOTA stations? It’s much easier with CW.

Using the material developed by the CW Ops Club you will learn Morse Code in a proven step by step process.

All of your practice exercises are competed using an on-line Morse Code Trainer. So you don’t even need to leave home.

Then once a week we will meet as a group for 1 hour using Skype. During this session, in addition to practice copying, you will also learn how to work DX, how to work a contest and how to make a typical CW QSO.

Class size is limited to 5 and will start January. For more info or to sign up, click <Morse Code>

73 BCNU,
Barry W4LSV

Sep 29

Cleveland ARC – To begin Introductory Course for Morse Code in October

Starting October 16th, The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club will be beginning an introductory course for ham radio operators interested in learning the art of Morse Code (CW).

This course will be specialized for the learning and advancement of Morse Code procedures and practices for the beginning operator. If you are an experienced code operator and interested in advancing your speed, serving as an Elmer or just interested in fellowship amongst other hams, feel free to come and join us as well.

This course will be held on Monday nights at the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club’s Clubhouse located at 560 Johnson Blvd., Cleveland, TN. Classes will begin at 6:30pm.

If you are interested in this course and would like more information, please contact Reggie McCarn rgmccarn@gmail.com or Jack McCarty jmccarty01@charter.net

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