Category Archive: General

Jan 17

Club House Activation – Winter Field Day 2020

  The Cleveland Amateur Radio will be activating the club house January 25th and 26th for the Winter Field Day Association’s, Winter Field Day Event. Activation will begin Saturday, January 25th at 1900z (2PM EST).  This event is to help foster and train Amateur Radio Operators who believe that emergency communications in a winter environment …

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Dec 22

Club House Activation – RTTY Roundup!

The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club will be activating the Club House, Saturday January4th, for the ARRL RTTY Roundup. The object of this activation is for amateur’s worldwide to contact and exchange QSO information with other amateurs using digital modes on 80, 40, 20, 15, and 10 meter bands. Any station may work any other station. …

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Nov 09

ARRL November Sweepstakes – Club House Activation

The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club will be activating the clubhouse for the ARRL’s November Sweepstakes. The ARRL’s annual November Sweepstakes is the oldest domestic contest, beginning in 1930. Sweepstakes paused during World War II but came back stronger than ever. It’s a competition between North American stations–individuals, teams, and clubs. For many US and Canadian …

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Nov 07

2019 ARRL Field Day – Final Results

The Final Results for the ARRL’s 2019 Field Day have been posted on the ARRL’s Contest Landing Web-page. This year the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club was 1st place in the 5E category. While the total amount of contacts made were less than our closest competitor, the amount of extra activities preformed by our club members, …

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Sep 17

Radio Operators Save the Day at the Black Bear Rampage

Radio Operators from the Cleveland ARC, Chattanooga ARC, and Collegedale ARC joined forces to assist Scott’s Bike Shop with their annual Black Bear Rampage bike race in the Cherokee National Forest near the Olympic White Water Center in Polk Co, TN. Riders could choose to compete in a 20-mile or 40-mile race.  Radio Operators were …

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