Hello ARES Members, AECs and Staff Members, Thursday, April 21, 2022 from 10:00 – 11:00 our group will be participating in the The Great Utah Shakeout Exercise. Rick Mead W7VQ is heading and conducting the exercise this year. Rick has written a fun and exciting exercise to practice our radio skills. All Davis County licensed
The Bountiful Handcart parade is scheduled for Saturday, July 16, 2022. If you would like to help out with this event, please contact Gary Johnson – N7DND
The Davis County Amateur Radio Club is pleased to announce that they will be sponsoring a Technician Licensing Course. It will be held at Layton City Office, at 437 N. Wasatch Dr., Layton, Utah 84041. There is no cost to take the course. Pre-registration is required due to social distancing limitations. We will be using
The Davis County VE team will be conducting a testing session THIS Friday, April 8, 2022. For more information OR to register please visit the HamStudy website at https://hamstudy.org/sessions/622568407a79893732d62c34/1
Our March 12, 2022 Club Meeting will be on Ham Radio Digital Communications and our presenter will be Gary Johnson. We will be holding our meeting in person at the Davis County Sheriff’s Office in person. Club meeting starts at 10:00 am. See you there!
The Utah Digital Communications Conference is March 26th in Sandy UT. This is a single day amateur radio conference with presenters who are experts in their subjects. It is a great learning event for amateur radio operators of all skill levels. REGISTRATION IS OPEN AT: http://utah-dcc.org/ Presentations scheduled include: Five minutes to Digital with the ICOM
Did you know that Davis County Amateur Radio Club is an affiliated club of the ARRL? Well, you do now. One of the requirements of this affiliation is that the club maintain 51% of our voting members must also be members of the ARRL. We report this annually to the league and it is once
THIS Saturday, February 12, 2022 at 10:00 am we will be holding our next Club Meeting. This meeting will be via ZOOM. Rick Mead will be our presenter. The topic includes talking about ham radio and resources available and also morse code. If you need the ZOOM link, please complete the form below.
US Forest Service Proposed Fee Increase Will Severely Impact Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Capability
American Radio Relay League Utah Section Information From: ARRL Utah Section Public Information Coordinator For Immediate Release For more information contact: Richard Mead ARRL Utah Section PIC 801-699-1526 Pat Malan ARRL Utah Section Manager 801-413-7438 US Forest Service Proposed Fee Increase Will Severely Impact Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Capability The US Forest Service is planning
Good afternoon all! Due to a lack of sign-ups for the DCARC Winter Field Day Station, the officers have decided to cancel our event. As a result of COVID-19, there are many who want to participate but are uneasy about being in groups. We have even had to limit the number of people or transition