® KCARC

Club Nets on Every Wednesday
1900 - 440 Net 444.075Mhz Tone 103.5
1930 - 2 meter Net 145.43 Mhz Tone 88.5    
2000 - 10 meter Net 28.330 Mhz
2030 - 75 meter Net 3.990 Mhz





Upcoming Club Function
KCARC Board of Directors Meeting 8:30am August 18 2018
Location :
Bremerton Public Works Bld
100 Oyster Bay Ave,
Bremerton
KCARC Club Meeting 10 am August 18 2018
Location :
Bremerton Public Works Bld
100 Oyster Bay Ave,
Bremerton

Kitsap County Amateur Radio Club (KCARC) is an amateur radio public service organization & ARRL Special Services club located on the beautiful Kitsap Peninsula in Washington State. We are nestled between the beautiful Cascade Mountain range to the east and the majestic Olympic Mountain Range on the west. You will not find a prettier place to live and operate amateur radio. Please join us every Wednesday night for the club's on the air nets. We also enjoy a very active group of hams and have monthly general meetings (please check calendar for more details), project nights and other activities throughout the year. We offer free classes, examinations for new ham's, and upgrades for existing licenses. Also many of our members participate in Emergency Communications and Kitsap County ACS, and as Skywarn weather spotters. We encourage everyone interested to attend our meetings (Please check calendar for more info). They are open to all, licensed or not. Please feel free to contact us anytime at info@kcarc.org
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Three radio amateurs are among the initial nine NASA astronauts scheduled to fly on commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station. Others in the group are studying for their ham licensing exams in order to take part in Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) school radio contacts, or because they have expressed interest in supporting ARISS events. The women and men c...

W6NBC Wins the August QST Cover Plaque Award

The winning article for the August 2018 QST Cover Plaque award is “A Novel Approach to Using Window Line” by John Portune, W6NBC. The QST Cover Plaque Award -- given to the author or authors of the most popular article in each issue -- is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the September issue today.

New FCC Part 95 Personal Radio Services Rules Published in The Federal Register

Reorganized and updated FCC Personal Radio Services (PRS) Part 95 rules have been published in The Federal Register. Among other things, the PRS covers the Family Radio Service (FRS), General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), and the Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS).

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