ARRL Field Day for 2019 was June 22-23, 2019. This is the largest on-air amateur radio event in North America. Members of our club and the Baltimore Radio Amateur Television Society (BRATS) were hosted in 2018 and 2019 at a facility made available by Steve KA3ZMN who provided a first-rate operating environment for a multiple transmitter activity, complete with generator power, an impressive selection of antennas, and great food. A big thank you to Steve for his tremendous effort in making these events so effective and enjoyable for the two clubs.
We proudly use DXLab Suite for general (master) logging, rig-control, QSLing, and operating. N1MM and N3FJP software are used for various contests.
Confirmations for any of our contacts-W3FT: US-send SASE; DX-send SAE w/$1USD or use the bureau. For any direct mailing, an SASE or postage is required. Our mailing address is “Baltimore Amateur Radio Club-W3FT, P O Box 120, Reisterstown, MD 21136“; please mark your inbound envelope with the event name (if applicable). Logbook of the World is loaded promptly after any contacts are made.
The BARC Repeater System is available for anyone to use. The repeater has a primary input frequency of 146.07 Mhz and output is 146.67. The PL tone is 107.2. With multiple receive sites in the Greater Baltimore area, coverage is excellent. A big thank you to Phil N3CDY for his years of effort in maintaining the system.
If the Repeater goes down, please try simplex as we will monitor BARC Simplex Frequency 146.550 mhz., 40M on 7.195 mhz, and 75M on 3.910 mhz.
ARCNEM (Linthicum, MD) announces weekly amateur radio Amateur Extra License classes start January 23, 2020 (6:30-9:30 pm. for twelve Thursdays) at the National Electronics Museum at 1745 West Nursery Road Linthicum, MD 21090. Attendees should obtain a copy of the ARRL Amateur Extra License Manual, Eleventh Edition. No charge for attendance. Contact: Rol K3RA at 410-796-4792 or roland.anders (AT) comcast.net