Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club
VOLUNTEERS are needed for this Saturday STEAMFEST at Lincoln High School - Help set up at 8:00 AM stay for the event...
STEAMFEST IS SATURDAY MARCH 23RD 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
On Saturday March 23rd, SDARC will be demonstrating Amateur Radio to up to 2000 students ages 10 - 18 and adults at the first Annual Lincoln World of S.T.E.A.M. Event at Lincoln High School.  

The address is:

6844 Alexandria Place
Stockton, CA 95207

We need club members to arrive starting at 8:00 AM to set up and club members to man our booth, answer questions, etc during the event from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

We will be demonstrating Amateur Digital TV, FT-8, CW, VHF/UHF, DMR radio, Echolink, Amateur Radio in Disasters (EMCOMM), antenna building and more - everything about Amateur Radio. We will be partnering with the Mount Diablo ARC who will be bringing their mobile ATV Transmitter truck to the event and connecting Students with hams through the Mt. Diablo 1296Mhz TV repeater.  

This is a great opportunity to excite young minds to join the world of Amateur Radio. Please let Paul N6KZW or John NZ6Q know that you're coming. 
YOUR DUES ARE DUE!

It's that time of the year when all members of the club dip into what is left of the Christmas fund and pay your radio club dues.   Again, as in the past, the club has bills to pay –  site and shack rental at the repeater site in Fiddletown, insurance, PO Box, Website costs, NARCC dues and meeting hall donation – to name some of the larger ones. 

At our Annual General Meeting in January, we voted to continue the present level of dues for this year.  $20 for a single membership, and $30 for a family membership, when the family lives under the same roof. 

We have a PayPal account, and you may go to the "Join SDARC" page on the club website, click on the PayPal icon, and pay at that point with your credit or debit card.  You can also send a check for dues to:

Stockton-Delta A.R.C.
P.O. Box 690271
Stockton, CA 95269-0271

Get Your Ham Radio License in Just 1 Saturday!

Saturday, April 6, 2019
8:30am-3:30pm – Doors Open at 8:00 AM
Stockton Fire Station 2 – Training Division
110 W Sonora St, Stockton, CA 95202

HamCram is an easy way for emergency workers (paid and volunteer), CERT team members and others who might use Amateur Radio in an emergency to get their licenses.


It is also an excellent way for current hams to help family members get their licenses.

There is no easier or quicker way to get a ham license.


HamCram is for persons seeking their first license (Technician Class) as well as current hams seeking to upgrade from Technician to General Class or General Class to Extra.


Cost for the one-day event is $25 and preregistration and prepayment are strongly encouraged.


If you have ever wanted to get your license (or know someone who should), now’s the time!


Register www.w6sf.org/hamcram.html

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CLUB REPEATERS

Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains at 2500 feet, the club repeaters cover the Southern Sacramento and Northern San Joaquin Valleys. The call-sign is W6SF and can be heard on 147.165 MHz and on 442.250 MHz with a PL of 107.2 Hz. Club simplex frequency is 147.51 MHz.



SDARC also has a UHF repeater, operating independently, on 444.575+ PL 107.2.  This is a local low level Stockton repeater with the call W6SF.  As the project progresses, three receiver/voters will be installed via T1 phone lines and the addition of IRLP linking to other repeaters.  
CLUB REPEATERS

Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains at 2500 feet, the club repeaters cover the Southern Sacramento and Northern San Joaquin Valleys. The call-sign is W6SF and can be heard on 147.165 MHz and on 442.250 MHz with a PL of 107.2 Hz. Club simplex frequency is 147.51 MHz.



SDARC also has a UHF repeater, operating independently, on 444.575+ PL 107.2.  This is a local low level Stockton repeater with the call W6SF.  As the project progresses, three receiver/voters will be installed via T1 phone lines and the addition of IRLP linking to other repeaters. 
CLUB REPEATERS

Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains at 2500 feet, the club repeaters cover the Southern Sacramento and Northern San Joaquin Valleys. The call-sign is W6SF and can be heard on 147.165 MHz and on 442.250 MHz with a PL of 107.2 Hz. Club simplex frequency is 147.51 MHz.



SDARC also has a UHF repeater, operating independently, on 444.575+ PL 107.2.  This is a local low level Stockton repeater with the call W6SF.  As the project progresses, three receiver/voters will be installed via T1 phone lines and the addition of IRLP linking to other repeaters.  
CLUB REPEATERS

Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains at 2500 feet, the club repeaters cover the Southern Sacramento and Northern San Joaquin Valleys. The call-sign is W6SF and can be heard on 147.165 MHz and on 442.250 MHz with a PL of 107.2 Hz. Club simplex frequency is 147.51 MHz.


SDARC also has a UHF repeater, operating independently, on 444.575+ PL 107.2.  This is a local low level Stockton repeater with the call W6SF.  As the project progresses, three receiver/voters will be installed via T1 phone lines and the addition of IRLP linking to other repeaters.  



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