Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club
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NEW MEETING LOCATION - APRIL 12TH MEETING
AMBLERS CLUB
2000 AMBLERS LANE
MEET N GREET 7:00 PM
MEETING STARTS AT 7:30 PM
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2000 Amblers Lane
Stockton California 95204
USA

APRIL CLUB MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT

The April 2018 meeting will be held at OUR NEW LOCATION - The Amblers Club, 2000 Amblers Lane off Country Club Blvd just 3/10THs of a mile west of Interstate 5 in North Stockton.  The meeting will start at 7:30 PM.  There will be a meet-and-greet at the club bar starting at 7:00 PM.  Wine and Beer will be available for purchase. 

 

After a short business meeting agenda, there will be a Q&A session on effective antennas. We will also be planning for the March of Dimes Walk for Babies on April 21st. 

 

The meeting will conclude with a 50/50 raffle.

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MARCH CLUB MEETING REPORT

The March 2018 meeting was held at the Bear Creek Community Church.  The meeting started at 7:30 PM with President John NZ6Q asking for members and guests to introduce themselves by name and callsign. 

Treasurer Report: Paul KC6RRR reported on the continued influx of membership dues.  The roster is at 58 paid and family members.  John NZ6Q asked who had given him dues at the February meeting.  Duztynn KM6HDY identified himself.  One other unknown member has paid. 

Event Committee:  Ed N6XMA and Mark W6SXA reported that the Pedaling Paths Bike Ride roster was a huge success with over $25,000 raised for the Community Center for the Blind in Stockton

Upcoming Events:  The Lodi Amateur Radio Club will be hosting a mobile radio Cruise In and swap meet on April 28th at the McDonalds on Lower Sacramento Rd and Kettleman Lane.  
Ed N6XMA solicited help for the April 21st Match of Dimes Walk-a-Thon starting at Caldwell Park on Pacific Ave at Alpine.  We are planning on being there at 7 AM for set-up.  Ed N6XMA reported that the organizers of the 4th of July parade in Stockton had a meeting but there was nothing new to report. 


Field Day:  Dave N6LHL gave a short report on Field Day at the Beach Club in Lincoln Village West.  There would $2.00 per person per day use fee but that the manager was not opposed to letting us use the facility and store equipment overnight in their facility.

Vince KM6IRY presented a fun and interesting program on DMR and Digital Radio.  Lots of Questions were asked on the technology and how to get involved.  Vince agreed to repeat this presentation at Elmer University on March 17th.  Everyone walked away with a lot of new information and ideas.

John NZ6Q reminded the club of Elmer University on Saturday March 17 at Fire Station #2

The meeting concluded at 8:45PM.  

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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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