John Kruk – N9UPC, National Sales Manager, Amateur Division – Yaesu USA The Yaesu WiRES-X: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask – Part 1 sessions have been scheduled for Tuesday November 27th, 2018. We will once again be offering two sessions with an Eastern Time Zone webinar Read More …
Anyone Remember the old shack?
Pictures from November 2003. Before we got the Fire station, CARS met at the Chesapeake Center for Science and Technology on Cedar Road. The club had a mobile trailer along the back of the school for operating radio, storing gear, etc. This trailer was damaged during Hurricane Isabel. Here are Read More …
Live Stream of the 146.820 Repeater
Thanks to Van, KM4KBS, we are able to stream our 146.820 repeater’s analog feed over the internet. Go to on air activities in the top menu bar and you will see the 146.820 live stream button. I do not know if this will stream digital communications or not.
70cm/33cm/23cm, 440Mhz/900Mhz/1.2Ghz Bands
This video explains the 70cm, 33cm, and 23cm bands. These are all bands that can be used by technician class operators. Special thanks to KJ4YZI for putting together these informative videos. I highly recommend you subscribe to his youTube channel as he has many informative videos.
ARRL 2017 Teachers Institutes on Wireless Technology Accepting Applications Until May 1
ARRL is accepting applications for summer 2017 Teachers Institute on Wireless Technology sessions until May 1. This summer’s sessions will be held in Dayton, Ohio — hosted by the Dayton Amateur Radio Association (DARA) — and at ARRL Headquarters in Newington, Connecticut. (DARA also helps to sustain the program as Read More …