Next Meeting

October 11, 2021

7:00 PM PST

How to Work Amateur Satellites with Your HT

by Clint Bradford (K6LCS)

You do not need 100W of transmit power nor expensive antenna arrays to work the FM amateur satellites! Many hams already have the necessary equipment to “work the birds.” This presentation will walk you through ALL the steps needed to successfully work several ham satellites.

Join us in October when Clint walks us through operating through amateur radio satellites.

How to Attend

PARC uses Zoom for our monthly, virtual meetings.  Each month we have great presentations by fellow ham radio enthusiasts from around the world.  

The Zoom meeting begins at 7:00pm, with the main presentation beginning around 7:30pm.

TO REGISTER FOR THE ZOOM MEETING, click on the registration link:
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After registering, you will receive a Zoom meeting link.

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Everyone is welcome to attend.

Attendees must pre-register using the button below.

Get your license

Obtaining your ham radio license is easier than getting your drivers license.

Join the club

Starting at $18/year, a Portland Amateur Radio Club membership is one of the best deals in amateur radio.

Events

Find out about our upcoming events.

History of PARC

Portland Amateur Radio Club (PARC) has been serving the amateur radio community and the City of Portland, Oregon, since 1941.

The club call is W7LT.

Weekly Net

Join our weekly net, every Tuesday night at 7:00 pm on 146.84 MHz.

PARC groups.io

PARC uses groups.io for exchanging information and ideas between members.  To join the PARC RagChew group, go to the page below and click on the blue +Join This Group button on the left.

https://w7lt.groups.io/g/PARC-RagChew

YouTube Channel

Many of our monthly meetings and Beginner Ham Radio meetings are available on the PARC YouTube Channel.  Check them out here.