June 6th at 7:30pm

Reminder: Clubhouse will be open early for those wishing to use the club's HF stations!!

Come check out the new digital HF station. Shawn (WØFW) will be answering any questions you may have about digital modes.

Need a radio? HSARC has a few for sale

Recent donations have provided HSARC with several radios. One was turned into the club's HF digital station and another will be used with a UHF repeater to provide emergency HF communications as part of an ongoing relationship with FEMA and Fall River County Emergency Managment.

There are a few excess radios that are now available to current club members, and they are as follows:

Another generous donation to HSARC

The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club has received another generous donation. Mr. David Bartsch of Rapid City donated a crank-up tower and a couple antennas on the condition that the club remove them from his property. His donation was valued at $2500.

After some careful planning and Mother Nature's cooperation, the equipment was successfully retrieved.

ARRL’s Free Exam Review for Ham Radio Updated

ARRL Exam Review for Ham Radio™ has been updated in advance of the release of the ninth edition of The ARRL General Class License Manual for Ham Radio. ARRL Exam Review is a free online resource for use with current editions of ARRL License Manuals. The service can be accessed via a web browser, and uses the official examination question pools to construct chapter-by-chapter reviews. Upon completing study, Exam Review helps the license candidate take practice exams with the same number and variety of questions that he or she will encounter on exam day.

HSARC now has an HF station dedicated to digital mode operations

The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club now has a new Yaesu FT-450D radio that will be used as a dedicated HF station for club members to enjoy operations on digital modes.

This station was made possible by a VERY generous donation from Mr. Robert Phares (KAØROB) of Hot Springs.
Mr. Phares also donated some other items to HSARC, which include a Yaesu FT-2800M 2 meter mobile radio, a Vertex VX150 handheld radio and an Astron RS-20M power supply.

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