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The Sun Coast Amateur Radio Club Society organizes activities and events to help members socialize with each other and promote their use of radio communication.

The club maintains a VHF repeater on Vancouver Island and a UHF repeater on the Sunshine Coast.

See the Club Info page to find out more about our repeaters, net schedule, meetings, or how to become a member.

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10 GHz

10 GHz Lately, I've been thinking about exploring microwave ham radio. Here are a few resources I found. Please feel free to add more to this post! * 10 GHz from microwavers.org * Getting Started in Amateur Microwave Radio from Reactance Labs * 10 GHz Radio from Reactance Labs…
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VE7XNC Going Away and Christmas Dinner 2019

VE7XNC Going Away and Christmas Dinner 2019 On Friday December 6th, the club held a dinner at The Blackfish Pub in Gibsons. The intent of the dinner was to send Bob, VE7XNC, off to Scotland where he will be residing. He plans to make regular trips back to the Coast. We will miss Bob while he is away.…
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JS8Call Now Faster

JS8Call Now Faster Last week, JS8Call released their version 2.0. The big improvement is that there are now three transmission speeds: Mode Bandwidth Speed Frame Length Mininum SNR Normal 50 Hz 16 WPM 15 seconds -24 dB Fast 80 Hz 24 WPM 10 seconds…
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Congratulations to Patrick and Robert

Congratulations to Patrick and Robert Congratulation to Patrick VE7HZF and Robert VE7RBE for completing their advanced certifications. Look for them at 1000 watts on homemade radios soon.…
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MIRA Repeater Use

MIRA Repeater Use The good folks from the Mid Island Radio Association have “whole heartedly approved Sunshine Coast ARC use of MIRA repeater VE7RBB on Mt Benson at Nanaimo for [our] Thursday Net and for back-up emergency communications.” I'll give more details at our next meeting on the 30th, but for now, here are the frequencies:…
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CVARS 6m Repeater

CVARS 6m Repeater The CVARS just installed their 6m repeater on Mount Brenton: 52.870 MHz (FM) -1.7 MHz (51.170 MHz), T141.3 Hz. The antenna is a vertically polarized folded dipole, but I had a QSO on the repeater with my horizontal 204' G5RV and I could hear the it S9.…
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Congratulations to Stephen Smith (VA7SMI) on Publishing his Book

Congratulations to Stephen Smith (VA7SMI) on Publishing his Book SCARCS club member and Treasurer, Stephen Smith (VA7SMI), has recently published a book called: Raspberry Pi Assembly Language Programming: ARM Processor Coding Congratulations Stephen!…
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Cool Weather Website

Cool Weather Website I just came across this really cool weather website: <https://earth.nullschool.net/> Click the “EARTH” menu on the bottom left corner to change the layers.…
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What's New on the Website

What's New on the Website This is a running post that we can bump back up to the top whenever we make significant changes or add sections to the website. Member's Page * New Page for users to update their website password * New Updated the Echolink log How-To * New Basic Ham Course Material…
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RSPdx Coming Soon

RSPdx Coming Soon More info on the SDRplay website…
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