Roane County Amateur Radio Club

Roane County Amateur Radio Club

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Hello! Welcome to our website. We are the Roane County Amateur Radio Club, located in beautiful Roane County, Tennessee, which is about 30 miles west of Knoxville, Tennessee.



Field Day 2014 Results

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Our log has been submitted to the ARRL and here is a breakdown of how we did.

Total Contacts by Band and Mode:

Band       CW   Phone     Dig   Total     %
----       --   -----     ---   -----     ---
80         4    19        0     23        8
40         37   102       7     146       49
20         10   94        18    122       41
15         0    9         0     9         3
----       --   -----     ---   -----
Total      51   224       25    300
Total Contacts by Section:

Section     Total   %

-------     -----   ---
VA             19     6
OH             16     5
NC             12     4
MI             10     3
IL              9     3
CO              8     3
GA              8     3
NFL             8     3
LAX             7     2
MDC             7     2
SFL             7     2
STX             7     2
TN              7     2
MO              6     2
MS              6     2
NM              6     2
NTX             6     2
WCF             6     2
WNY             6     2
AR              5     2
AZ              5     2
DX              5     2
EMA             5     2
IN              5     2
KY              5     2
NH              5     2
SB              5     2
WPA             5     2
AL              4     1
EPA             4     1
LA              4     1
ME              4     1
NNJ             4     1
OK              4     1
OR              4     1
ORG             4     1
SCV             4     1
WV              4     1
CT              3     1
GTA             3     1
KS              3     1
ONS             3     1
PAC             3     1
PR              3     1
SNJ             3     1
WTX             3     1
MN              2     1
NLI             2     1
ONE             2     1
SC              2     1
SDG             2     1
SJV             2     1
UT              2     1
WI              2     1
WMA             2     1
WWA             2     1
AB              1     0
DE              1     0
EB              1     0
ENY             1     0
IA              1     0
MAR             1     0
SF              1     0
SV              1     0
VI              1     0
VT              1     0

Total Sections = 66

Log Submission Information

Datestamp: 2014-06-29 17:14:50 PDT

Call Used:KE4RX GOTA Station Call:(none) ARRL/RAC Section:TN Class:4A
Participants:25 Club/Group Name: Roane County Amateur Radio Club

Power Source(s): Generator

Power Multiplier: 2X

Bonus Points:
Description Points
100% Emergency power 400
Media Publicity 100
Set-up in Public Place 100
Site Visit by invited elected official 100
Site Visit by invited served agency official 100
Submitted via the Web 50
Total Bonus Points 850
CW Digital Phone Total
Total QSOs 51 25 224
Total Points 102 50 224 376 Claimed Score = 752
Total Claimed Score: 1,602

Written by C. Anderson, KI4FUV

June 29th, 2014 at 7:30 pm

Posted in Field Day

FIELD DAY 2014

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Field Day 2014 is just around the corner on June 28th and 29th! The Roane County Amateur Radio Club will be set up at Fort South West Point park located in Kingston. All are welcome to come out and visit with us, learn about the amateur radio service or get on the air (even if you don’t have you’re license)!

Set up will begin around 10:00 am on Saturday the 28th, with operating starting around 2:00pm. We’ll run from then, all through the night and into Sunday morning.

The address for the park is 1226 South Kentucky St., Kingston, TN 37763 and talk-in will be on the 147.015 MHz repeater (+, 110.9pl).

Note to members: If you can provide a laptop with a wireless networking card (preferred) or ethernet port, please bring it along! We will once again have a wireless (and wired if needed) network set up at the site for logging purposes. KI4FUV and KD4GT have a few spares but we seem to come up short some years. Anything from Windows 2000 or newer will work fine!

Written by C. Anderson, KI4FUV

June 10th, 2014 at 1:00 pm

Posted in Field Day

RCARC May Meeting and Newsletter

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Click Here to Read the RCARC Beacon Newsletter for May 2014

Today at 2:11 PM

The Roane County Amateur Radio Club will hold it’s May
meeting on Thursday May 8th at 7:00 pm in the Roane
County Rescue Squad building. Enter from the rear of the
building off Old Hwy 70 behind the United Way office. Camp
Buck Toms will be on the agenda and Field Day Planning will
begin I am sure. Try to make it to the meeting if you can.
Talk In will be on the 147.015 repeater. I hope to see you all
there!!
73, Jim White K4APY
Www.ke4rx.org
On Facebook: The Roane County Amateur Radio Club

Written by k4apy

May 7th, 2014 at 1:46 pm

Posted in General

RCARC March Meeting and Newsletter

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Click Here to read the March 2014 RCARC Beacon Newsletter Online!

Don’t Forget!!
The next meeting of The Roane County Amateur Radio Club is on Thursday March 13, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the Roane County Rescue Squad building 2735 Roane State Highway , Harriman, TN. in Midtown. Be there if you can and bring a friend!! Talk In on 147.015+ (pl 110.9)

Also at our April Meeting RCARC will sponsor The National Weather Service of Morristown TN.for SKYWARN Storm Spotter Training. The entire evening will be devoted to SKYWARN so plan to stay until about 9:30 to complete the training.

Finally RCARC now has a Facebook Group. Login to facebook to check out and join our group.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/561189603975774/

Written by k4apy

March 8th, 2014 at 10:40 pm

Posted in General

RCARC Club Logo Patches Now Available

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Hello Everyone
The RCARC Club Logo Embroidered patches approved by the club for purchase in January are in. These are nice high quality iron on or sew on patches to put on your favorite hat or shirt / jacket. I believe they are $4 each or 3 / $10 which is the best deal. Phil KE4LSH found a great supplier that saved us some on the cost. These were expected to be more. They will be available at club meetings and other functions, or contact Phil KE4LSH for more information. He is listed to the right under “Contact”

Jim
K4APY

Written by k4apy

February 25th, 2014 at 10:44 am

Posted in General