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2018 Field Day Results

While Field Day “isn’t a contest”, for those that like to keep score, the December 2018 issue of QST has the 2018 Field Day results. The combined CARS/SPARC/UPARC event racked up a score as submitted with 1253 total contacts and a total score of 5180 in the 3A class (3 transmitters, club-portable). By way of … More

A Field Day for the Ages…

 

The weather could not have been better. A little hot perhaps during antenna setup on Saturday but the customary Field Day rain storms stayed away. Not that it would have mattered too much this year. Field Day, ham radio’s open house, this year was a joint effort between the Clearwater Amateur Radio Society, … More

If You Are Attending Field Day…

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FIRST AND MOST IMPORTANT, IF YOU REGISTERED YOURSELF BUT WERE PLANNING ON ATTENDING WITH YOUR SIGNIFICANT OTHER/GUEST, PLEASE ALSO REGISTER ANYONE ELSE IN YOUR PARTY. WE NEED AN ACCURATE … More

Field Day Signup

Thanks to all that attended the meeting last night.

For those that do not recall if they signed up, here is the list of people that have signed up already.

If you are NOT on this list, please go to this link and sign up.

The presentation from the meeting is accessible via this linkMore

Field Day!

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As Spring turns to Summer, a young ham’s fancy turns towards…Field Day! The annual ARRL Field Day emergency preparedness exercise/contest/social event is Saturday June 23rd and Sunday June 24th. As usual, SPARC is participating in this event but this year, we … More

Winter Field Day 2018 Report – Field Day Fun at 70 Degrees instead of 93.

One of the first Field Days I ever attended (back in 1982) was at the Fairgrounds in Largo (home of the Renaissance festivals). At that event, the Clearwater Amateur Radio Society (CARS), the Metro Repeater Association (Metro) and the St. Petersburg Amateur Radio Club (SPARC) came together in the spirit of inter-club cooperation to put … More

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