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Pocatello Amateur Radio Club
Since 1957,  Amateur Radio in Pocatello

Visitors and prospective new Hams are  ALWAYS WELCOME at PARC functions. !

 

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Pocatello Amateur Radio Club, ham radio, Idaho Ham Radio Repeaters, Idaho amateur radio exams, ham radio exams, Idaho Amateur Radio, ham radio Idaho, ARRL ,
If you need information about our club or
Ham Radio contact any Board Member !

see the BLUE Membership Roster button below
 
Mike Vaughn
Kenyon Hart
Dave Turnmire
John Sanderson
Don Marler
John Wilson
Jim Hicks
WB7DNU
KG7IDY
N7TZK
W7CHE
K7ETE
KIP
KO7P
President
Vice President
Secretary/Treasurer

Recording Secretary
board member
board member
board member

John Wilson KIP - Webmaster

Our meetings:  the 2nd Thursday of the month
 7pm sharp, local time, at the
ISU Continuing  Education  Building,
located across the parking lot from City Hall..  

Monthly Breakfast: 9AM, 3rd Saturday of Month

PARC 2 meter FM net,  Sunday evening 147.36  8:00PM

Hey you !

you new guys!
&
Prospective
new hams
 

What is Ham Radio
How to become a Ham
New Hams Help - Elmer
New Hams - How to fit in
Where to take a TEST
Why join a club ?
Clubs close to Pocatello
PARC - community service
Want to join our Club? 

 PARC , PO Box 2722,  Pocatello, Idaho 83206

The Paul Smith Planning Button
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Amateur Radio's ForSale
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Internet LINKS
PARC - Membership Roster

PARC - History & Bylaws

PARC Picture Gallery


 


 

 


In the area just below, you will find the latest news
and information  from PARC. Also check
the Planning button above .
 

 

 

 
LINK
Old but not

Cold NEWS


 

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ARRL The "Doctor is In" Podcast Guide Now Available.. and you can here it on your PC too.. in case you don't have a POD..   Interesting listening !!
Educational too !

https://www.blubrry.com/arrl_the_doctor_is_in/




Thanks to those the helped a fellow PARC member (AA7UN) get his new tower and Beam's in the air.      Hams helping Hams.
KZIP,
W7EKG, 
K7ETE,
WB7DNU,
W7CHE
KIP
If I forgot someone I apologize

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PARC Mission Statement:
Our goal for 2016 is simple:
to help each club member, individually, with their specific needs
. We also want to get every member acquainted with some of the exciting possibilities of todays Ham Radio , with a focus on "Elmers" to help you .


New Hams, please, you are welcome at out meetings, if you need help,  come to the meetings and let your needs be known. 

This year our programs are aimed at the newer hams, to expose you to the wild and crazy parts of your hobby.

By attending the meetings you will meet a lot of Old Time Hams most of whom are TOTALLY  full of BS.  However BS
or not they want to impart all the enjoyment Ham Radio
has given them.  

What do we need from you   ?
1. attend our meetings, often  
     (They are informative)   
2. attend our other functions 
     (rub shoulders at breakfast, parties, special events)
3. tell us what  questions you have about ham radio,
    and what we can do to "individually" help you. (See note 1.).


Note 1:
Hams are a lot of things but we are not mind readers,
if you dont tell us whats on your mind WE have to guess,
and guessing doesnt always hit the target let alone the bulls eye  !

 


Pocatello area repeaters!!
All repeaters in Pocatello are open for general use. There are three mountain top
repeaters that over look Pocatello.  2 are PARC radios, one is LDS.  Again all are open.

PARC  147.36mHz Kinport N7PI/r  100hz PL  - repeater & 10 Meter remote
                                                                      codes  010=29.6FM link on --   000=link off.   
PARC  147.06mHz Scout N7PI/r  100hz.PL - 100% Solar Powered          
PARC  APRS -- 144.39mHz  - Digital 
PARC repeater maintenance is paid for with membership dues.

LDS  146.82mHz    100Hz PL

 
how much memory is TOOO much memory ??


 
Idaho Repeater's   

 

 

 

                           Callsign look ups: Need to find out where someone lives, sending a QSL card
                             *QRZ.COM
       
                                       *
HAMQTH

                             * * * *The University of Arkansas ham lookup


                                        DX SPOTS - DX SPOTS - DX SPOTS - DX SPOTS - DX SPOTS - DX SPOTS - DX SPOTS -                               DX Sherlock Maps - current band conditions 106 & 2  meter  
                              DX Summit - http://new.dxsummit.fi/#/
                              DX Watch -  http://www.dxwatch.com/

                              APRS NETWORK DATA Two meter propagation map

                              *Contest Calendar & Idaho Contest results link 

PARC LOGO GEAR , like Hats, T-shirts, Jackets, etc, available from 
Old Town Embroidery, call 234-2679
 

The Club has purchased a quantity of these Anderson Power Pole's. They are available at the meeting for $1.25  a set for the 15, 30 amp varieties & $1.50 for the 45amp units. contact the treasure at the meetings.


 

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This map installed 1 Jan 2013

Visits to our web over the last 24 hours



This is no substitute for turning your radio ON

   The PARC home page is always under construction, its up-to-date, so     check back often for  News and HAM activities effecting our members      and the hams in Southeast Idaho .    The webmaster makes no promises as to spelling and grammar  !! 


 

 

Safety is No Accident
Think before you act !
Be Careful, we want you alive !
Here's some facts about
FIRE

That may surprise you



make sure you have operating smoke detectors
preferably one on each floor of your home .

THESE DEVICES SAVE LIVES !

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If you're considering a internet provider,
you might want to check them out !! 
For info click their logo.

The PARC web is best viewed at 1024x768
These are circles, not ovals, if you see ovals, chances are your windows settings are wrong.

PLUS: if you have a gas furnace , hot water heater,
fireplace insert, anything that uses combustion
you need a CO detector

This web is maintained by John Wilson KIP for the Pocatello Amateur Radio Club, Pocatello Idaho USA
if you have ideas, corrections, anything to make this web better or our club,  email me- jcwilson (at) ida.net

link to KIP's personal "Ham History" web

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