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Pocatello Amateur Radio Club
Established 1957

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 "Station Index"  member roster below
 
Mike Vaughn
Dave Turnmire
Barbara Housley
John Wilson
Neil Murdock
Dick Thomas
Jim Hicks
WB7DNU
N7TZK
KG7IZF
KIP
W7NJM
WA7VKE
KO7P

President
Secretary/Treasurer

Recording Secretary
VP / Webmaster
Board Member
Board Member
Board Member

PARC , PO Box 2722,  Pocatello, Idaho 83206

Our meetings:  the 2nd Thursday of the month
 ISU campus, Trade & Technology Building, unless otherwise stated in the "news section"
Finding PARC meeting location

Monthly Breakfast:
9AM, 3rd Saturday of Month
 

 

What is Ham Radio,  it's "way" better than CB  or stamp collecting,  HR can be a  Hi Tech Hobby.
How to become a Ham, where to get help
Where to take a TEST in SE Idaho
Other Ham Clubs in our area
  Tough Talk - for New Ham , The Hard Facts
PARC - community service

ARRL membership/renewal Link
Want to join our Club? Membership form

 
Click for test times and details

Next test: Sept 8  - 1pm
Click for Club Contact INFO

PARC CLUB ROSTER
 

Radios FOR SALE  by owner
 

Internet LINKS


PARC Picture Gallery

 
Time in UTC:
2 Meter Repeaters in Pocatello 
 

New Hams MUST WATCH VIDEO
 
PARC - History & Bylaws


In the area just below, you will find the late news
and information  from PARC, it is updated often..

 

 

OLD
But Not So Cold
PARC NEWS 

NEXT Club Breakfast
Uncle Jim's 
21 July  9 am

FIELD DAY  2018
here's a quick rundown,  
Not the biggest turnout in history,  HOWEVER
a very interested group of Hams showed up, 
most operated a radio and had some fun. 
Some experimented with a very large 80 meter antenna ?? 
the Dinner was simple but Delightful      !

We thank all our members that helped, 
we're glad so many new people showed up to see  HF Radio in action. 

Field Day Pictures at this link 
https://photos.app.goo.gl/MUJ2hXhXeo8Jyuej7
 

Hot deals  
from three ex PARC members estates
see the "Yellow"  FOR SALE BY OWNER BUTTON ,above ,,
here's a few of the things that are listed

EXPLORER 14, BEAM,10/15/20M, with 30/40M
Ham3rotor
roof tower
gold plated presentation Key Speed-x
MFJ Multi Reader  CW   RTTY   Ascii
Bencher Iambic key
Yaesu FT840  HF RADIO
Kenwood TS-440S  HF RADIO
Grundig  S350 Portable SW receiver
Astron RS-35   13.8V 35 amp  supply for your shack
Radio Shack PRO-26 Scanner (sold)
Theres LOTS MORE LISTED  
           on the "For Sale by Owner" button

Link to Blast From The Past database
 

 

 

ARC-5 receiver (left),  WW2,  used in most fighter aircraft like the corsair's, P51's  and almost every aircraft in the inventory.  These and the matching transmitters, did the job,  there had to be millions made,  because every HAM  in the 1950's had at least one, or two,  or maybe a dozen ??

The one in the picture was made for DFing on the AM broadcast band,
most of these receivers only had one antenna jack.. ( L was for loop,  A for antenna)   
 

heres one of the matching transmitters,  

                                                      
   
  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 & more
 *DX Sherlock Maps - current band conditions 106 & 2  meter  
          *DX Summit - http://new.dxsummit.fi/#/  SPOTS
          *DX Watch -  http://www.dxwatch.com/  SPOTS
          *APRS NETWORK DATA Two meter propagation map
          *Check
YOUR Propagation use the Reverse Beacon Network                  
              this link shows W1AW, to change to your call , just above the list
              see "search spots by callsign" , then to see the map display,,
              on the right top side of the page , click "options" show/hide go down
              just a bit and click show map. Why does this need to be so complex
 
   
  These ARRL newsletters are update regularly,
click the link, pick the latest edition at the top of the list 
 
 
  ARRL NEWS  General Ham News.  http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter  
  ARRL Contest Newsletter       http://www.arrl.org/contest-update-issues  
  ARRL   ARES  E-Letter     http://www.arrl.org/ares-el
if your main interest is emergency communications
you should check into
  PV-ARES web.
 
  ARRL "The Doctors in"      https://www.blubrry.com/arrl_the_doctor_is_in/       The Dr's in Audio podcasts, worth checking out,  a new topic is covered
every 2 weeks,  this link takes you to the topic index 
 
   
  Want to find out what's coming in the next few weeks, check here
Link
 


                            




PARC LOGO GEAR ,
like Hats, T-shirts, Jackets, etc, available from

Old Town Embroidery, call 234-2679
 


Anderson Power Poles are available from our club treasure

Here's a video link about the Power Pole connectors   LINK
you do not need a crimper,  several club members will loan theirs
to you or crimp the cables for you at a club meeting
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 & $2.25 for the 45amp units. contact the treasure at the meetings.

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This map installed 1 Jan 2013

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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 surprising  facts about        
FIRE


make sure you have operating smoke detectors
preferably at least one on each floor of your home .
More is Better !!

THESE DEVICES SAVE LIVES !

Our WEB is
Hosted FREE of charge !!
 by our friends at

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

This test Pattern has circles, not ovals, if you see ovals, chances are your windows settings are incorrect for your monitor .

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

Pocatello Amateur Radio Club, Pocatello Idaho USA
if you have ideas, corrections, anything to make this web
or our club
better ,  email me- jcwilson (at) ida.net
link to KIP's personal "Ham History" web