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A special thanks to Paul (N0NBH) for giving permission to post these solar indices on the HARC website.
For more information on how to interpret the above data, visit www.N0HR.com, or download the following ARRL document on Understanding Solar Indices
Upcoming Events 2>
HARC Holiday Party will be held this year at Boston Pizza in Bayers Lake, on Wednesday, Dec 21st, starting at 6:30pm.
We need to know ahead of time if people are coming or not, so if you would please email email@example.com with the subject "HARC Christmas Party" and let her know how many places you are going to reserve.
To view the LATEST List of Club Events/Activities
* Basic Amateur Radio Course
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To view the LATEST ACTIVITY on the HARC Event Photogallery --- follow this link ->>
IMPORTANT NOTICE: the IRLP node #2050 on the VE1HNS repeater (146.940) has been temporarily taken off-line for upgrading. A notice will appear here when it is back up and running.
HARC Establishes a "Wireless Room" exhibit at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic .......for more information on this announcement ----follow this link.....
How Hams like HARC's Brit Fader (VE1FQ) made communication possible with the Joint Arctic Weather Stations in the early days of amateur radio .......for more information on this announcement ----follow this link.....
You can now pay your HARC membership dues by electronic money transfer - for detailed information on the process, go to "Membership" under "The Club" pulldown tab at the top of the home page. Dues for 2017 are now being accepted.
Trent Mitchell - VE9EN - awarded the 2016 Brit FaderScholarship.......for more information on this announcement ----follow this link.....
Coral Wickstrom (VA1CAW) named HARC Rookie-of-the-Year 2015.......for more information ----follow this link.....
RAC Revised 0 – 30 MHz Band Plan - The revised RAC 0-30 MHz Band Plan has been released with the effective date of December 1, 2015. This replaces the January 1, 2015 Band Plan version. It incorporates several updates to reflect feedback received on the earlier version. The Band Plan graphics have also been changed to improve readability and make it easier to determine which segments are recommended for which modes.
The RAC 0-30 MHz Band Plan is available on the RAC web site; down-load a copy or print one off for use in the "shack": wp.rac.ca/rac-0-30-mhz-band-plan.
A “tip of the hat” to VO1NO – Al Penny of Nova Scotia who chaired the RAC Band Planning Committee.
HARC members and former submariners donate two pair of dolphin to submarine museums.......for more information ----follow this link.....
HARC Repeater Use Policy
The HARC Repeater Use Policy is now being implemented. Click here for more info.
Technical News / Educational Tutorials2>
Dealing with Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) for Dummies
by Gary Bartlett - VE1RGB
DX4Win Intro Tutorial
by Howard Dickson - VE1DHD
DX4Win Advanced Tutorial
by Howard Dickson - VE1DHD
HamCAP Contesting Tutorial
by Tim Lilley - N3TL (with his permission)
This Page Last Updated: 28 November 2016
Site Last Updated: 28 November 2016