There are no meetings scheduled at this time.
For a complete list of events, including club meetings,
please visit our calendar.
Be sure to make plans to attend the Texoma Hamrama, October 27-28 in Ardmore and Enid Hamfest, November 4 in Enid.
Aaron, K5ATG to operate at the USS Batfish November 4
From Aaron, K5ATG: On November 4, I have been invited to go to the USS Batfish WWII Submarine in Muskogee and operate amateur radio in the radio room. I would like to work the members of MDARC and ACARC before everyone else. I also got invited to join them for the Pearl Harbor Special Event on December 9-10. Please watch the ACARC Facebook page and your email for updates.
Hams can register to operate on 630m and 2200m bands
The FCC announced September 15, 2017 that it would be opening the new 630m and 2200m bands to US operators. These frequencies are to be used on a secondary basis. Before operating, stations much register with the UTC (Utility Technology Council). UTC will verify that there are no PLC (Power Line Carrier) systems running on the same frequencies within 1km. If no response from UTC is received within 30 days of submission, said operator will be clear to operate on these frequencies. You can register online.
More information on the 630m band and 2200m band (136kHz) can be found on Wikipedia.
Oklahoma amateur radio operator gets VUCC from Greenland
Check out the article where Gabe Ziefman, NJ7H, got VUCC from Greenland!
Oklahoma Radio Amateur is First to score Satellite VUCC from Greenland
We are offering licensing classes online ONLY this year.
If you need to study for a Technician, General or Amateur Extra exam, please
go to http://new.livestream.com/fbctuttle/amateurhamradio
iPhone users use http://new.livestream.com/fbctuttle.
There is an app called LiveStream that you can download for free as well.
TECHNICIAN Class (Element 2) Pool is effective July 1, 2014 and is
valid until June 30, 2018.
GENERAL Class (Element 3) Pool is effective July 1, 2015 and is
valid until June 30, 2019.
AMATEUR EXTRA Class (Element 4) Pool is effective July 1, 2016 and is
valid until June 30, 2020.
No question pools are scheduled to be updated or released in 2017.
The Technician pool is scheduled for a revision in 2018.
The question pools review is part of a regular process.
Each question pool is reviewed and updated on a four year rotation.
Once you get your license, here are some suggestions on how to get started.
DMR Users List
Anyone interested in being included on our DMR Users mailing
list, please email Bobby