Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
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                            Our contact information is on the About page.                  Copyright ©2018 Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
                                                                                                                                                            an ARRL Affiliate Club
Join us on the 147.210 repeater



To ask a question or if you need help or to make a suggestion, click this link.

Click the link above if you would like us to program your HT at lunch or a meeting

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"Our mission is to further the exchange of information and cooperation between members, promote radio knowledge, fraternalism and operating efficiency. And, to have fun!"
This Week

 
DX Maps
SFL Weather
Information

 
 
     Broward County
       Emergency
    Preparedness net

   7PM Wednesday
          147.210
 
We can program your HT or mobile rig,
  click here to send me the brand and
  model and I will see if we have the cable
  and it is supported in Chirp (link).

  If you have the cable and a programming
  app then we are good to go and can
  program it at any of our events

We now have a club email account:
dcarcham@gmail.com
but, wb4ehg@rjoerger.com still gets checked more often
            As of 2019/01/09:
People on the roster : 144
Paid for 2018        : 23
Percent paid         : 16%
Percent ARRL members : %
Our thanks to Michael, N4RQY for
making us welcome on the repeater
Real time lightning strikes

HF Outing:  replaced by Winter
Field Day
on Jan 26 & 27

Winter FUN (Field) Day Jan 26 & 27 at Markham Park's
pavilion 5
The meeting summary for our January 2019 meeting summary is on line for your viewing pleasure
Pete's presentation on setting up a 2m station in your home is now on our Links page. Click here for a direct link to the presentation.

Q Code of the Week

Q codes were developed in the early years of ham radio when everyone used Morse Code. We still use them on all modes, including face to face.

All of the codes can be sent as a question and as a statement

QRT? asks should I go off the air?

QRT  says you are going off the air

QSL, QTH, QRZ
2019 dues are now due by March 5
   $15 for a single member
   $22.50 for a family

23 members have paid their 2019 dues

You can pay at the meeting in cash or by check

You can mail a check payable to DCARC using the address:

    DCARC
    PO Box 293156 
    Davie, Fl 33329
The doc includes a list of who is bringing what for WFD
Our V1.2 work plan & things we need list and Map to Pavilion 5 is here
List of abbreviations used for ARRL sections is here
HF Outing:  replaced by Winter
Fun Day on Jan 26 & 27
2m Net: Thur Jan 24 at 7:30PM
147.210MHz +600, 131.8Hz