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Founded in 1946 at the end of WWII, our club has been true to one simple
help others and have fun doing it.
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San Fernando Valley ARC
P.O. Box 280244
Northridge, CA 91328-0244
SFVARC Membership Application & Renewal Form
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2018 Field Day
The pictures are here!
June 23/24, 2018
Gurbux, Video 1
Gurbux, Video 2
Dates and Time:
December 2, 2018
Our next guest speaker, on August 17th, is
David Bartholomew, AD7DB, is more or less your average ham. Licensed
in 1977 as WB6WKB, he wasn't active in radio until 1986 when he got
interested in packet radio and FM. He started getting interested in HF
in 2001, and has operated on a number of modes and bands. He has
operated portable and/or mobile in 23 states, mostly on 40 meters.
More recently, he's been into ham satellites, and helped W6SD at this
year's Field Day to get the satellite bonus.
His motto is, "Have fun, go places, do things," which had led to many
fun and some unusual adventures in radio.
7:30pm at the
West Valley station
19020 Vanowen St.
Reseda, CA 91335
Parking is behind or beside the Library that is next to the station.
As a reminder, we are not to use the police parking lot.
text that follows
is of importance to the ham community. You may recall that prior to
my, Mark Weiss, K6FG, presentation at last Friday抯 Club meeting, I
voiced my strong opposition to the
ARRL Code of Conduct. I also informed the members in attendance
outrageous censure of our friend, Dick Norton, by the ARRL Board.
You might also recall the immediate and strong consensus that was
voiced by the members present.
I believe it would be of service to all who read the newsletter and
the website to
become aware of the current mischief taking place in Newington.
Thank you & 73,
Mark Weiss, K6FG
April- Baker to Vegas &
Visalia DX Convention
new to DX, The
New DXer抯 Handbook, written by Bryce Anderson, K7UA, is a must
read. It is about 40 pages in length and answers all the questions.
Best of all, it is a free download.
Thank you Mark, K6FG
Want to order a club
The SFVARC badge comes standard
with a safety pin fastener and may
also be ordered with other fasteners. They have optional fasteners.
Contact Don or Ginger
General Meeting third Friday of every month at 7:30pm.
Third Friday of the month, 7:30 p.m. at LAPD West Valley station
19020 Vanowen St,
Reseda, CA 91335
community room. Park behind the library.
Breakfast at Denny's
every Thursday @ 7:30am
Several members of the club gather for breakfast on:
Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. at Denny's.
16575 Sherman Way
Van Nuys, CA 91406-3732
Everyone is welcome to attend.
The San Fernando Valley Amateur Radio
Club offers, to a licensed ham, a simplex
net on 2 meters. The net is held every Tuesday
evening at 20:00 local time on 145.570 MHz. All amateurs are welcome to
We hold 2m Repeater Net every Thursday Evening (with
some exceptions) at 20:00 local time on the Magic Mountain Machine at
147.735 MHz, with a transmit offset down (-) 600 KHz and a PL tone of 100
Hz. If Magic is down or unavailable, we will meet on the Duck Mountain
Machine at 147.240 MHz, with a plus (+) transmit offset and no PL tone. All
amateurs are welcome to check in.
A High Frequency Net on Wednesday
Evenings at 20:00 local time. This net takes place at 28.310 MHz +/- QRM.
This is in the Upper Side Band Mode. All amateurs are welcome to check
The San Fernando Valley
Amateur Radio Club would like to extend a special thanks to the owner of
the Magic Mountain Repeater, Dennis, KB6C, for allowing us to use his
repeater each and every week for our nets.
year we participate in the ARRL Field Day. This year it is June
27-28, 2015 (Always The Fourth Full
Weekend In June.)