Santa Clara County Amateur Radio Association
was formed as a general interest amateur radio club in 1921
and became a non-profit corporation in 1947.
meeting is the second Monday
of each month at 7:30PM.
Visitors are always welcome to attend the club meeting.
Club address is:
San Jose CA 95103-0106
CLUB ELECTIONS! See SCCARA-GRAM
Additional e-mails to follow
NOTICE - NO Meetings until further notice,
due to covad-19 restrictions.
We will have a 2M net on every Monday
OUR GUEST SPEAKER FOR
2020 Meeting is : ?
PENDING CLEARANCE TO RESUME
Hope to see you at the meeting!
Gregg KF6FNA, President
The REGULAR SCCARA MEETING starts at 7:30 PM at Kaiser Santa Clara
(on Lawrence Expressway at Homestead Road.) in Building 700,
Room B-06 in the basement (across the hall from the cafeteria.)
CLUB STATION & OPERATING EVENTS: See Special Events tab
Field Day: see Contests tab
PREVIOUS SPEAKERS (link)
Hospital Site map is in the SCCARA-GRAM
SCCARA Newsletter links
The Regular meeting is at THE NEW KAISER HOSPITAL off
HOMESTEAD & LAWRENCE EXPY, SANTA CLARA CA.
Main Hospital Building Basement room often in B6 near cafeteria.
(Alterations will be announced.)
Parking lot B is closest, use the 'WEST' entry (right side) watch for signs to B6.
From Lawrence Expressway turn WEST on Homestead
then LEFT (South) into the parking lot.
Lot B is the middle lot.
When entering the Homestead driveway you are facing the main hospital.
SCCARA's Radio Room is Open Monthly.
club board meeting is held the third Monday of each month
at the San Jose Red Cross building, 2731 N 1st Street, San Jose, CA at 7:30PM
Want current information regarding the local volunteer license examiner
program in relationship with ARRL?
(header is link)
Elaborated Details of 2 prior presentations
From our February 14, 2011 Regular meeting The February SCCARA meeting featured Rich Harrington, (prior WA6GJF) Now KN6FW, speaking on T Hunting.
As his first call suggests Rich has been at this since 1962. Rich got part of his T-Hunting skills in the US Navy where it is a serious business.
Rich is now retired from Pacific Bell so he can devote his time to designing, building, and using DF equipment.
"How to radiate a big signal from a small lot."
The Link to talk given 9/8/08 is below.
Mr.Badger was a ham since 1939. He graduated from U C Berkeley in Electrical Engineering.
He has had many articles published in both the professional and amateur press.
Regretfully Mr Badger passed on 11/15/09 at 84 years.
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