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.
SCCARA Celebrated its CENTENNIAL IN 2021.
Club address is:
San Jose CA 95103-0106
IN PERSON MEETINGS RESUME!
The September 2023 Meeting Is 09/11/23
We are discussing: TBA &
OUR SPEAKER FOR
The September Meeting is:
The Regular meeting is at:The American Red Cross (corner N. 1st. St. and Plumeria,
N First St - enter from Plumeria
San Jose) has offered SCCARA the use of class room #3 for our General Meetings.
IMPORTANT DETAIL: masking required in the hallways
1) Members need to arrive before 7:00 PM because the doors are
secured at 7 PM. (there will be a phone # listed on a flier at the
front door if you get there late.)
2) You may wear a mask in class room #3.
3) To get to class room #3, enter the building at the front entrance
(facing Plumeria). Go straight ahead through the security doors
and follow the hall to the end. Turn right to find class room #3.
73, Gregg KF6FNA, [email protected]
Hope to see you at the meeting! Gregg KF6FNA, President
PREVIOUS SPEAKERS (link)
Site map is in the SCCARA-GRAM
SCCARA Newsletter links
The Regular meeting is at THE Red Cross 2731 N First St Corner of Pliumeria.
We have use of meeting room #3, on the Second Monday Monthly.
There is no December meeting there as
We are having our Holiday party instead.
Details in the SCCARA-GRAM
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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