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P.O. Box 1024
Bishop, CA 93515
of every month
Feb 2, 2013
May 4, 2013
Aug 3, 2013
Nov 2, 2013
License exams begin at 12:00 Noon at the Bishop Salvation Army.
For license exams on other dates please contact B.A.R.C.
The Bishop Amateur Radio Club
BARC W4M Special Event...
QSL for W4M("We're 4 Mules")
Bishop Mule Days Special Event Station
SASE to P.O. Box 1024 Bishop CA, 93515.
The Bishop Amateur Radio Club welcome's you to the world of Ham Radio. We are located in the Owens Valley between the Eastern Sierra and White Mountains. Our repeater (146.940- with a 103.5 pl) is located in the White Mountains at an elevation of over 10,000 feet.
Ham radio is one of the most exciting, friendly, useful, educational and high-tech hobbies around. Hams include a diverse group of people around the world -- engineers, scientists, doctors, astronauts, students, teachers, boaters, pilots, retirees and famous celebrities. You never know who you're going to talk to "on-the-air" next.
Ham Radio is a federally licensed and administrated radio service. You will study for and take exams to acquire your operating license. After successfully passing your exams you will be assigned a call sign. Anyone, regardless of age, gender or physical ability can get a license. Once licensed, Ham Radio Operators use their radio stations (including two-way radios, computers, antennas, satellites and other equipment) to make contacts around the world from their homes, cars, boats and planes. The following are some of the things you can do with Ham Radio:
Make Contacts Around the World
Use Small HT's for Local Communications
Make Free & Unlimited Wireless Phone Calls
Use Your Computer for Wireless Connectivity
Design, Construct, Modify, Radios & Antennas
Provide Communications for Public Events
Contact the Space Shuttle Astronauts
Make Contacts Via Satellites
Bounce Signals Off The Moon for Contacts
Provide Emergency Communications
BARC Members Bi-Monthly Contest... This contest will put some fun into our emergency preparedness as well as encourage members to improve their stations capability to run on emergency power. It also recognizes "the outstanding hams in our club". Click "here" for more information and the rules. Click "here" for a copy of the Contest Log
Monthly Meetings... B.A.R.C. meetings are held monthly on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. Our meetings are held at the Bishop Salvation Army located at 621 W. Line St., Bishop, California. You do not have to be a member to attend. Guests and visitors are welcome and invited to attend our meetings.
Nightly Net... The Bishop Amateur Radio Club's Net meets nightly on 146.940- with a PL of 103.5 and net starts at 8:00 pm. This is an open net and Visitors to the area are invited and encouraged to participate. Club membership is not required to participate, but you must be a licensed amateur radio operator.
Weekly HF Net... Sunday mornings at 08:00 AM on 3.985MHz with a rag chew beginning at 7:30. This is a relaxed and friendly affair open to all. This net began as a civil defense net way back in 1950.
EmComm Simplex Net... The Bishop Amateur Radio Club's simplex net is a short net on the second Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. (19:30) on 146.940 simplex and will precede the 8PM nightly net. The purpose of the net is to learn and practice EmComm skills in the event of an extended power outage resulting in the repeaters running out of battery power. Check-in on emergency power if you can, i.e. a handheld, mobile or fixed radio connected to battery or generator power. Learn the capabilities of your station by finding out who you can and cant work simplex and relay if necessary.
Membership... Membership in the Bishop Amateur Radio Club is open to all interested persons who want to help promote Amateur Radio. Membership dues for 2013 are $20.00 dollars per year for an individual and $5.00 for a second family member. Membership dues are due annually in January. You do not have to be a licensed amateur to be a member of B.A.R.C. If you would like to join our club or renew your membership, please send your check to B.A.R.C, P.O. Box 1024, Bishop, Ca 93515-1024 or see us at our next meeting. For your convenience you can Click Here for a printable B.A.R.C. Membership Form. This form can also be used to update your B.A.R.C. membership information.
B.A.R.C. Roster... If you are a B.A.R.C. member and you want a copy of the B.A.R.C. Roster, please send an e-mail by clicking "here" and we will forward a copy to you. Please note that you must be a current B.A.R.C member to receive the B.A.R.C. Roster.
The DIY Magic of Amateur Radio in HD, 8 minute Youtube Video... Very interesting video submitted by John Shepherd, AD6NR. Click here to view the video.
Treasurer Report... As of June 11, 2013
Beginning Balance: $1,111.27
Fitzsimmons W4M refund: $27.26
Ending Balance: $1,152.85
Duplexer Capital Fund:
Beginning Balance: $1,611.28
50/50 Income: $20.00
Duplexer Capital Fund Balance: $1,631.28
Beginning Balance: $1,011.38
Interest Income: $0.00
Ending Balance: $1,011.38
B.A.R.C. 2013 Club Officers
B.A.R.C. Board of Directors
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