The history of the Shuswap Amateur Radio Club from its founding in 1976/77 through to 2014 is available for viewing or download. The history was compiled by Ron, VE7RLE as a spreadsheet and exported to a PDF document, allowing it to be searched in Adobe Acrobat using the FIND (Control-F) function. The file can be accessed at this link: SARC History
The Heathkit SB-200 provides 1200W PEP SSB (1000W CW) on 80, 40, 20, 15 and 10 meters using a pair of 572B tubes. The front panel features load, tuning and band adjustments plus a fairly easy to read SWR meter. The back panel has RCA phono input and SO-239 output. This amp is in great condition and is working. Contact rizzipeter at hotmail.com or ve7hmn at shaw.ca for more information.
Hosted by The Shuswap Amateur Radio Club
Date: Saturday, March 10th and Sunday March 11th 2018
Click the link below to see the photos I took when Peter, VE7RZZ and I visited the RNH site after the vandalism that occurred sometime between July 3rd and July 6th, 2014. NOTE: YOU MUST BE LOGGED IN TO SEE THE PHOTOS.
Patrick, VE7FAT has assembled and programmed some surplus Vella Radio equipment as a temporary replacement of the VE7RNH repeater and installed it at the Granite Peak site on Wednesday, July 16th. It has a bit of a de-sensing problem due to operating without a duplexer (it has a separate receiving antenna from the RNH collinear that is being used as the transmitting antenna).
Following an exchange of several emails to provide information and clarification of details, I received word today from Wes DeArmond, Thompson Eastern Lakes Area Supervisor with the Ministry of Environment, that SARC will be permitted to run an Island Activation station from Copper Island in September. We will have to adhere to strict environmental standards while staging the event, but it has been approved.