The FCARC will raffle a Yeasu FT-991 440 to 160 meters plus Fusion
This is a fund raising event. This is to buy the equipment to have the 145.33 repeater a Wires-X repeater. When done anyone will be able to get on the Fusion system using a standard HT or Fusion radio.
This Raffle is limited to 85 tickets. Each ticket is $20. When all the tickets are sold and paid for the drawing will be at the next FCARC meeting or event.
Ameritron AL-1200 like new, used sparingly. Reason for sale, I completed my K line.
$1500.00 cash. Pick up only, will consider delivery or meeting at a reasonable distance. (920)213-1043, W9OD@arrl.net
The FCARC supports a monthly net to help interested hams learn about & practice Slow Scan TV (SSTV) on 2 meters. You are invited to join. FCARC membership is not necessary. This is a semi-formal, directed net. We meet at 6 pm using both FM voice & SSTV transmissions on 145.330 MHz, Tone 100. All SSTV transmissions are in Martin 2.
I will begin sending a few SSTV pictures prior to the net beginning at 5:45 pm for your enjoyment, and then I'll call for checkins at 6 pm.
The next FCARC VE Exam will be September 10, 2016 at Fox Valley Technical College, 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton, 54912-2277.
The room number is B142 and the closest entrance is door 12 located on the west side of the building. You can view a floor plan of the College at the following website.
As of July 1, 2016 Patrick Moretti, KA1RB, of Dousman, will become the new ARRL Section Manager for Wisconsin. He replaces the post being vacated by Gary Sorensen, W9ULK, of Oxford, who has been SM since July 2013. Moretti has been serving as the Wisconsin Official Observer Coordinator, an Official Observer, and a Technical Specialist.
FCARC welcomes your donations in support of our mission to serve amateur radio. As a 501(c)(3) organization, your donations are tax-deductible. The link below will take you to PayPal where you can make a donation with your credit card or with your PayPal account.