Our meetings are 7:30pm on the second Wednesday of the month, except July and August. Currently held on ZOOM. Contact Robert VA7RRD for connection information. We would be happy to see you. 7:30pm [nextWed].
Formal Sunday Net
The club holds a net every Sunday morning, 9:00 am on the Apex Mountain 146.92-MHz repeater with a minus 600 kHz offset and 123 Hz tone repeater. (UHF Link 440.600 MHz with a 123 Hz tone) (Visitor check-ins are always welcome!)
Informal Chat Nets
Sunday after the 9:00 AM Nets On 146.920 MHz with a minus 600 kHz offset and 123 Hz tone repeater. (UHF Link 440.600 MHz with a 123 Hz tone)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, we have an informal net on Apex Mountain 146.92 MHz with a Plus 600 kHz offset and 123 Hz tone repeater at 7:15PM. All amateur operators welcome.
Face-2-Face Coffee Meets are suspended until COVID emergency eases up. Looking forward to seeing you all then.
On the use of Electronic Devices While Driving as applied to Licenced Amateur Radio Operators.
Use this link to view & download Electronic Devices Information
(PDF Format)Upcoming Events information for local & provincial Amateur Radio Clubs.
Use this link to our Amateur Radio Events PageThe P.A.R.C. Winnipeg Street Station 439 Winnipeg Street, Penticton, B.C. Canada
Use this link for contact information
You too can have a Penticton Amateur Radio Club Jacket. Complete with embroided club emblem and your own call sign. A warm all season tough jacket good for all occasions. Just place your order with Sherwood Trophies
(250-492 4949), specify Jacket Canada Sportswear # L00907.
Sunday morning Net Control list
Repeater Frequency : 146.920 MHz -600 kHz with 123 Hz tone, Repeater Callsign : VE7OKN
The following list is in effect to the Sunday after the next club meeting
- January 17 Ralph VE7DMZ
- January 24 Doug VA7DP
- January 31 Barry VA7 FEZ
- February 7 Ron VA7 BFB
- February 14 Ralph VE7 DMZ
Use this link to download the – Amateur Radio Basic Question Bank – or –
The HAM Radio Basic Training, Self Study Complete with Quizzes to test your understanding. (Put together by Al Hatch VA6HAL.)
Use this link to go to Industry Canada’s Amateur Radio Exam Generator web site
Use this link to search or look up Ham call signs … Call sign search
Last updat: January 6, 2021