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Good News, with rising levels of vaccination, and decreasing cases, we are restarting in person meetings at the Assistance League of Teemecula, 7:30pm, 4th. Tuesday of the month. Masks are not required for vaccinated. Persons not vaccinated, come at your own risk, and non-immune people should wear a mask per current health department recommendations.


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RSVP’s to Tim, SRTELADOT@MSN.COM

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GTARC is now able to receive online dues payments and donations. Please keep your membership current to support the website, meeting venues, and repeater (equipment and operating costs). via Zelle! Check our membership page for details.
 
 

 

Check the GTARC Calendar under the Calendar tab above.  All our Nets, Events and Meeting Information is updated regularly.  If you’d like an event posted send a request to gtarcw6gtr@gmail.com

 

GTARC Sponsored Nets


Daily Net by Judy Dean, NB6J
Time: 7:45 AM, daily
Repeater: Keller Peak (KE6TZG)
Frequency: 146.385 +
PL Tone: 146.2

Simplex frequencies:
146.550 FM and 
52.540 FM

Repeaters (W6GTR):

2M (146) Frequency 1: 146.805 (-600khz) PL 100
70CM (440) Frequency 2: 446.600 (-5Mhz)  PL 100
1.25CM (220) Frequency 3: 224.600 (−1.6 MHz) PL 100

GTARC sponsors several radio nets
Schedule/Frequencies/Mode/PL/Notes:

10M
Wednesdays 8:00 PM 28.360 MHz USB NCS – Duane Wheeler (N6DSC)

6M
1st Wednesday 7:15PM  52.540 MHz FM Simplex NCS – David Shaw (KE6UPI)
3rd Wednesday 7:15PM  52.540 MHz FM Simplex NCS – John McDermott (KJ6UNC)

2M

Thursday 7:30PM 146.805 (-) PL 100.0 NCS – Chuck Carriker (KM6UXR)

Don’t have a License or need help with repeaters? Go to Classes & Training

Recent Events

SUMMER FIELD DAY 2019

This was the first year that Werner and Sheri Vavken hosted our Field day event and it was a huge success. we had awesome weather, a 360 degree view and a great deal of contesting took place. there was 79 members and guest’s total who came up and shared in the great food, mentoring, contesting, …

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WINTER FIELD DAY 2020

The following images are from the clubs Winter Field day event in January 2020 There was four of us who stayed overnight We managed 206 contacts, working 80M, 40M & 20M 42 states worked / 4 Countries A combined claimed score of 5,736 We used www.n3fjp.com logging software. Thank you to Phil Wells, AF6AV for …

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