Our sun and its variation in solar activity have a large effect on terrestrial radio communications. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, the SDO, has been collecting data since launch in early 2010. Since then it has been sending data to dedicated ground station near Las Cruces, New Mexico. While the SDO project is managed at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight […]
Several current and past members of the San Lorenzo Valley Amateur Radio Club posed for a photo during the club meeting on Friday, February 3, 2017. Many thanks to Bob Wolbert, K6XX, for the photography. Standing Sean Kellythorne, KI6MGI; Sam Sjogren, WB6RJH; Ed Oliver, KI6DAS; John Nogatch, AC6SL; Tuck Hartshorn, AF6GQ; Reed Cotton, N1WC; Chris Angelos, KG6DOZ; Don Taylor, K6GHA; Allen Fugelseth, WB6RWU; Fred […]
Dinner is on December 3. The Dinner-Reservation Form is due November 25. Reservation Details and Menu (PDF).
The celebration of 100 years of Amateur Radio in Santa Cruz County was held at the Museum of Art and History (MAH) on September 17th, 2016. The community effort to support this event required a cross section of members from Amateur Radio across Santa Cruz County. It spanned not only the two local clubs SCCARC (Santa […]
On February 3, 1916, sixteen radio amateurs formed the Santa Cruz Radio Association. That club still exists today, although we know it as the Santa Cruz County Amateur Radio Club, with repeater callsign K6BJ. The club is celebrating 100 years of amateur radio in Santa Cruz County with special pages on their web site and with a special event […]