Welcome to the
"Half a Bubble Off"
The Woodchuck Amateur Radio Club is based in Parma, Ohio.
We are an Amateur Radio organization the offers training, monthly presentation and other activities.
Why the Woodchucks? Find out why by clicking here...
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The Woodchuck ARC is planning on work this event from the Concrete Tent this year.
We will work it as a Club and as individuals.
Bring your own Radio and use any of the Antennas available.
Several club members have participated in the even in the past.
More details will be available as the date draws near.
Stations we have contacted from the Cement Tent as of 7-2-2021:
13 Colonies 2021/07/01 - 2021/07/08 Total Worked (band / call unique) = 9
K2A 2021/07/02 22:45 20 14.24200 59 SSB
K2B 2021/07/02 00:43 40 7.21200 59 SSB
K2E 2021/07/02 00:41 40 7.22350 59 SSB
K2G 2021/07/02 22:55 40 7.17750 59 SSB
K2H 2021/07/02 00:34 40 28.435 59 PH
K2I 2021/07/02 22:44 20 14.29500 59 SSB
K2J 2021/07/02 22:12 20 14.30900 59 SSB
K2L 2021/07/02 22:15 20 14.30500 59 SSB
WM3PEN 2021/07/02 23:04 80 3.82000 59 SSB
2021 Event Dates / July 1 (9AM Eastern) to July 7 (Midnight Eastern)
(July 1, 2021-1300 UTC to July 8, 2021-0400 UTC)
YOU DO NOT NEED ALL 13 COLONIES TO GET THE CERTIFICATE
YOU DO NOT NEED TO GET THE 2 BONUS STATIONS FOR A CLEAN SWEEP
2020 ARRL Sweepstakes
November 21-23, 2020
Tips and tricks to pass your FCC Amateur Radio Exam.
Thank you to Quicksilver Radio for this information.
Some will complain that my approach does not teach anything – that its only purpose lies in memorizing answers in order to pass the test. My answer is “you are 100% correct”. My experience has shown that sometimes our best and most enthusiastic operators – those who give back to the hobby – may not know which end of the soldering iron to hold. And conversely, some of the most technically adept Hams are notably hard to find when there is work to be done or Public Service events to staff. Most Hams, I think fall somewhere in between these extremes. A good friend of mine likes to say that there are 28 different kinds of Ham Radio, and that there’s something there for just about anybody. My goal here is to make (or upgrade) more Hams so that they can find out what kinds of Radio they’re going to enjoy. And if you follow my suggestions, YOU WILL PASS!! So here we go:
The Woodchucks are now offering Amateur Radio License Testing.
The Woodchucks are offering Ham Radio testing on an appointment only basis.
Additional information on to get started amateur Radio or upgrading your Amateur License are available by reading below.
The Woodchuck ARC is looking for any photos you might have of past Woodchuck activities, events of meetings get togethers or whatever.
We wouild like to put togetner a photo ablum highlighting the Woodchuck ARC history.