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2016 Pacific Northwest Hamfairs and Swapmeets

This is by far the most comprehensive list of 2016 amateur radio related events in the pacific northwest. Much thanks to N7CFO .....

PNW Hamfair webpage at http://www.n7cfo.com/amradio/hf/hf.htm

Welcome To The Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club Website

This site is devoted to providing a forum for helping the club members, as well as anyone interested in amateur radio, receive the assistance needed to get the most enjoyment out of the many facets of amateur radio. The Tri-City Amateur radio club serves ham radio operators in southeast Washington state including the cities of Pasco, Kennewick, Richland; Benton and Franklin Counties and the surrounding towns.

Club members with the proper permission can create, edit and publish the content using the tools of the website and without a webmaster middleman. Registered non-members may post new forum topics and comments. Anonymous (non-registered) users may view most site content, but may not post information

The main menu is in the upper right corner.

Regular Club and Business Meetings start at 7:30 pm and are held at the Red Cross Building, 7202 W Deschutes Ave, Kennewick.

Top Menu Button "Information"-- contains the bulk of information on what's happening with Tri-City Amateur Radio Club, including area repeaters and packet nodes. It has special announcements, the President's Corner, meeting minutes, events schedule, event reports, and a variety of articles about amateur radio subjects.
Top Menu Button "Calendar"--provides a calendar view of club and other events of interest.
Top Menu Button "Forums"-- a typical forum-based area where subjects can be broached and others can comment.
Top Menu Button "Photos"-- an area where members can contribute photos, organized into albums, for viewing by all.
Top Menu Item "Swap Meet"-- a Buy-Sell-Trade classified ad tool for use of area amateurs.
Top Menu Item "About"-- a page providing an overview and history of Tri-City Amateur Radio Club.
Click HERE For Site Registration & TCARC Member Instructions
Send your mail and donations to--
Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club
P.O. Box 73
Richland, Washington 99352

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HAM / ELECTRONIC STUFF FOR SALE

CHECK OUT THE ATTACHMENTS AND CALL JAKE N7JRA AT 509-460-9933 WITH YOUR QESTIONS!

Time remaining: 98%
26/04/2019 (2 years)
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2 Meter antenna

I have a 2-meter 11 element beam that as been sitting by my garage for 10-20 years. It needs a little TLC but should work FB. Best offer and U-pickup.

Thanks.

Larry WA7HDZ

pops435@yahoo.com

Time remaining: 88%
22/01/2019 (2 years)

2016 Ham Radio Testing (VE Testing)

‎2016-Ham Radio Testing (VE Testing) for the Tri-Cities area will be at the Boy Scout Office building.
8478 Gage Blvd
Kennewick, WA 99336(across Gage Blvd to the north from Costco)

Doors open at 1:30pm (Walk-ins are welcome). Testing starts at 2:00pm sharp. Cost is $15. Please bring some form of picture identification (driver's license, passport, school ID, etc.) If you are going for a license upgrade you must bring a photocopy of your current amateur license, for which the examiners must send in with the paperwork.

Dates

  • Jan-17
  • March-20
  • May-15
  • July-17
  • Sept-18
  • Nov-20

More Info Contact Mike Tesky:
Phone(509) 783-6236
Click To Send An Email Message

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Electronic/Electric Components - Tesla Hobbyist

Bob Svangren, KD7QOG, is selling his Tesla and other related electronic equipment. Items include high voltage power supplies, capacitors, variacs, panel meters, wire, and a great deal of other stuff.

Contact Bob at 582-5817.

Posted by Tony, WS7V

Time remaining: 87%
08/01/2019 (2 years)

ICOM IC-761 for sale

I have an ICOM IC-761 all band transceiver for sale.
The transceiver is in 100% working order with 100 watts output on all bands and works on 60 meters as well as the WARC bands. I am the original owner.
The Icom IC-761 is designed for advanced amateur operations from 160 to 10 meters. It features a high performance 100 kHz to 30 MHz general coverage receiver built in. Output is 10 to 100 watts SSB/CW/RTTY modes (10 to 40 watts AM). The 761 has sophisticated capabilities such as: dual digital VFOs, all-mode squelch, keypad entry Notch, Passband Tuning, RIT/XIT, pre-amp and 20 dB attenuator. You also get 32 memories. The two color fluorescent digital display is easy to read. Three quality filters are already installed: FL44 SSB 2.4 kHz, FL52A CW 500 Hz and FL32A CW 500 Hz (9 MHz IF). The Icom CR-64 high stability crystal oscillator is already installed. Serious CW operators will appreciate the built-in electronic keyer, full and semi break-in capability. The rear panel has an SO-239 antenna jack plus a receive only RCA phono jack. The 761 has a built in antenna tuner and operates from 120 VAC via a built-in power supply. 16.7 x 5.9 x 15.4 inches (424x150x390mm).
Asking $550
Call Stan Douglas 509-737-1956
73 KK7QN

Time remaining: 77%
05/10/2018 (2 years)

Club Meetings

The Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club holds a regular meeting the first Monday of every month of the year. Each meeting includes an amateur-radio-oriented program that will be of interest to most hams.

Regular Club and Business Meetings start at 7:00 pm and are held at the Red Cross Building, 7202 W Deschutes Ave, Kennewick. [ Map ] All individuals interested in amateur radio are welcome and invited to attend these meetings - you do not need to be an amateur radio operator!

Do you have an idea for a club meeting, or can you give presentation or demonstration of a ham radio related subject? If so, click here for a contact form.

New Membership or Renewal Form


JOIN THE CLUB! RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP!

Be a part of Amateur Radio in the Tri-Cities - join the Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club!

Click the below link to open and print a Membership Form:

About Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club

The Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club (TCARC) is open to all persons with an interest in amateur (Ham) Radio. It is incorporated in the state of Washington as a not-for-profit corporation.

2016 Club Officers

President:

Judy West N7PGJ (contact)

Vice President:

Derek Archer, KG7QIZ (contact)

Secretary:

Tony Gasperino WS7V (contact)

Treasurer:

Pam Follansbee, WM7R (contact)

Club Trustees

Permanent:

Pam Follansbee, WM7R

1 Year:

Everett Bode AD7MO

2 Year Remaining:

Steve Sterling WA7DUH

3 Year Remaining:

Jim Follansbee, NY7T

Web Site/Publicity

Position Open

To contact any of the above Officers, please use our contact form CLICK HERE.

Club Meetings

The Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club holds a regular meeting the first Monday of every month of the year. Each meeting includes an amateur-radio-oriented program that will be of interest to most hams.

Regular Club and Business Meetings start at 7:00 pm and are held at the Red Cross Building, 7202 W Deschutes Ave, Kennewick. [ Map ] All individuals interested in amateur radio are welcome and invited to attend these meetings - you do not need to be an amateur radio operator!

Do you have an idea for a club meeting, or can you give presentation or demonstration of a ham radio related subject? If so, please use the contact form and select the Vice-President CLICK HERE.

Membership Information

All individuals interested in amateur radio - you do not need to be licensed - are invited to become members of the Tri-Cities Amateur Radio Club. Membership is only $20.00 per year, $25 for family, and goes to maintain an amateur radio station in the Red Cross facility, three area repeaters (146.04/64 on Johnson Butte; 146.16/76 and 444.1/449.1 on Rattlesnake Mtn), liability insurance at club events, and support for various club events. Without your membership and support, the club is not all that it can be.

The best way to join is to attend a club meeting (see info above) and seek out the Treasurer or other officer. They will fix you up. You can mail in your membership or annual renewal. CLICK HERE FOR FORM AND MAILING INFO.

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