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San Joaquin Valley

San Joaquin Valley

Contact Information

Section Name:
San Joaquin Valley
Contact:
Dan Pruitt AE6SX
Daytime Phone:
559-779-2974
Evening Phone:
559-779-2974
Email:
ae6sx@arrl.org

Basic Information

Division:
Pacific
Description:

News last updated: June 10, 2016

Welcome to the San Joaquin Valley Section.

Section Manager (SM) Dan Pruitt AE6SX

Assistant Section Managers (ASM) John Lee K6YK and Bob Hervatine N2NS

Affiliated Club Coordinator (ACC) Charles McConnell W6DPD

Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC) Edward Hanna KF6FIR

Official Observer Coordinator (OOC) Victor Magana N1VM,

Section Traffic Manager (STM) Fred Silveira K6RAU,

Public Information Coordinator (PIC) Vacant

Technical Coordinator (TC) Dave Smith W6TE.

The San Joaquin Valley Section includes 12 counties in the central valley of California, Kern, Tulare, Kings, Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Calaveras, San Joaquin, and Mono.

Thanks for visiting this page.

When your affiliated club elects officers for the next year, be sure to update your club’s information on the affiliated club area of the ARRL web page. If your club fails to update the information for 2 years, your club will be placed in the inactive file. ARRL HQ and the Director use this information on these reports to send information to your club. If the information is not up to date, your club will miss out. Please notify your Section Manager of your club's election results, ae6sx@arrl.org and the Affiliated Club Coordinator, w6dpd@arrl.org.

 

  As space allows I will enjoy relaying any events or occurrences which illustrate Amateur Radio as a hobby and public asset. It need not be a newsletter, if you think it important, it probably should be here.

 You should also send your newsletter to the Affiliated Club Coordinator (w6dpd@arrl.org) and the Director (w6rgg@arrl.org) vice director (k6jat@arrl.org) and to ARRL HQ (clubs@arrl.org).

Need to take an Amateur exam? Are you having an exam? Check the ARRL web page, www.arrl.org/arrlvec/examsearch.phtml for exam information. You can also search for Amateur Radio Classes in your area and register your exam. Instructors can also register classes there.

Card Checking in the Section: You can get cards checked for awards within the section. W6XK, K6ZZ, and W6DPD can check your cards for DXCC in accordance with the rules for field checking. DXCC card checkers may now check cards dated from Nov 15, 1945, including Deleted DXCC Entities. K6ZZ can now check 160 Meter Cards. DXCC card checkers may, at their discretion, check cards for WAS, WAC, and VUCC. W6DPD and K6ZZ can check cards for the CQ Awards, WAZ, DX, Field, and Prefixes. The card checkers may also check applications for the IARU Region 2 Award. ARRL Special Service Clubs may appoint a HF awards manager for WAS and a VHF Awards Manager for VUCC.


 

The Webinar by Hank Garretson, W6SX, has been posted to the WWROF webpage (www.wwrof.org) under the Webinars link.

Hanks presentation will be of particular interest to "Little Pistols" and those who are space limited. It's worth checking out!

Hank added a link to the elevation plot which can be viewed at http://www.heywhatsthat.com/

Also the Ladder Snaps in the presentation can be found at http://www.73cnc.com/product_p/ls100.htm You can e-mail Hank at w6sx@arrl.net for additional details.


 

The K6RAU (our Traffic Manager) Morse Code Instruction Course is available at www.pdarrl.org/K6RAU or www.pdarrl.org/k6rau.

No need to know a "dit" from a "dah", simply with paper and pencil, and following the instructions.


 

San Joaquin Valley Nets:

The Noontime net meets on 7.268.5 MHz. This net handles a lot of messages.

Daytime Region 6 Traffic Net meets daily at 3:30 pacific time on or near 7.275 MHZ. This one is probable not in operation at this time.

The California Traffic Net meets daily on 3.906 MHZ and 6:00 PM local time.

The Golden Bear Amateur Radio Net meets nightly at 7:00 PM local time on 3.975 MHZ.

Northern California Net (NCN), the Section Traffic Net, meets nightly on 3.533 MHZ at 7 PM Pacific Time.

San Joaquin Net meets Monday-Saturday on 3918khz, at 6 PM Pacific Time.

Western Public Service System (WPSS) meets nightly on 3952khz, roll - at 7:30 PM local Pacific Time.

The Mission Trail Net meets nightly on 3.856 MHZ at 8:00 PM local time.

Northern California Net 2 (NCN2) The slow speed training session of NCN, meets nightly on 3.533 MHZ at 9 PM Pacific Time. Handling traffic on CW is a good way to improve your CW skills.


 

 

 

 

 

>> SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY SECTION Report for the month of May 2016: SM Dan Pruitt, AE6SX- ASMs K6YK and N2NS, ACC W6DPD, SEC KF6FIR, OOC N1VM, STM K6RAU, TC W6TE, PIC vacant.


 

Here we go, in June:

VHF contest, Kids Day then FIELD DAY, oh my, hi hi. Last weekend was Museum Ship Weekend. I hope you had a chance to play radio and contact our own USS Lucid, N6MSO in Stockton.


 

May was kind of a ramp up for June. We had dialogue with the State OES. Mesh Networks are expanding from Mt Oso and Mt. Bullion. If you don't know Dan WL7COO, you need to get acquainted regarding ARDEN and MESH Networking. These state of the art Wi-Fi networks should enhance our productivity between organizations. Including the Native American Tribes and state agencies (that have 2 Summits this year) all the organizations need to work together as per our National MOU with VOAD.


 

Don't forget the youth! It is summer now. Find out about the Maker Fairs. Volunteer with Boys and Girls Clubs, Scouts, including Venture and Sea, as Merit Badge counselors, advisers and mentors. You have many skills that you've learned in your hobby. Put them to good use.


 

National Parks on the Air ought to be more prolific during the summer. Get on the air and make some contacts. Your next DX may be there also!

 

Remember to support “The Amateur Radio Parity Act”. Go to the link on the ARRL website http://www.arrl.org/amateur-radio-parity-act. We have to continue the support for this legislation. The latest information is on site.

 

73;

Dan Pruitt, AE6SX


 

 

NEWS: From ARRL newsletters. Read complete articles from April to now.

05/03/2016 | No Need for Panic Regarding Synthetic Aperture Radars on 70 Centimeters, ARRL CTO Says


 

05/04/2016 | Digital Storage Oscilloscopes for Ham Radio Now Available

05/07/2016 | ARRL Ham Aid Gear Headed to Ecuador to Support Earthquake Relief, Recovery 05/10/2016 | Rare de Forest Audion Donated to ARRL, Mated with Vintage Radio for Museum Display

05/10/2016 | FCC Issues “Enforcement Advisory” on Marine Radio Rules

05/11/2016 | Over-the-Horizon Radars, Fishery and Taxi Traffic, Buoys, and Broadcasters Continue to Mar Ham Bands

05/12/2016 | IARU to Serve as Custodian of Ethics and Operating Procedures for the Radio Amateur

05/13/2016 | ARRL to Offer “Memorandums of Understanding” Webinar

05/16/2016 | Maritime Mobile Service Network Responds to Mayday Call from Stranded Vessel

05/16/2016 | Elementary School’s STMSat-1 CubeSat Now in Orbit

05/18/2016 | DX Engineering Announces New Acquisitions

05/20/2016 | CQ Announces its 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees

05/20/2016 | Radio Club of America Debuts Updated Website

05/25/2016 | New ARRL Extra Class License Manual Available as Softcover, Spiral-Bound, or E-Book

05/27/2016 | ESA Announces Winners of “Fly Your Satellite!” CubeSat Competition

05/28/2016 | ARRL Reaches Agreement with Community Associations Institute on Parity Act

05/30/2016 | Argentine Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio Payload Launched from China

05/31/2016 | Don Wallace Museum Foundation Closing; Donates Assets to Northern California DX Foundation

05/31/2016 | Geostationary Es’hail-2 Satellite Set to Launch this Year

06/01/2016 | Signal Bounced from ISS Heard Across the Atlantic

06/01/2016 | Youth Contesters Take Over at ES9C and 9A1A

06/01/2016 | Diana Feinberg, AI6DF, Appointed as Los Angeles Section Manager

06/04/2016 | New FCC Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Deputy Chief Appointed

 

K6AAB CQ WPX SSB SO Assisted 21 hours

Band QSO Mult

40 25 10

20 93 62

15 88 65

10 18 11 TOTAL: 75,828

 

K6AAB 7QP MULTI OP SINGLE TX 11 hours

 

BAND QSO MULTS

40 59 30

20 79 39

15 7 2

10 1 0 TOTAL: 30.459

Multipliers are W7 counties worked once per contest

 

CQWW WPX Contest, CW

Call: N2NS Operator(s): N2NS Station: N2NS

Class: SO(A)AB HP QTH: CA Operating Time (hrs):

Summary: Band QSOs

80: 1

40: 50

20: 113

15: 36

Total: 200 Prefixes = 159 Total Score = 107,961

Comments: In between holiday weekend activities.

73, Bob N2NS


 

NPOTA Confirmations for the section (100 or more): K6YK 262, W6OEZ 175, W6DPD 138.

 

June 2016

 

 

+ Phone Fray 0230Z-0300Z, Jun 1 + NRAU 10m Activity Contest 1700Z-1800Z, Jun 2 (CW) and 1800Z-1900Z, Jun 2 (SSB) and 1900Z-2000Z, Jun 2 (FM) and 2000Z-2100Z, Jun 2 (Dig) + HA3NS Sprint Memorial Contest 1900Z-1929Z, Jun 3 (40m) and 1930Z-1959Z, Jun 3 (80m) + PVRC Reunion 0000Z-0400Z, Jun 4 (CW) and 0000Z-0400Z, Jun 5 (SSB) + 10-10 Int. Open Season PSK Contest 0000Z, Jun 4 to 2400Z, Jun 5 + DigiFest 0400Z-1200Z, Jun 4 and 2000Z, Jun 4 to 0400Z, Jun 5 and 1200Z-2000Z, Jun 5 + SEANET Contest 1200Z, Jun 4 to 1200Z, Jun 5 + IARU Region 1 Field Day, CW 1500Z, Jun 4 to 1459Z, Jun 5 + RSGB National Field Day 1500Z, Jun 4 to 1500Z, Jun 5 + Dutch Kingdom Contest 1500Z, Jun 4 to 1500Z, Jun 5 + Alabama QSO Party 1600Z, Jun 4 to 0400Z, Jun 5 + DRCG WW RTTY Contest 0000Z-0759Z, Jun 11 and 1600Z-2359Z, Jun 11 and 0800Z-1559Z, Jun 12 + VK Shires Contest 0600Z, Jun 11 to 0600Z, Jun 12 + Portugal Day Contest 1200Z, Jun 11 to 1200Z, Jun 12 + ARRL June VHF Contest 1800Z, Jun 11 to 0259Z, Jun 13 + All Asian DX Contest, CW 0000Z, Jun 18 to 2400Z, Jun 19 + SMIRK Contest 0000Z, Jun 18 to 2400Z, Jun 19 + Ukrainian DX Classic RTTY Contest 1200Z, Jun 18 to 1159Z, Jun 19 + AGCW VHF/UHF Contest 1400Z-1700Z, Jun 18 (144) and 1700Z-1800Z, Jun 18 (432) + Stew Perry Topband Challenge 1500Z, Jun 18 to 1500Z, Jun 19 + West Virginia QSO Party 1600Z, Jun 18 to 0200Z, Jun 19 + Kid's Day Contest 1800Z-2359Z, Jun 18 + Run for the Bacon QRP Contest 0100Z-0300Z, Jun 20 + Ukrainian DX DIGI Contest 1200Z, Jun 25 to 1200Z, Jun 26 + His Maj. King of Spain Contest, SSB 1200Z, Jun 25 to 1200Z, Jun 26 + ARRL Field Day 1800Z, Jun 25 to 2100Z, Jun 26     July 2016 + RAC Canada Day Contest 0000Z-2359Z, Jul 1 + Venezuelan Ind. Day Contest 0000Z, Jul 2 to 2359Z, Jul 3 + FISTS Summer Slow Speed Sprint 0000Z-0400Z, Jul 2 + DL-DX RTTY Contest 1100Z, Jul 2 to 1059Z, Jul 3 + Marconi Memorial HF Contest 1400Z, Jul 2 to 1400Z, Jul 3 + PODXS 070 Club 40m Firecracker Sprint 2000Z, Jul 2 to 2000Z, Jul 3 + DARC 10-Meter Digital Contest 1100Z-1700Z, Jul 3    

 

 

 

CLUBS

 

CLOVIS ARP ++ From the CARP weekly newsletter: FAA Warns of GPS Outages This Month During Mysterious Tests on the West Coast around China Lake. They will be Radio Active on Field Day. Field Day location will be at Pine Ridge School, located at the top of the Highway 168 4-lanes. Look for K6ARP in the VHF contest, up on Bear Mountain, in grid DM06ir www.k6arp.org/


 

FRESNO ARC++ Scott, AG6IS was our April and May speaker, giving us a two-part presentation on remote ham radios, in English. Stu, WB6VRJ, the President made some very pertinent comments bout the Hobby. Kudos Stu. Field Day location: Dry Creek Park in Clovis. www.w6to.com


 

LOS BANOS ARC ++ Gearing up for Field Day at At Big Page Park (on “I” Street). www.aa6lb.org


 

SIERRA ARC ++ April program was Mike’s WA6ARA talk on Summits on the Air (SOTA) and National Parks on the Air (NPOTA). There is an informal 2 meter SSB net starting up on Saturday evenings, 7pm, on 144.200 USB. SARC - SARC and BARC in the Park was 23April. June's Letter: Keith W3ISZ had a show and tell of his VLF monitoring system. We will be holding a Dutch Oven dessert cook off on Saturday night of Field Day. The 10 meter Rag chew net on Monday nights – so about 7:45pm, +/-. The frequency is 28.400MHz, USB. www.qsl.net/wa6ybn/


 

SEQUOIA ARG ++ There is a lot of history published here about Kern River Valley. Just days before the end of World War II, the USS Indianapolis was sunk. For a look inside the radio room exhibit, and the history behind the ship, log on to their website at www.ussindyradio.org. May's meeting was SKYWARN by the NOAA. www.n6krv.org


 

STOCKTON DELTA ARC ++ 51st Running Of The CQP! 1600 UTC October 1, 2016 to 2200 UTC October 2, 2016. Museum Ships Weekend was last week. I hope everyone got to contact N6MSO, the USS Lucid. Full load of Public service events are evident. www.w6sf.org


 

CALIFORNIA CITY ARC++ In 2015 the club took first place in 2A in the SJV. They are up to the task for 2016. Officers are pres KI6LIM, vp K6ZED, sec K6SEQ, treas KI6VC and trustee K6ZZ. The club meets the 3 Wednesday at 7 PM at the Cal City Senior Center. The club net is Wednesday at 7 PM on 145.34- 100.0 HZ except on club night. Check www.ke6rn.com for information.

The following Amateur became Silent Keys since the last report:

Lloyd WA6KZV, Bob KC6EZE and Robert W6SHF.

They will be missed

 

Traffic Report: [May 2016]:

ORS: W6SX 2, WS6P 1016, K6RAU 14 Total 1032

PSHR: W6SX 25, WS6P 190, K6RAU 83

 

Mark your Calendars:


 

  • 06/11/2016 | Reno Ham Swap & Hamfest

Location: Verdi, NV

Type: ARRL Hamfest

Sponsor: Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Society

Location: Orcutt, CA

Type: ARRL Hamfest

Sponsor: Satellite ARC

Website: http://satellitearc.com


 


 

Location: Lincoln, CA
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Western Placer Amateur Radio Club
Website: http://www.wparc.us

 

Location: San Ramon, CA
Type: ARRL Convention
Sponsor: Mount Diablo Amateur Radio Club
Website: http://www.pacificon.org

 

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>> SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY SECTION Report for the month of April 2016: SM Dan Pruitt, AE6SX- ASMs K6YK and N2NS, ACC W6DPD, SEC KF6FIR, OOC N1VM, STM K6RAU, PIC vacant, TC W6TE.


 

WOW! Here we are in May and there is a lot going on. The VHF Contest and Field Day are next month. Dayton HAMVENTION, Armed Forces Crossband, MARS/DHS drills, National Parks on the Air and all the QSO Parties.


 

Weather has been fantastic so I'm sure Antennas have been up-graded, installed, replaced or repaired. You can't have new antennas without new gear. The modes, oh my all the modes. We have PSK, Packet and CW, of course, then there is JT, SSTV, Video, FM and old AM. Now add MESH Networks and all the digital modes, voice, video and packet. Looking forward to Phase IV satellite and ground stations, cube SAT micro SAT. Kids winning awards for loop antennas and SAT construction. Like I said, Wow!


 

I don't think this is CB or old tube radio exclusively. Amateur Radio is even back in 600 Meters while Raspberry PII's control everything with Linux GPL.


 

Tell your friends, your relatives even those not so close. There is a future for Amateur Radio and a present and a past to expand. Bring them to Field Day or any other public event


 

Remember to support “The Amateur Radio Parity Act”. Go to the link on the ARRL website http://www.arrl.org/amateur-radio-parity-act . We have to continue the support for this legislation.


 

73;


 

Dan Pruitt, AE6SX


 

NEWS: From ARRL newsletters. Read complete articles from April to now.

04/12/2016 First-Ever D-STAR Satellite to Launch in April

04/18/2016 Radio Amateurs Asked to Keep 7.060 MHz Clear for Ecuador Earthquake Emergency Traffic

04/18/2016 New ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, Pledges World-Class Service, Openness, Inclusiveness

04/19/2016 Commemorative ARISS Slow-Scan TV Transmissions a Success

04/19/2016 Brazil Eases Authorization for Radio Amateurs Attending the 2016 Summer Olympics

04/20/2016 Lack of Power Stymies Amateur Radio Post-Quake Aid in Ecuador

04/20/2016 SHARES Interoperability Exercise to Use 5 MHz Channels, Involve Amateur Radio

04/20/2016 EchoLink VoIP Service Proving Valuable in Handling Ecuador Earthquake Traffic

04/21/2016 Amateur Radio Praised Following Participation in Washington Interoperability Exercise

04/21/2016 TAPR Dayton Hamvention Digital Forum to Include SatNOGS, HamWAN, SDR Talks

04/23/2016 New AO-85 Distance Record Claimed

04/23/2016 Romania Puts Toe in the 5 MHz Waters with Scheduled Amateur Radio Testing

04/25/2016 Now Shipping: High Speed Multimedia for Amateur Radio by Glen Popiel, KW5GP

04/26/2016 Three ESA “Fly Your Satellite!” Program CubeSats Now in Orbit

04/27/2016 Young Ham Wins First-Place Science Fair Trophy with Mag Loop Antenna Entry

04/27/2016 ARRL/TAPR Digital Communications Conference Issues Call for Technical Papers

04/27/2016 FCC Invites Comments on Petition to Eliminate 15 dB Gain Limit on Amateur Amplifiers

04/28/2016 IARU Region 2 Calls for Emergency Communications Workshop Papers, Presentations

04/28/2016 RFinder – The World Wide Repeater Directory Now Lets Users File Jamming Reports

05/02/2016 ARRL Aims to Connect Engineers, Educators, Students at IEEE International Microwave Symposium

05/02/2016 Deadline is June 1 for US Radio Amateurs to Submit IARU Region 2 HF Band Plan Suggestions

05/03/2016 No Need for Panic Regarding Synthetic Aperture Radars on 70 Centimeters, ARRL CTO Says

05/03/2016 FCC Action Anticipated on ARRL’s “Symbol Rate” Petition for Rule Making

05/04/2016 Digital Storage Oscilloscopes for Ham Radio Now Available

05/07/2016 ARRL Ham Aid Gear Headed to Ecuador to Support Earthquake Relief, Recovery Some 400 pounds of Ham Aid Amateur Radio equipment

05/10/2016 AMSAT’s Fox-1B CubeSat Gets a January 2017 Launch Date

05/10/2016 Rare de Forest Audion Donated to ARRL, Mated with Vintage Radio for Museum Display

05/11/2016 Over-the-Horizon Radars, Fishery and Taxi Traffic, Buoys, and Broadcasters Continue to Mar Ham Bands

05/11/2016 Canadian Radio Amateurs Went on Alert to Assist in Alberta Wildfire Emergency, Evacuations

05/12/2016 Elementary School’s SSTV CubeSat Now Set to Deploy from ISS on May 16

05/14/2016 SATERN Founder Pat McPherson, WW9E, SK

Contests:

May 2016


 

+ RSGB 80m Club Championship, CW 1900Z-2030Z, May 19

+ UN DX Contest 0600Z-2100Z, May 21

+ NZART Sangster Shield Contest 0800Z-1100Z, May 21 and

0800Z-1100Z, May 22

+ Aegean RTTY Contest 1200Z, May 21 to 1200Z, May 22

+ His Maj. King of Spain Contest, CW 1200Z, May 21 to 1200Z, May 22

+ EU PSK DX Contest 1200Z, May 21 to 1200Z, May 22

+ Baltic Contest 2100Z, May 21 to 0200Z, May 22

+ CQ WW WPX Contest, CW 0000Z, May 28 to 2359Z, May 29

+ Portuguese Navy Day Contest, Digital 0800Z-2359Z, May 28

+ SARL Digital Contest 1300Z-1600Z, May 29

 

June 2016


 

+ NRAU 10m Activity Contest 1700Z-1800Z, Jun 2 (CW) and

1800Z-1900Z, Jun 2 (SSB) and

1900Z-2000Z, Jun 2 (FM) and

2000Z-2100Z, Jun 2 (Dig)

+ PVRC Reunion 0000Z-0400Z, Jun 4 (CW) and

0000Z-0400Z, Jun 5 (SSB)

+ 10-10 Int. Open Season PSK Contest 0000Z, Jun 4 to 2400Z, Jun 5

+ DigiFest 0400Z-1200Z, Jun 4 and

2000Z, Jun 4 to 0400Z, Jun 5 and

1200Z-2000Z, Jun 5

+ SEANET Contest 1200Z, Jun 6 to 1200Z, Jun 7

+ IARU Region 1 Field Day, CW 1500Z, Jun 4 to 1459Z, Jun 5

+ RSGB National Field Day 1500Z, Jun 4 to 1500Z, Jun 5

+ Dutch Kingdom Contest 1500Z, Jun 4 to 1500Z, Jun 5

+ Alabama QSO Party 1600Z, Jun 4 to 0400Z, Jun 5

+ RSGB 80m Club Championship, Data 1900Z-2030Z, Jun 6

+ DRCG WW RTTY Contest 0000Z-0759Z, Jun 11 and

1600Z-2359Z, Jun 11 and

0800Z-1559Z, Jun 12

+ VK Shires Contest 0600Z, Jun 11 to 0600Z, Jun 12

+ Portugal Day Contest 1200Z, Jun 11 to 1200Z, Jun 12

+ GACW WWSA CW DX Contest 1500Z, Jun 11 to 1500Z, Jun 12

+ ARRL June VHF Contest 1800Z, Jun 11 to 0259Z, Jun 13

+ RSGB 80m Club Championship, CW 1900Z-2030Z, Jun 15

+ All Asian DX Contest, CW 0000Z, Jun 18 to 2400Z, Jun 19

+ SMIRK Contest 0000Z, Jun 18 to 2400Z, Jun 19

+ Ukrainian DX Classic RTTY Contest 1200Z, Jun 18 to 1159Z, Jun 19

+ Stew Perry Topband Challenge 1500Z, Jun 18 to 1500Z, Jun 19

+ West Virginia QSO Party 1600Z, Jun 18 to 0200Z, Jun 19

+ Kid's Day Contest 1800Z-2359Z, Jun 18

+ WAB 50 MHz Phone 0900Z-1500Z, Jun 19


 


 

SK -The following Amateur became Silent Key since the last report:

Gene W7POR, Lloyd, WA6KZV and Tim, K6TRK.

They will be missed.


 

Traffic Report: [Apr 2016]:

ORS: W6SX 4 , WS6P 781, K6RAU 15 Total 800

PSHR: W6SX 28, WS6P 315, K6RAU 74

 

 

Mark your Calendars:


 

Location: Verdi, NV

Type: ARRL Hamfest

Sponsor: Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Society

Location: Orcutt, CA

Type: ARRL Hamfest

Sponsor: Satellite ARC

Website: http://satellitearc.com


 


 

Location: Lincoln, CA
Type: ARRL Hamfest
Sponsor: Western Placer Amateur Radio Club
Website: http://www.wparc.us

 

Location: San Ramon, CA
Type: ARRL Convention
Sponsor: Mount Diablo Amateur Radio Club
Website: http://www.pacificon.org

 

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San Joaquin Valley Officials