NASA Ames Research Center
Amateur Radio Club

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http://hamradio.arc.nasa.gov

Simplex Net: 146.445 MHz        Repeater: 145.250 MHz, minus offset, tone 123.0
Special Events including NASA-TV audio 146.490 MHz

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Last Update: Apr 10, 2014

Join the AARC (both contractor and civil servant eligible), click here
You don’t need to be licensed to be a club member (but we will help you get a license).

To subscribe to the AARC mailing list, go to https://lists.nasa.gov/mailman/listinfo/arc-hamradio
This page requests info, and lets an individual subscribe, unsubscribe, etc.

Don’t use your walkie-talkie while driving on Ames property

AARC meets every third Thursday monthly 12 noon at AARC Shack, talk-in 146.445 simplex.

April 17 AARC 12 noontime Meeting:
Megabit Packet Radio in Santa Clara County: Status and Roadmap

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Feb 20 AARC Meeting: AX25 Protocol, Packet and APRS, Round Table
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NASA Announces Fifth Round of CubeSat Space Mission Candidates

Amateur Radio Participation in LADEE Lunar Science

ISS Slow Scan TV active

Amateur Satellite Information

AARC Frequencies

AARC Continuing Meetings

Previous AARC News Bulletins

Presentations at Previous AARC Meetings: If a particular topic not here, see Previous AARC News Bulletins

Amateur Television from AARC

NASA Schedules and News Links

W6CMU Wireless Innovators Page

International Space Station Amateur Radio Communications


Purpose:

Weekly Nets:

General Club Meetings:

Official US Time and Naval Observatory Master Clock

Radio Astronomy


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