Black Hills Amateur Radio Club

Amateur Radio Emergency

Service - ARES

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Meetings

October 9th - ARES meets at the Home Slice Media Offices at 7pm on the second Tuesday of each month.  Offices are at 660 Flormann Street.

Newsletter

Edition - September 2018.  Access the ARES newsletter here.

Event Reports

 

Standardized Frequency

List

Here is a link to the ARES VHF/UHF frequency list.

CCC Activation

The ARES group set up this year at the Hill City CCC Museum on August 11th.  There was a fair amount of participation, with a number of hams stopping by during the day.  We tried two antennas and a few power sources, including a generator, batteries, and solar.  The bands were a bit on the poor side, but there was a lot of rag chewing right right in the operating booth.

Emergency Preparedness Fair

The ARES group participated in this year’s fair on September 9th.  It was a pleasant day for an outdoor activity.  The bands were poor, but we were able to hear some CW that provided a background for talking to folks about all that amateur radio has to offer and our roll in emergency communications.

Amateur Radio Emergency

Service - ARES

W0BLK
Black Hills Amateur         Radio Club Black Hills Amateur        Radio Club

Newsletter

Edition - September 2018.  Access the ARES newsletter here.

Event Reports

 

Meetings

October 9th - ARES meets at the Home Slice Media Offices at 7pm on the second Tuesday of each month.  Offices are at 660 Flormann Street.

Standardized Frequency List

Here is a link to the ARES VHF/UHF frequency list.

CCC Activation

The ARES group set up this year at the Hill City CCC Museum on August 11th.  There was a fair amount of participation, with a number of hams stopping by during the day.  We tried two antennas and a few power sources, including a generator, batteries, and solar.  The bands were a bit on the poor side, but there was a lot of rag chewing right in the operating booth.

Emergency Preparedness Fair

The ARES group participated in this year’s fair on September 9th.  It was a pleasant day for an outdoor activity.  The bands were poor, but we were able to hear some CW that provided a background for talking to folks about all that amateur radio has to offer and our roll in emergency communications.