Bulletins (Sundays)(145.625 West Rand repeater)
- 11h15 Start of call in of stations.
- 11h30 Main bulletin start.
- 145.625 MHz (West Rand 2m Repeater) – Coverage Map
- Input: 145.025 MHz 12.5 kHz channel spacing)
- Relay of Bulletin on 7.140 MHz
- 439.000MHz (West Rand 70 cm Repeater)
- Input: 431.4MHz 25kHz channel spacing.
- 7.6MHz split – (linked to the 2 meter repeater on occasion)
The Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring QRP, Digital & Top Band Contests are now hosted by the Club
These generic QSL cards are available to SARL members only. They can be purchased in batches of 100 only. The cost is R75.00 per 100.
To order please send an email to email@example.com.
West Rand ARC Constitution
HAMNET Emergency Comms – Gauteng South – West Rand
South African DXCC receipients (ZS6EZ)
ITU Handbook on Amateur and amateur satellite services
West Rand ARC activities
Novice net takes place on the West Rand repeater (145.625)
POPS (Poor Old Pensioners)
This is an event that is open to all who would like to come and socialise, discuss ideas, fix equipment or just to pop in for a visit. So if you are free on a Wednesday, you are welcome to come and visit.
For more details, contact Keith Liddle ZS6AGF. He can be reached on 0824571501 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Novice Net takes place on the West Rand Repeater (145.625)