We welcome all hams and everyone who is interested in amateur radio to join our club. The club meets the first Thursday of every month, at the United Methodist church. 500 Sunset Ave. Madera, Ca. at 7:00 PM. And all are welcome to attend. MAP. The Madera County Amateur Radio Club. was first established in September 1956. In conjuction with the Madera County Amateur Radio Club (MCARC), we use the W6WGZ repeaters located on Deadwood Pead near Oakhurst. They operate on 147.180MHz, +, with a PL of 146.2Hz and on 441.175MHz, +, also with a PL of 146.2Hz. All are welcome at our meetings and activites regardless of whether you hold a ham license or not and we are here.
Madera County Amateur Radio Club. 2-Meter Repeater Technical Information: CALL: W6WGZ/R LOCATION: Deadwood Peak. Two miles east of Oakhurst, . Madera Amateur Radio Club Overview. Madera Amateur Radio Club filed as a Articles of Incorporation in the State of California on Thursday, May 2, 1963 and is approximately fifty-five years old, according to public records filed with California Secretary of State.
Mar 05, 2015 · In 2007 the 4 meter band was made available for ham radio use in Madeira and Duarte was the first one to get a permit and be active on 70 MHz. When I met him at the ARRM club he was still a newcomer and a relatively new member. Clubs have always been good for . Jun 18, 2019 · I'd like to start an AM net on 15 meters, but that would require an antenna that does 15 meters. Luckily, I ordered a Rig Expert lately and will be able to make one quite easily.