The goal of this event is to make contacts and talk to other operators using NVIS techniques.
No restrictions on operation, just get on the air and operate with your best NVIS antenna. Bands of interest are 40 m, 60 m, and 80 m, depending on conditions. We suggest this identifier when calling to make it easier to identify participants: ‘CQ NVIS Ontario “Call Sign”’.
Sunday Sept 24, 2017, 13:00 – 18:00 EDT
SSB: 3.700-3.750; 5.3305, 5.3465, 5.3570, 5.3715, 5.4035; 7.040-7.070
CW: 3.550, 5.3305, 5.3465, 5.3570, 5.3715, 5.4035; 7.030
The Homebrew Group is meeting throughout the summer.
The next meeting of the PARC Homebrew Group is on Wednesday, July 19th at 1715 Meyerside Dr. Mississauga at 7:30 EDT. Pre-meeting dinner is at Kelsey’s, Dixie and 401 any time after 5 p.m.
Bring along your current project for “Show and Tell”.
There will also be a discussion on our Fall Buildathon project. If you don’t know what it is come out and learn all about it.
If you live in the Brampton/Caledon neighbourhood and have an interest in Amateur Radio, you’ve come to the right place. You’re sure to find activities of interest to you, and a great bunch of fellow radio enthusiasts.
Joining PARC is Easy
Download our membership form which is in PDF format. After you have printed it out and filled it in, either mail it or, better yet bring it in person to the next meeting! Membership types and fees can be found on the form.
If you want to get your license, we can help! Why not come on out to one of our meetings and meet the gang? You will be most welcome.
The club meets on the first Tuesday of every month, except for July and August.
Keep in touch here on the web-site and on the club repeaters.
Join PARC Special Interest Groups on Yahoo Groups
(These links take you to Club sponsored Yahoo Groups. To have full access you will have to register with Yahoo Groups. All these links open a new Tab)
- PARC eGroup – This is a Yahoo eGroup for PARC members & friends.
- Brampton-Caledon ARES – facilitates communications between the Club’s ARES members.
- PARC Homebrew – a forum to discuss project ideas, homebrew techniques, etc.
- Pi Guys – a group for folks interested in using the Raspberry pi mini computer.
Feel free to explore this site to discover more about the history of the club, activities, interest groups, and current news. If you would like to learn more about the club or about amateur radio, please contact us. We would like to hear from you!
The Peel Amateur Radio Club is a proud supporter of the City of Brampton.
We are also pleased to offer support to the Town of Caledon.
We are also a proud supporter of the Region of Peel.
The Peel Amateur Radio Club honours the CIBC for its support of our Emergency Programs.