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Category Archives: Field Day
At long last the Field Day results for 2016 have been released by ARRL and PARC has put in a very credible showing. Out of 132 entries in the 4A category, PARC has placed tops in Canada (again) with 6148 … Continue reading
Thanks to some superb weather (as opposed to last year’s monsoon) Field Day again proved to be an enjoyable affair, eagerly looked forward to by all club members. With all trailers, antennas and radio gear set up, it was off to … Continue reading
While it wouldn’t be an understatement to describe Field Day as a very soggy affair, it still didn’t dampen the spirits of those who participated and put in a very credible showing. Our score for 2015 is 7192 points, enough to give … Continue reading
Hi Everyone, I want to thank all of those PARC members who participated in this year’s Field Day. Despite very challenging conditions of torrential rain and strong winds, all of our stations operated through the 24 hr period. While our … Continue reading
Hi Everyone, I’ve received an update on our standing in Field Day 2014. Our total points were 7,348. That was enough to place us in 1st place in Canada in the 4A category, and in 15th place out of 150 … Continue reading
Hello Everyone, We are in our final week before Field Day 2014 starts. Field Day is being held on Saturday June 28th, 2014 to Sunday June 29th, 2014. The location will be the Flowertown Community Centre – the same location … Continue reading
The long wait is over and the Field Day standings are now out from ARRL. Despite a lower score than the preceding year, Field Day 2013 was another success for PARC. We came in as top Canadian in the 4A … Continue reading
Mayor Susan Fennell make a GOTA contact at PARC Field Day site. She really seemed to enjoy it and spoke highly of the club’s community efforts during a brief conversation with the U.S. station she contacted.
Don’s friend Frank, VE3NEP contributed these antenna plans to our field day effort.
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