Thanks to everyone for helping out with the radio and Morse code demos at the GOG Cannery on Aug. 20th. A special QSL card was created for the event and distributed to all who made a QSO.


 

Our next regular meeting will be on January 25th,

at the Steveston community Center, Coho Room

Guest Speaker: Keith Witney, VE7KW to talk about his participation at the 18th World ARDF Championships in Albena, Bulgaria

 


REGISTRATION FOR NEXT RADIO COURSE BEGINS. Basic course starts on Feb. 4, 2017 and runs for six Saturday mornings form 9 AM to noon with exam on Mar. 18. Click on course logo for updates or send questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 


   Thanks to everyone for attending the radio seminar on Nov. 26th, especially those coming all the way from Chilliwack, Maple Ridge, North Shore, Coquitlam and Surrey. Also special thanks to speakers representing SOTA (Vancouver Is. South), ARDF (RadioSport Canada), City of Richmond Emergency Programs, and Richmond ARC members for adding value and diversity to the agenda of Amateur radio topics.

Saturday, 10th December 2016 19:06:42

Richmond Facts

Geography:     Latitude 49º 10' 59.1" N
                         Longitude 123º 8' 0.7" W


Elevation:         Averages one meter above sea level.


Area:                  50.067 square miles
                           129.666 square km
                           32,043.477 acres

Club Repeaters

VHF Repeater:

  • VE7RMD: 147.140MHz, +600kHz, 79.7Hz 

 UHF Repeater:

  • VE7RMD: 442.375MHz, +5MHz, 203.5Hz

 VHF Repeater Net:

  • Where: 147.140 MHz +600, 79.7Hz Tone
  • When:  Every Tuesday  from 1900 – 1930 hrs

The idea of forming an Amateur Radio Club in Richmond, British Columbia was conceived somewhere around the 1950s. Meetings have been held at various locations over the years including several member's homes, a barn loft, the East Richmond Community Centre, the Worker's Compensation Board Building, and finally to the current location at the Steveston Community Center.

The Richmond Amateur Radio Club is a member of the Emergency Management BC and also operates VE7GOG for the Parks Canada Gulf Of Georgia Cannery historic site. The station is equipped with HF, VHF, UHF, and packet.