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If you didn't know by now the official site for the John Moiyle Contest will be the Mt Ovens - Chucky site. This year we will be going to the Mt Ovens West site - that we have not tried yet.
A link to the map is to your left under Trip Reports and the Big red X marks the spot. Use the link as well to zoom in.
As usual please watch here for the latest and greatest information. If you are a financial member please also join the mailing list, and if you are having problems logging into here, then contact Erik because he may need to reset your password manually.
Are you interested in becoming a Radio Amateur? A BMARC Foundation Course could be your first step towards a great new hobby or even a
career in electronics - and it only takes a commitment of one weekend. Our education team are waiting to
BMARC has just announced that there will be foundation license courses available on the second weekend of even months.
There will be more details later.
Up Coming Events
If you are looking here to see if the club will be open on Saturday - then there is a pretty good chance that it will be open.
Except the club will be CLOSED on the 15th of March 2014 due to the JMFD Contest.
John Moyle Field Day.
Time and Dates 15th-16th March Starts at 0100 UTC Spans 24 Hours.
There will be a "convoy" leaving from the Visitors Centre at Glenbrook on Friday at 10 A.M.
If you miss it come along anyway.
If you get lost try 147.500 MHz or email Erik - if he is in mobile range, he may be able to help.
The next general meeting will be held on Friday the 4th of April 2014.
Open from 7:30 Starting at 8:00 P.M.
So please come along and listen to a presentation by Tony on everything you ever wanted to know about the NBN.
So if you are interested in Amateur Radio and live in Sydney, or even further afield, then you are welcome to come and visit the Blue Mountains Amateur Radio Club.
BMARC runs 2 weekly nets at the following times and frequencies
8 P.M Tuesday
3543 kHz or as a trial maybe 3540 kHz or 7120 or possibly 7115 kHz depending on QRM & QRN so please try looking for us because we will be around somewhere for sure. We just have not decided yet what is the place to be for this time of year and some members are having lots of trouble with noise.
8 P.M. Wednesday
147.650 MHz in, 147.050 MHz out Also accessible via IRLP reflector 9501
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Last updated on the 8th of March by VK2EJH.