Welcome

Our Mission

"Through education and services, the Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club will enhance community emergency communications and promote amateur radio activities, thereby advancing the contribution of amateur radio in the Greater Snoqualmie Valley Area."


Amazing pictures of the Sun from the Solar Data Analysis Center at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland USA.  Click on this image to find out more!
Solar Images From GFSC/NASA Site


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Next SnoVARC Meeting Sept. 4th

Program

CERT Drill

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If you are a licensed amateur, someone that has interest in becoming a licensed "Ham" or just interested in what we are all about please join us.

Click Here to See Pictures of the Repeater Installations

Cougar Mountain Repeater

Start using Cougar Mountain Repeater for Net nights and other emergency activity starting May 1st.

441.825 MHz + shift with a PL tone of 103.5


Just a reminder the ACES Class is coming up on the weekend of April 11th

Take a few minutes and go the ACES site and see what it is all about. http://www.oregonaces.org/

 


You Think Your Tower Is Tall? HA!

How to Properly Install Connectors
Part 1 Part 2

See A Little Ham History Here!

See The Largest SteppIR Yagi Stack In The World

What is the Evergreen Intertie


Amateur Radio "Say Hello!"


(Click on the image/video above to learn about Ham Radio)

Emergency Communications

When an emergency occurs in the area all amateurs are encouraged to monitor the Primary Repeater:
Cougar Mountain: 441.825 MHz + shift with a tone of 103.5

Back up repeaters:
Duvall: 443.250 MHz positive shift with a tone of 103.5
Carnation: 145.590MHz simplex with a tone of 103.5

The 441.825 Repeater Frequency will be monitored by the EOC at the Duvall Fire Station Headquarters.

If the above repeaters are not accessible then use the Simplex Frequency of 145.590 MHz.

 

 

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