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BARC – Bainbridge Amateur Radio Club – Bainbridge Island, Washington
The Bainbridge Amateur Radio Club (BARC) holds the callsign W7NPC in recognition of the role Bainbridge Island played during World War II . There were two major Navy radio installations on Bainbridge Island during World War II: a secret receiving station “Station S” located at Fort Ward and a transmitting station (callsign “NPC”) containing four 300 ft. towers and a 800 ft. tower, located at the current site of Battle Point park. The callsign NPC, sometimes unofficially referred to as “North Pacific Command” was used by the island’s navy installations.

The club is affiliated with the Kitsap County Alternate Communications System (ACS), RACES, and ARES, and most Club members hold identification cards from the Kitsap County Department of Emergency Management. The Links page and those agencies’ websites have further information.

The club provides communication assistance to community events such as the classic Chilly Hilly bicycle rally in February, and to the Rotary Auction in late June or early July.

Come join us at one of our monthly breakfast meetings and say hello!
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13 days ago by dustinvenegas

Welcome to the Puget Sound Energy—Amateur Radio Group's-Amateur Radio Emergency Services (PSE ARES) team website. PSE ARES’s purpose is to provide emergency communications support for Puget Sound Energy. In the event of a public communications system failure, PSE ARES will maintain vital public safety communications with city, county and state agencies within our western Washington service area.
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13 days ago by dustinvenegas
A modern, multi-megabit, IP-based, digital network for amateur radio use!
HamWAN is a non-profit organization (501c3) developing best practices for high speed amateur radio data networks. HamWAN also runs the Puget Sound Data Ring, which is a real-world network implementation of the proposed designs.

So far, HamWAN networks have been used for things like low-latency repeater linking, real-time video feeds from distant locations, serving APRS I-gates, providing redundant internet access to emergency operations centers, and more. Any licensed radio amateur in the service area can connect their shack directly to the network with just a small investment in equipment and no recurring cost. Since many traditional uses for Internet at home are not compatible with Part 97 rules, this won't replace your home Internet connection. However, it works and acts just like one.
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13 days ago by dustinvenegas
ARRL Radio Amateur Handbook 1968 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
ARRL 1968 Radio Amateur Handbook.Placed here to preserve for historical purposes.  Stilluseful and holds vacuum tube information for thevintage experimenters...
ARRL  ham  amateurradio  electronics 
17 days ago by dcowhig

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