Welcome to the SSARC website. Here you can find information about our ham radio club based in South Kansas City in Belton / Raymore. If you’re interested in ham radio come check us out. There are lots of great local clubs in the area. We invite you to come to one of our meetings and check-in to our weekly net. Continue Reading →
IHOP was a success, changing to weekly venue to IHOP. The usual time: 7am IHOP 220 Peculiar Dr Belton, MO 64012 Menu: ihop.com
Had a good turn out for a presentation on logging given at the Oct 17th Club meeting, the presentation is available at the link below.
Updated 21-Oct 2202UTC Bidding is closed congratulations to the winners. A weekend work day will be scheduled in early November. I will be in contract with the winners to work out the logistics. Item Current Bid ($) High Bidder Rohn 30ft push up mast 25.00 N0IRN HF Multiband vertical 50.00 AC0QK ROHN 25G top section 25.00 AC0QK Three sections Continue Reading →
The Summer Breeze bike ride was held today August 27, 2017. The club repeater was used to coordinate the dozen or so Hams who supported the event. Sustained use such as what occurs during events like this is a good time to check that all of the cooling systems are working and nothing which should be cool is getting hot. Continue Reading →
The annual Southside Hamfest is rapidly approaching, full details on the Events page. New larger location with plenty of parking, don’t delay get those advanced ticket and table orders in.
Amateur Radio “Field Day” June 24 – 25 Demonstrates Science, Skill, and Service Members of the SOUTHSIDE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 24 – 25, 2017 at Belton Fire Station #2, 16300 N Mullen Road, Belton Missouri 64012. Since 1933, Ham radio operators across North America have established temporary ham Continue Reading →
Cass County ARES will be holding an HF Exercise on 29-April 2017 to test HF communications within Cass county. For this exercise frequencies on 40m, 60m and 80m will be used. Note: Participants are advised to monitor the SSARC repeater during the exercise. If problems are encountered, Net Control will call on the SSARC repeater. Net control will open a Continue Reading →