Updated 13 March 2018, 0015 UTC

Next Meeting 7pm Tuesday 3 April 2018
Smitty's Restaurant

March 2018 Issue of The Kingston Amateur News

VE3KBR HRD Remote Station Operations Guide V2.0 dated 1 January 2018

Ontario's Distracted Driving Law extends Section 13 - Amateur exemption for holding or using two-way radio until 1 January 2021, see below for details.

KARC RAC Insurance Subsidy Proposals Report

Celestial Navigation
presented by Carlyle, VE3WIO, at the November Meeting

Canada C3 Expedition, CG3EXP, WSPR, RAC Canada C3 Expedition Award
presented by Chip, VA3KGB, at the September Meeting
(PDF, 2.7 MB)

WWV - More Than Just A Time Signal
presented by Chip, VA3KGB, at the March Meeting
(Powerpoint Show, 15.5 MB)

Free Powerpoint Viewer

The KARC Archives Project

The Club's Meeting night has now changed to first Tuesday night of the month at Smittys. The Club 2 metre Net will remain on Tuesdays at 1930 hours (7:30 pm) except on Meeting nights.

NVIS Presentation, 4 October 2016, by Peter, VE3POA (1.7 Mb PDF)

2016 ARRL Field Day Photos, Wolfe Island

KC2MAZ (VE3WIO) Co-linear Array Presentation
from the KARC Meeting 4 May 2016

Ontario's Distracted Driving Law
Print out and keep a copy in your vehicle of Ontario's "Display Screens and Hand-held Devices" Law and amemndment which is now in effect since 26 Oct 2009
Section 13 - Amateur exemption for holding or using two-way radio until
January 1, 2021 (Amended December 12, 2017)

12 Dec 2017 Amendment, Ontario Regulation 475/17, PDF format:
English  francais

Online Ontario eLaw:

ONTARIO REGULATION 366/09 - Service Ontario eLaws
English  francais

PDF format:
English  francais

PDF format with highlighted Section 13:
English  francais

N3KL Current Solar Activity
      Solar X-rays:          Geomagnetic Field:
Status Status
From n3kl.org

KARC 2m Net Controller Script (16 April 2013 revision)(PDF file)

Join the Kingston A.R.C. "freelist" The Kingston A.R.C.  uses Google Groups to act as a convenient means of sending everyone that is on the list, Kingston ARC info, and Amateur Radio related email by sending it to one address.

While Google Groups does provide list admins with a means of inviting users, due to the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation effective July 1, 2014, Subscribers must now take a more active role in the subscription process.

To subscribe go to: Click here to go to KARC Google Group

Or contact Larissa, VE3KGC, for more help.

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