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Shiawassee Amateur Radio Association [SARA]

"Whiskey 8 Quack Quack Quack"    ~    Established: January, 1958 an ARRL Affiliated Club since 1961
IARU: 2 Grid Square EN72wx   Latitude: 42.9819 N   Longitude: -84.1164 W   Alitude: 760 ft.

Meets at: James P. Capitan Center, Lower Level; 149 E. Corunna Ave.; Corunna, MI 48817 Monthly: 2nd Tuesday @ 7:00 PM

You're invited to a SARA club meeting!  7:00 PM the 2nd Tuesday of each month in Corunna, MI.

Contact us at:   SARA / W8QQQ <Email>


    Page Last Updated: 17-Apr-2021

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SARA Meetings Details


SARA Calendar from the W8SHI site.


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United States Information Areas: {Ham Radio}

Follow the links below for further National Level information: {Click the 'Blue' links to go to the site}

American Radio Relay League ~ National Organization for Radio Amateurs ~ Extensive typical links for ALL Hams on a large range of topics!

US Radio Amateur Radio Communication Emergency Services ~ Emergency Communications Organization [RACES].

UALR QSL Database ~ University of Aakansas at Little Rock Database for Callsign Lookups.

QRZ Database ~ Online Callsign Information Lookups.

QRZCQ Callsign Server ~ (and DX Cluster) Callsign Search.

International Operation Information:

If you wish to operate a ham radio outside os the United States, then special considerations must take place. Here in Michigan, many hams use their equipment in Canada as well as the US. Also, operations in the Caribbean Islands, etc. are used when we go on vacation. YOU MUST have proper documentation to use these privileges.

International Amateur Radio Permit ~ The IARP is used for operating from certain countries in the Americas. These are issued by member-society of the International Amateur Radio Union [IARU] for the country of original license. For the US this is the ARRL. The permit is valid for 365 days or license expiration (which ever occurs first). The operation must follow the rules for the country from which you are operating - be sure you know what rules you need to follow! Read the ARRL site information carefully and to get an IARP application.

Countries include at this time (July, 2020): Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haite, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, United States of America, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Your original license and an IRAP is all that is required for operation(s). Amateurs can find a list of the countries which accept an IARP at http://www.oas.org/juridico/english/treaties/a-62.html. An informational operational document is available to assist you: US Amateurs Travelling and Operating Abroad - informational document (February 2019).

Other foreign operations require additional considerations ... start on the IARP page and look for 'International Operating' and 'Operating Overseas' for further help.

 

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