Non-Profit Exhibitors




Below are the Non-Profit Organizations that will be at Pacificon.

As you can see, they're among the best and most prestigious Organizations, Associations and Clubs in the area.
To see a floor plan showing their location, go to our Exhibit Space Layout page.

A downloadable PDF version of this list is available here.
(Note: in full size, it's formatted to print on 11" x 17" paper.)
We will have printed vendor & exhibitor lists for pick-up at Registration and Will-Call

  • American Legion Amateur Radio Service     http://www.alcapost318.org/index.php?id=90
         Amateur radio for American Legion members.
  • AMSAT                                                        http://www.amsat.org/
        The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation is the nation's premier organization for amateur radio in space.

  • Bay-Net ARC                                           http://www.bay-net.org/
    An open amateur radio repeater system providing wide-area coverage for public service events and emergency communications.

  • Contra Costa County Sheriff's Auxiliary Communications Service     http://www.cocoacs.org/
         Supporting the Contra Costa Sheriff's Office actgivities, such as Search & Rescue and special event security.
  • Digital Amateur Television (DATV)     http://www.mdarc.org/activities/repeaters/atv
         MDARC's ATV team demonstrating the latest technology in ATV.

  • U.S.S. Hornet ARC                   http://www.hornet-arc.us/
           Operating aboard the USS Hornet aircraft carrier museum, located in Alameda, CA.
  • Livermore Amateur Radio Klub (LARK)     http://www.livermoreark.org/
         Serving the communities of Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin California, and the surrounding Tri-Valley area.

  • Motherlode DX Contest Club                             http://mldxcc.org/
         W
    elcoming all interested DXers and contesting fans, both casual and rabid, from throughout the Mother Lode region of California.

  • Northern Amateur Relay Council of California (NARCC)    http://narcc.org/
         T
    he Amateur Radio coordinating organization for the 10 meter band and higher in Northern California.

  • Northern California Contest Club (NCCC)            http://www.nccc.cc/
         A specialized amateur radio club devoted to the pursuit of operating and technical excellence in radio contesting.

  • Northern California DX Club (NCDXC)           http://www.ncdxc.org/
            One of the best known and most respected DX clubs in the world.

  • Parachute Mobile                                                  http://parachutemobile.org/
        
    In the Air, On the Air. Operating ham radio gear while skydiving during Pacificon.

  • Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA)   http://www.qcwa.org/qcwa.php
        
    Dedicated to promoting the best interests of all amateurs, for now and posterity

  • San Francisco Radio Club                    https://www.sfarc.org/
         Celeb​rating 102 Years serving the city of San Francisco & the Community.
  • Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Society (SNARS)     http://snars.org/
          Serving the Amateur Radio Communities of Northern Nevada and Eastern California since 1968.

  • Silicon Valley Japanese Ham Club (SVJHC)    https://sites.google.com/site/svjhc1/
         An amateur radio club consisting of local Japanese hams. Activities including radio contests, BBQ and field operations.

  • Young Ladies' Radio League (YLRL)     www.ylrl.org
         An international nonprofit organization of women amateur radio licensees.