Welcome to the Catalina Radio Club

NOTICE: Echolink to the W7SA repeater is down until further notice

Welcome to the CRC Catalina Radio Club (W7SA.ORG) for 2024!

·  On-The-Air Event

·      Next On-The-Air event to be held Friday June 28, 2024 at 1700 Z

·      Net control will be W7SA Catalina Radio Club Station Tucson, AZ

·      1700 Z – 20M Phone USB  14.270 : If the frequency is busy move up or down 5 kHz.

·      1720 Z – 15M Phone USB   21.305: If the frequency is busy move up in 5 kHz increments.

·      1740 Z – 10 M Phone USB 28.380 : If the frequency is busy move up in 5 kHz increments.

·      1800 Z – 20M Digital-USB.  Mode - Olivia 8-500.

Our next General Member's meeting will be on Wednesday, July 18th @ 6:30 PM at the Cattletown Steakhouse & Saloon, 3141 E Drexel Rd, Tucson. Our speaker is TBD at this time.  Please watch this space for updates.

A new board for the CRC was elected last year, with Steve Castle, N7FUL, as the new Chairman.  Our new Bridgecom 2m repeater is now online and functioning well. It is an open repeater, so any licensed ham radio operator is welcomed to give it a try.  Any QRM reports related to our repeater should be send to W7SA-bod@googlegroups.com.

All Raytheon employees are welcome to join and participate in CRC activities. For further information, email to CRC Board of Directors, w7sa-bod@googlegroups.com

At this time, local Amateur Licensing exams and classes are offered by the Radio Society of Tucson club (K7RST), OVARC testing, and online (ARRL.ORG and others). The CRC does not currently provide license training, but with your help, we hope to change that in 2024.

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Raytheon Missiles & Defense
P O Box 11337, M/S 842-12
Tucson, AZ 85734-1337 

Established - 1954

Our Mission

Promoting amateur communications and experimentation, providing communications when possible in times of emergency or disaster, providing assistance to the newcomer in the amateur ranks, and working with all concerned in an effort to see that the laws governing amateur radio are upheld.

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