BAARC 2014 FIELD DAY. CALL SIGN W5DRZ. Broken Arrow Amateur Radio Club. OBJECT OF FIELD DAY.
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To work as many stations as possible on any and all amateur bands (excluding the 60, 30, 17, and 12-meter bands) and in doing so to learn to operate in abnormal situations in less than optimal conditions. A premium is placed on developing skills to meet the challenges of emergency preparedness as well as to acquaint the general public with the capabilities of Amateur Radio.
Station setup at the site is available only to BAARC members in good standing
Non members are welcome to visit and operate on the stations available. There will be an operations board on site for signing up.
There should be availability to operate through the onsite BAARC member stations--- just ask.
Communicate with an officer of the club ahead of time and let them know that you are coming and how you would like to participate
Garden House and field North of Asbury Methodist Church
6767 Mingo Road
Field North of the Garden House
9836 E 66th
Entry off S 101st E AVE or Mingo
Don't be timid, or intimidated!
Don't be rude, but stand your ground, it's a very crowded operating event. Some take it dead serious, some, not so serious.
Use good operating practice and eek out as many contacts as you can.
A PILE UP CAN BE FUN!
You will make far more contacts by chiseling out a frequency and sticking to it, than chasing frequency after frequency.
OPERATING SCHEDULEBAND AND MODE