Here you will find information our repeaters, monthly club meetings, board meetings, memberships, general contact information and activities. Including our SuperFest Website information.
The Superstition Amateur Radio Club has something for everyone - whatever your amateur radio interests are, you will find someone in the club to exchange ideas with, learn from, and teach. Whether you want to learn CW (Morse code) and work other continents, build and tune your own antennas, climb mountains and talk to other people with portable equipment, help build an emergency communications mesh network of microwave nodes, help the National Weather Service get "eyes on the ground" for weather reporting with Skywarn, or any number of other activities, there’s someone to chat with...
[ Amateur Radio comes to the "Article Five Hour." ]
JD Smaylis KF7VOX host of the Article Five Hour and his in studio guests, Club President, Steve Estes KB7KWK, Board Member Brian Betz W7JET and Virgil Silhanek K7VZ President of the ARA. Spent the entire show discussing Different aspects of Amateur Radio and Emergency Communications. During the November 27th broadcast of the Article Five Hour show.
[ You Shop, AmazonSmile Gives Back. ]
Check out our new Cafe Press Online shop! Find what you're looking for, for yourself or great gifts for your family or friends. You'll find unique merchandise with the club logo on t-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, stickers, and more. Your purchase benefits the club's repeater and general funds.
[ Andy KD4ABB's Presentations Multiple Subjects ]
[ UFH/VHF - TV Twin Lead and Ladder Line Antennas. ]
[ John Groseclose WX4LTG Photography Website. ]
John WX4LTG gave his presentation on lightning protection while outdoors and how to stay safe.
John Groseclose WX4LTG Photography Website
[ Superstition ARC - 449.6000 MHz Repeater - Live Audio Feed ]
[ Amateur Radio Newsline™ ]
Your independent source of Amateur Radio news for today's radio amateur. You can now listen to Amateur Radio NewsLine any time that is convenient for you and is usually updated on Friday of each week.
Listen to Amateur Radio NewsLine™
Are held on the second Tuesday of the month except December and the location is the Black Bear Diner located at 1809 E. Baseline Rd, in Gilbert, just West of Gilbert Rd. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM
Are on the third Tuesday of the month except December and the location is the Charles K. Luster located at 640 N. Mesa Drive, in Mesa, just north of University Dr. The meetings start at 7:00 PM and are usually over around 9:00 PM.
If you’d like to help out with this year’s event, the SuperFest committee meets monthly except for December just before the general meeting. The meetings run from; 6:15 to 6:45 pm. Contact the SuperFest Committee Chairman if have any questions.
Email JD - email@example.com
[ Superstition ARC Net News ]
The morning Drive Time Net which runs from 7:00 to 8:00 AM Monday - Friday is looking for a few people to help out as a Net Control Operators. If your interested or have some questions about helping out, please send Dave Muller an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
[ News From The Tech Committee ]
On Saturday March 18th the Tech committee took advantage of the cooler weather. We went out to the Stone Castle site and lowered the tower down with help from Brian KG7SGO from Apache Sands Service Center and one of his tow trucks. We took apart the antenna and inspected it for any problems then reassembled it and. all looked good. Dan W7TWR, inspected the tower itself and found it to be just fine. Then with Dan’s guidance we removed the old coax and hard-line and replaced it with new hard line from the antenna all the way to inside the Stone Castle. With help from Andy KD4ABB, we replaced and installed two new ground wires from the antenna to the base of the building. We also began work on making it easier in the future to work on the antenna without having to lower the tower down. Thanks to Larry AB7C for taking the rotor plate to his home machine shop and cutting the hole in the bottom. In the future we will be able to lower the antenna through this hole and down the tower. We do still have some work to do there however. Thanks to Dan W7TWR, Larry AB7C, Neal K9ZSR, Andy KD4ABB, Dale N7QJK, Steve KB7KWK, and Mike K7URK for your help with this project…(Last updated 3-28-2017)
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[ News From The IT Committee ]
Dale N7QJK has been working on continued changes and edits on superstitionarc.org site. More photos have been added to the clubs Photo Gallery and still working out a few bugs. The Events Calendar has been re-edited and a couple of color changes. The Officers and Board members would like to thank Dale for all of his hard work and the time he puts into keeping our website's looking good and working so well. We all hope the changes will help get club news out to the sites visitors easier than how it had been in the past.
(Last updated 3-28-2017)
Email Our Webmaster firstname.lastname@example.org
[ Superstition Mesh Network News and Information ]
If you’re interested participating and or helping with this project please contact Steve KB7KWK. The club is not directly sponsoring the project, and is being funded by donations from those who are interested in and have been working on this project. Click on the link below for more information
"Mesh Network Information" Page.
[ A Note From The Communicator Editor ]
Have an idea for an news article, or something you would like to submit for publication? Then use the link below and send it to Dave Muller - K7AV. We can always use articles and photos each month. So help Dave out and submit something today.
A quick note from Dave, I would like to thank those of you who have recently sent in some great articles, Thank You and keep them coming...
Email Dave Muller - K7AV - email@example.com
[ News From The SuperFest Committee ]
JD Reports all of the prizes and tickets have arrived. Live and Online sales started on January 17th. Dale N7QJK has been working on the editing for the SuperFest site and the flyer can be downloaded from the website. We are still a long way off from our yearly event and everything is right on track for another great event that should top the 2016 event in attendance and in ticket sales. If you would like to volunteer to help with this years event, contact JD at the email address below.
Email The SuperFest Committee Chairman firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our Superstition SuperFest Website for all of the latest information and to purchase tickets for our Grand Prize Raffle Drawing.
[ Countdown To The SuperFest 2017 Grand Prize Drawing. ]