International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend - ILLW
19 August (00.01UTC) to 20 August 2016 (2400UTC) - KSC Amateur Radio Club is planning to operate at the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse for the ILLW event. Stand by for more details.
Every Thursday @ 19:30
The KSC Amateur Radio Club will have its weekly repeater net this Thursday at 19:30 on the N1KSC repeater. As a reminder, the repeater frequency is 444.925 MHz with a 131.8 Hz tone, standard +5MHz offset. Please join us!
ARRL Field Day 2017
The KSC Amateur Radio Club participated in ARRL Field Day, June 24-25, 2017 at the Valiant Air Command, in Titusville, FL. We operated as a 2A station, with one rig devoted to digital modes (mostly PSK31).
Florida QSO Party 2017
April 29-30 - KSC Amateur Radio Club is pleased to announce our planned participation in the 20th anniversary of the Florida QSO Party http://floridaqsoparty.org/. We hope you are able to work us, and exchange QSL cards with us. We'll be sure to display them on the wall of our shack, and share the photos on our Twitter and Facebook pages. We will be on the air for the entire 20 hours of the party, operating from our shack, located on Kennedy Space Center, in Brevard County, Florida.
International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend - ILLW - 2017
20 August (00.01UTC) to 21 August 2016 (2400UTC) - KARC/N1KSC will be operating at the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse for the ILLW event. We will be setting up a portable stations at the lighthouse and endeavour to make contact with other lighthouses and amateur radio operators around the world. The event is organized by the Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society, ARLHS, which was founded in 2000. For more information about ILLW, visit their website at: http://illw.net - Read More...
ARRL Field Day 2016
June 25th &June 26th
Location: Valiant Air Command - Titusville Airport, Titusville FL
This is the single most popular Amateur Radio on-the-air event! More than 35,000 radio amateurs gather to operate from remote locations. Field Day is practice for emergencies, an informal contest and, most of all, FUN! It is a time where many aspects of Amateur Radio come together to highlight our many roles. It is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate Amateur Radio to the organizations that Amateur Radio might serve in an emergency, as well as the general public.
This will be our first year participating in the ARRL Field Day. The event will be fun, interesting and challenging, and if you get a chance to stop by and say hi, please do so!
View the calendar below for even more future events!