The SARC Shack is located above the club meeting room and access is only available via. an outside staircase. we have another radio shack in our portacabin
Yaesu FT847 Transceiver
Yaesu FT101ZD Transceiver
The Old timer with valve driver and Linear PA.
ICOM IC 9100 HF/VHF/UHF+1.2GHz Transceiver
Dave Grayson M0IUK Operating in contest with Jim M0OND (centre) and Graham M0IGS (RHS) chatting on the side.
Steve M1ERS working some DX on FT950 Transceiver.
Mike G7MLL and Barry G1NFO (Now Silent Key) working Digimodes on FT840
New power sockets fitted in each section of the Shack Desk.
Steve M1ERS Operating from radio on re-wired desk.
|Antennas repaired and assembled after gail force winds||Finally erected into position on top of the shack|
Portacabin Antennas (Planned)
The portacabin is powered by a petrol Generator which also chargers batteries via. a AC/DC UPS which can be used for lighting.
The portacablin is used for RCF examinations, storage and small workshop with work bench.
We have an adjustable aerial tower which we plan to repair, give a coat paint and get ready for some action.
The following antennas are planned:-
SARC QSL Card ( Updated on Jan 2018, MX0RCU has been replaced by original call sign GX3RCM)
QSL Design by G6DCT
Club QSLCard used to confirm radio contacts with other Amateur radio station throughout the world.
An electronic copy of the QSL card is also used for confirmed contacts on eQSL.