Our meetings are the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. For the foreseeable future we will be meeting online. Check the events calendar to confirm the dates and any changes due to holidays etc. We will be meeting via Zoom for the next while. An email has gone out to the membership with the […]
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Meetings at the hall are cancelled – watch this site for updates on our return. Most Saturdays we meet informally in the basement of the Salvation Army Hall at 6125 Nelson Ave. in Burnaby. Map Coffee available and often someone brings donuts or some other snack (hint hint). Same format as Metrotown, usually chat on technical […]
The 2019 BARC Christmas Party will be held at ABC Country Restaurant (Schoolhouse) 300-100 Schoolhouse St. Coquitlam BC (Lougheed Highway and Schoolhouse) Friday December 13, 2019, Time 6:30pm Members and their wives, girl friends significant others, friends of the club are all welcome. If you plan to attend, please contact Lou by December 02 via […]
The 2019 World Scout Jamboree is being help in West Virginia and the Ham Radio station will be on the air 24hr/day for the duration. They would love to speak with hams from around the world. For more detail see out events page: Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) at World Scout Jamboree 2019
[The Jamboree was held July 7th to 14th and was a great success. The Ham Radio station gave out ~280 badges to Scouts who completed a 12 items checklist that included; learning the phonetic alphabet, talking on the radio, sending and receiving a short code message, translating 3 messages of the day, learning the first […]
The Club repeaters are presently located atop Mt. Seymour.
The VE7RBY repeater system consists of the following:
- VHF 145.350 MHz (-600)
- VHF 224.800 MHz (-1.6)
- UHF 442.850 MHz (+5)
All repeaters require a Tone of 127.3 Hz
The Club Net is held on the VHF repeater, 145.350 MHz (-600), on Monday nights at 8pm.