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HamWAN Deployed!

Thanks to some great people, we were able to mount and align the HamWan antenna. Due to it’s highly directional characteristics it took several hours to accomplish. Bottom line we were able to connect to the internet and watch a … Read the rest

Upcoming Events

Lot’s of things on tap for September — be in the know!

Sept 14th – Tech Exam Training  Details Here
Sept 21st – Radio Clubs in the Park – 9am Details Here
Sept 28th – Breakfast Social – Bob Evans … Read the rest

Save SARNET – FDOT discontinuing support!

Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) management decided on Thursday August 15, 2019 to end all support for SARNET. This is NOT the SARNET Administrator. This action will have an immediate affect on SARNET since ongoing maintenance activities have also been … Read the rest

Radio Clubs in the Park – Sept. 21st @9am

We’ve had so much fun doing UPARC in the Park, that we’ve decided to do “Radio Clubs in the Park” on September 21st @9am at Eagle Lake Park in Largo. CARS/SPARC/UPARC will once again team up to have a great … Read the rest

Skywarn Training – August 13th 7pm

Skywarn Training Sponsored by the National Weather Service Pinellas County Emergency Management and Pinellas County ACS/ARES

Pinellas County ACS / ARES and Pinellas County Emergency Management will host a National Weather Service (NWS) SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotter training on August

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Jim Keller, W4WWJ — SK

It is with deep sadness to announce the passing of one of our original UPARC founding members, Jim Keller W4WWJ.  Jim was a heck of a good guy, he helped me out a bunch getting my D-Star hotspot up and … Read the rest

PHFD Chief Maciuba Retires after 35 years

We would like to thank Chief Maciuba for his support of UPARC over the past 5 years, and more importantly — his 35 years of service to the citizens of Palm Harbor.  Alan W4UB, Kevin KV4CT, and myself attended his … Read the rest

Field Day 2019 Wrapup

One could not have asked for better weather. An old standard is that ARRL Field Day is the fourth full weekend of rain in June. This year, that axiom proved false as there was not any rain in site the … Read the rest

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