Come out and learn all about the exciting world of ham radio! Amateur Radio is the original social networking technology! A hundred years ago — long before computers, ipads, cell phones, the Internet, wifi, or other communications technologies existed — Amateur Radio operators hams were talking with each other across town and around the world. Hams today use a variety of the latest technologies to communicate wirelessly by Morse code, voice, and computer — completely independent of any commercial infrastructure such as telephone lines or cell towers. Once you have the radio it is all free.
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We have repeaters on One weekend in June is set aside for the annual Field Day testing of emergency field communication capabilities. Emergency Services Support. CLARA members have provided communications for bicycle events, flu clinics, severe weather nets, lost person searches and more! We provide communications support to civic and public service events including runs, bicycle rides; emergency communications during hazmat incidents, fires, snow emergencies, missing child searches; weather spotter support to local officials and the National Weather Service during severe weather. Our club is more than just communications support, however. We have our annual club dinner in January, annual club picnic in June, Saturday morning breakfasts, and at least three social nights out per year in lieu of a club meeting.
We are proud to operate one of the finest and most active repeater systems in Ohio. We are working very hard to make and keep it the best. Our five 2-meter, and three centimeter MHz have many "bells and whistles". First is our The "24" repeater provides excellent mobile and hand held coverage in and around Central Ohio.
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