Rogue Valley Amateur Radio Club
The club meeting will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2022 at 7:00 PM IN-PERSON at the Medford Police Department Community room, located at 219 S. Ivy St., Medford OR. There are no plans to setup zoom. The presentation will is To Be Announced. See the Meetings and Events page for more details.
Jackson County ARES (JC-ARES) Looking for Emergency Coordinator (EC) candidate
Jackson Co. ARES is looking for someone to fill the position of Emergency Coordinator (EC). JC-ARES is a 501c3 non profit and under the oversight of Jackson Co. Sheriff’s Search and Rescue. JC-ARES is making great progress, and needs someone with leadership experience at the helm. Please contact JC-ARES membership through email@example.com.
RVARC maintains a club email reflector.
The reflector is private, the contents are viewable only by subscribers, and only subscribers can send email via the reflector. New club members are (when I remember) issued an invitation to join. (There are a few expired invitations).
As an RVARC club member, if you would like to join, please send an email to our club newsletter editor and membership chair: firstname.lastname@example.org and say what email address you will be sending messages from.More info
Amateur Radio, also known as Ham Radio, is a popular pursuit and service in which licensed participants operate (and often build) radio equipment with a deep appreciation of the radio art.
Amateur Radio is a mix of fun, public service, and convenience. Although “Hams” get involved for many reasons, they all have in common a basic knowledge of radio technology and operating principles, and they pass an examination for the FCC license to operate on radio frequencies known as the “Amateur Bands.”
Because amateur radio is a social and service activity, Hams usually join one or more clubs and associations–such as the American Radio Relay League (ARRL)–as well as locals groups. In the Medford/Jackson County region of Southern Oregon, one local group is the Rogue Valley Amateur Radio Club (RVARC). We are a local affiliate of the ARRL.
Come join us! We love newcomers–old-time Hams, Newbies, or anyone interested in pursuing Amateur radio–licensed yet or not.