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Hughes Amateur Radio Club

Who We Are

We are a community of Amateur radio operators who are dedicated to providing public service.

Upcoming Events

Date - Time | Event

  • Aug 10 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Aug 17 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Aug 23 - 12 noon | Meeting
  • Aug 24 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Aug 31 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Sep 07 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Sep 14 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Sep 20 - 12 noon | Meeting
  • Sep 21 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Sep 28 - 7:30 p.m. | Net
  • Oct 05 - 7:30 p.m. | Net


Spruce Goose HK-1 Flying Boat Special Event
Coming Soon!

Stand by for Spruce Goose special event Oct. 30 through Nov. 6, 2022

Sign up for Amazon Smile and help with donations for our club.

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2022 Field Day Results

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2022 W6HA Satellite Station works the International Space Station

With less than 5 minutes left in a 24 hour contest, the W6HA satellite team AB6UI & WA6NVL had yet to make a satellite QSO. At 10:57 AM PDT we did it with authority and talked to the ISS!
Check it out here

Field Day Countdown

Club Meeting

Program: Planning for the next two months
I. Open nominations from the Floor for May Officers Election
II. SAMO100 Plans
III. Field Day
IV. Presentation of new LOGOs

A day in the park - Build your own antenna

Balloon Tracking

To track the balloon referenced by AB6UI: Go to Then select 24 hours (for example), enter the callsign KK6BJ in txcall and click Search now... This will select contacts made in the last 24 hours. You can also select "map".

Club Meeting

11:45 a.m. Feb. 15, 2022
YouTube Video – 2 Meter Moxon Antenna 

            Also, Info on an ARRL Kit to build a 2 Meter Moxon

Sean O’Brian 50/50 Race Support

Feb. 5, 2022

The Sean O’Brian 50/50 is centered on the Malibu
Creek Campground State Park. It is two ultra-marathon
races on the same course w/staggered start times.
They are a 100 kilometer (60 mile) and a 50 mile
trail run. The Aid Stations (AS) are all several
miles apart, so our support is to help check that all
the runners are accounted for at each AS and
finally, at the Finish amd to communicate any
issues to the race director.

   Volunteer communicators from several clubs
support the race communications which is
coordinated by the Hughes ARC.
The Club sets up its portable repeater high on the
Castro Motor Way ridge, providing communica-
tions from the Start-Finish and NCS on one side of
the ridge to the Aid Stations, most of which are on
the other side of the ridge.
Club members and others interested in
volunteering should contact Dale, WB6MMQ.

Dale, WB6MMQ
Race Coordinator, Hughes ARC

See current Newsletter for contact information.

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