NASA Ames Research Center
Amateur Radio Club

photo of Ames Amateur Radio Club emblem
NA6MF
http://hamradio.arc.nasa.gov

Simplex Net: 146.445 MHz        Repeater: 145.250 MHz, minus offset, tone 123.0
Special Events including NASA-TV audio 146.490 MHz

What is AARC? | Getting a License | Links | Net Control Script | References
Shuttle Re-Transmission | NASA TV | Digital Communications | Events | DARTCOM

Last Update: October 29, 2014

Join the AARC (both contractor and civil servant eligible), click here
You don’t need to be licensed to be a club member (but we will help you get a license).

To subscribe to the AARC mailing list, go to https://lists.nasa.gov/mailman/listinfo/arc-hamradio
This page requests info, and lets an individual subscribe, unsubscribe, etc.

Don’t use your walkie-talkie while driving on Ames property

AARC meets every third Thursday monthly 12 noon at AARC Shack, talk-in 146.445 simplex.

Previous AARC News Bulletins and Presentations

Ames Amateur Radio Club activity during Open House
October 18, 2014
Image showing DARTCOM display tents with flyaway Ku-band dish antenna at Open House at Ames.

AARC Frequencies

AARC Continuing Meetings

Previous AARC News Bulletins

Presentations at AARC Meetings and other programs:

Amateur Television from AARC

NASA Schedules and News Links

W6CMU Wireless Innovators Page

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International Space Station Amateur Radio Communications


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Weekly Nets:

General Club Meetings:

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Radio Astronomy


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