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Skywarn - Weather Spotting
Fall River County Emergency Management with the National Weather Service
will be conducting a SKYWARN Weather Spotter Training class April 9th at the Annex building at 6:30PM.

The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club Meeting will be held at 5:30PM April 9th

The Big Mick is Back! Century+ Ride Half-Century Ride

Volunteer Ham Radio Operators Needed

Email your interest in helping to hsarc@k0hs.net

Proposed Bylaws Changes

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Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club


The Hot Springs Amateur Radio Club (HSARC) is located in Hot Springs South Dakota. We hold regular meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm.

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An amateur radio operator is an individual who typically uses equipment at an station to engage in two-way personal communications with other similar individuals, on radio frequencies assigned to the amateur radio service by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States and the International Telecommunication Union worldwide.

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Billie on air for World Autism Awareness Week
Proper Etiquette for Using Repeaters
Good Operating Practices For Repeaters
Leave pauses: so others can join in your call. Listen Before You Talk: If you just turned your radio on listen for a minute before transmitting so you do not step into an ongoing conversation.. Station Identification & Making a Call:  “This is K...O... on the .700 repeater” If someone is scanning this tells them where you are. Roundtables:  With more than two people, make sure to send it to the next person in the group. Nets and Emergency Net Situations:  Respect others use of the equipment. Be mindful that you are representing all Hams in a very large geographical area since our repeaters are linked countrywide. DO NOT Monopolize the repeater.
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