• Would you like to make a donation to the Superstition ARC? We have multiple ways of handling it for you, including: Cash, Check, Debit/Credit cards, PayPal, along with Equipment /Estate donations. Check out our donations page for more information. https://superstitionarc.org/super_donations.shtml
  • Superstition ARC June Club Meeting - July 16th, 2019 at 640 N. Mesa Drive at the Charles K. Luster Building - From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - The monthly presentation for July will be on Blind Hams given by John KD8PC and Steve KB7KWK. John will explain how he does what he does.
  • Superstition ARC Annual Pizza Party at Organ Stop Pizza located at; 1149 East Southern Ave. Mesa, AZ. 85204 on Saturday July 20th, 2019 from 11:45 AM to 2:00 PM - Hope you can make it...
  • Superstition ARC August Club Meeting - August 21st, 2019 at 640 N. Mesa Drive at the Charles K. Luster Building - From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM - The monthly presentation for Augusr will be on Yaesu Fusion C4FM given by Derek Rutz K7NZ. He will explain system Fusion and C4FM that will be east to follow.
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Superstition Amateur Radio Club

The Superstition Amateur Radio Club has something for everyone - whatever your amateur radio interests are, you will find someone in the club to exchange ideas with, learn from, and or teach someone something new. Whether you want to learn CW (Morse code) and work other continents. Build and tune your own antennas, climb mountains and talk to other people around the world with portable equipment with Summits On The Air (SOTA). How about helping others build an Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network using 2.4 GHz , 3.3 GHz and or 5.8 GHz microwave nodes here in Mesa and the surrounding communities. Not only is it a lot of fun to build, you will be able to help out in case of an emergency with the services that you can help provide.

You can even help out the National Weather Service get “eyes on the ground” for weather reporting with Skywarn. Or any number of other activities with the new digital modes of communications that we as Amateur Radio Operators have available to us. You will find there’s always someone that you can chat with while you are learning something new with your Amateur Radio License...

[ Board Meetings ]

Are held on the second Tuesday of the month except December and the location is the Black Bear Diner located at 1809 E. Baseline Rd, in Gilbert, just West of Gilbert Rd. The meeting starts at 6:30 PM

[ Club Meetings ]

Are on the third Tuesday of the month except December and the location is the Charles K. Luster located at 640 N. Mesa Drive, in Mesa, just north of University Dr. The meetings start at 7:00 PM and are usually over around 9:00 PM.

[ SuperFest Committee Meetings ]

If you’d like to help out with this year’s event, the SuperFest committee meets monthly except for December just before the general meeting. The meetings run from; 6:10 to 6:45 pm. Contact the SuperFest Committee Chairman if have any questions.

Email John - KG7NSP chairman@superstitionsuperfest.org

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[ Superstition Amateur Radio Club On The Article Five Hour. ]

Listen to members of the Superstition Amateur Radio Club on the November 25th, 2019 show. We would like to thank JD Smaylis KF7VOX the host of the Article Five Hour for this show that was on Sunday afternoon on 1100 KFNX from 4:00 to 5:00 pm.

Superstition ARC On The Article Five Hour

[ Superstition SuperFest 2019 Event Information ]

Superstition SuperFest 2019 Grand Prize Tickets are now available at Special Events, Club Meetings and on our Superstition SuperFest Website!

[ Amateur Radio Newsline™ ]

Your independent source of Amateur Radio news for today's radio amateur. You can now listen to Amateur Radio NewsLine any time that is convenient for you and is usually updated on Friday of each week.
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Superstition ARC Committee News!

[ Superstition ARC Net News ]

The morning Drive Time Net which runs from 7:00 to 8:00 AM Monday - Friday is looking for a few people to help out as a Net Control Operators. If your interested or have some questions about helping out, please send Dave Muller an email at: k7av@arrl.net

[ News From The Tech Committee ]

The repeaters have been replaced with Yaesu Fusion DR-2x machines. The repeaters were in our possession on Monday Night (10-29) and we had the repeaters bench tested and installed on the same night. Thanks to KB7KWK and N9EIV for assisting onsite, and K9ZSR and KD8PC for helping testing remotely. One of the more amusing parts of the night was trying to figure out why the link from Stone Castle to Usery was so noisy, as part of troubleshooting that, we re-aimed the Yagi link antenna. Funny thing is, the antenna actually had full quieting RX of the Stone Castle when pointed at South Mountain, instead of at the Stone Castle. Right now that antenna point approximately 30 degrees off azimuth from where you would expect it.
Currently, this is how the sites are configured. Since the repeaters have dual receivers, whatever one repeater hears and repeats, is heard by the other repeater, and that one transmits it also. The link Yagi antennas are now RX only antennas.
Also, with our current configuration FUSION is NOT linked between the repeaters, this will be addressed at another time.

A huge thanks goes out to all Tech Committee personnel for all their continued work on keeping everything running...

Thanks Again,
Tech Committee Chairman

(Last updated 10-31-2018)

Report Repeater Problems: Tech@SperstitionARC.org

[ News From The IT Committee ]

Dale N7QJK has been working on needed changes and edits on superstitionarc.org site. The menu has been edited to remove the drop downs that didn't play well with Apple Products, he also changed the look of the menu. On the pages for the Communicator Newsletter was edited and moved everything to a single page. The Contact Us page and Contact page for the Officers and Board members were combined in to one page. The Club History page and the About US information was also combined together as one page alone with the Constitution and By-Laws. The footer section was also edited and a small menu was added for the Home, About Us, Contact Us and Membership pages. On the Membership page, Dale reports, that Ham Club Online - Amateur Radio Club Management System is now online. Thanks to Douglas W7ADD for getting this setup and running. It will make renewing your membership or joining the club so much easier. Douglas is also working on some edits and additions to take care of a couple of errors that occurred during the process to join or renew your club membership.

Another addition is a Signup Mail Form for people who are interested in participating in the Central Arizona Mesh Group. The mail form lets your join or be removed from mesh group's email data base...

The Officers and Board members would like to thank Dale for all of his hard work and the time he puts into keeping our website's looking good and working so well. We all hope the changes will help get clubs news and information out to the visitors of our website's than how it had been in the past.

(Last updated 1-25-2019)

Email Our Webmaster webmaster@superstitionarc.org

[ Superstition Mesh Network News and Information ]

If you’re interested participating and or helping with this project please contact Steve KB7KWK. The club is not directly sponsoring the project, and is being funded by donations from those who are interested in and have been working on this project. Click on the link below for more information
"Mesh Network Information" Page.

[ A Note From The Communicator Editor ]

Have an idea for an news article, or something you would like to submit for publication? Then use the link below and send it to Dave Muller - K7AV. We can always use articles and photos each month. So help Dave out and submit something today.
A quick note from Dave, I would like to thank those of you who have recently sent in some great articles, Thank You and keep them coming...

Email Dave Muller - K7AV - editor@superstitionarc.org

[ News From The SuperFest Committee! ]

John Wolven KG7NSP SuperFest Chairman, Announced at the March Meeting the list of Prizes for our 2019 event. They have been ordered and have arrived along with the 2019 Raffle Tickets. We submitted the event to ARRL and have been approved as a Sanctioned Event and are working on the letter to ARCA for the event as well. At the Falcon Field event we started selling 2019 Raffle tickets and did pretty good.

At the April meeting we will start working on bids and contracts the tables, chairs and porta jons. Along with contacting the companies from last year who donated some pretty fantastic prizes. Dan KC7MSU is working on a redesign for the 2019 flyer and will be getting that posted as soon as it's done.
If any of you are interested in helping out with the 2019 SuperFest contact John Wolven - KG7NSP or attend the meetings which are held just before each monthly club meeting from 6:10 to 6:45 pm. More information will get posted as we move forward with the 2019 SuperFest Event...

Email The SuperFest Committee Chairman: chairman@superstitionsuperfest.org and
for general SuperFest questions email: info@superstitionsuperfest.org

(Last updated 03-31-2019)

[ Countdown To The SuperFest 2019 Grand Prize Drawing. ]