Club Announcements

New Hams

Someone is available before every regular meeting (around 7 PM) to answer questions from newer hams. We look forward to seeing some of the new hams if for no other reason than to meet you. Need help with your current handheld transceiver (HT)?  Bring it in with the manual and we'll try to help you out.

Sunshine Report

Everybody is on the mend; Bonnie, Maria, Marie and Lance. Our best wishes for a happy birthday go out to Harold, N3UMS.

Antenna Day

It was a dark and stormy night! But that was not this day. June 1st dawned bright and beautiful for the BCRC annual antenna day! Jack WA2RHJ and Del K2DOD co-chaired the event this year, and we had a nice turnout. We even had a visitor apply for membership! We set up a canopy, some tables, a couple rigs and thanks to Tabernacle ESB and CERT for use of their facilities and inverter for power we were all set to go. Folks started arriving around 9 AM to drink coffee, eat a variety of donuts (Russo’s apple cider donuts were still hot!) and soon we were testing antennas. A half dozen Hamsticks were tuned and we all learned how to set up and tune a portable loop antenna. When all else fails read the instructions! But we were successful since we used the antennas and completed several QSOs with museum ships weekend ships. In between we had many a discussion about antennas. But all good things must come to an end and just after 1PM we started dismantling our set up. Four hours (+) of enjoying the outdoors while doing some operating, tuning antennas, and learning antennas add up to a great day!


Public Demo of Emergency Communications
June 22 - 23

It's not too early to make plans now to join in the fun of Field Day.  Help setup the antennae and stations, operate the amateur radio bands, enjoy great food, even better companionship - fun and prizes galore!

The location of this year's Field Day will be at the Tabernacle Rescue Squad/EOC building. The street address is 134 New Rd, Tabernacle, NJ.

Stay tuned-in and up-to-date on FD news by attending meetings and checking out newsletters leading up to the event.

Yahoo!Group K2TD-BCRC

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All members are encouraged to sign up for the Yahoo!Group K2TD-BCRC. This can be a valuable communications tool for the club. If you don't have a Yahoo account then sign up. Registration is easy and free! Get started by clicking the Yahoo!Groups icon to the left.

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