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BORED Net on Bozo

The BORED Net grew out of pandemic boredom and has evolved into a Monday – Saturday daily net of Ventura County hams. The net is called to order at 9 A.M. and runs for about 30 minutes. The Saturday morning net is linked with Paul Strauss’ (WD6EBY) repeater network for full Ventura County coverage. On

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CVARC General License Classes

The Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club is hosting remote General (Level 2) License classes consisting of 5 weekly sessions. The classes will use the Zoom video conferencing software. Download it free here: https://zoom.us/. Practice setting up a meeting (also free) and get familiar with the software BEFORE the classes start. You will also need a

10-10 Int. 10-10 Day Sprint

10m Only Classes:IndividualClubQRP Max power:non-QRP: >5 wattsQRP: 5 watts Exchange:10-10 Member: Name + 10-10 number + (state/province/country)Non-Member: Name + 0 + (state/province/country) Work stations:Once QSO Points:1 point per QSO with a non-member2 points per QSO with a 10-10 member Multipliers:(none) Score Calculation:Total score = total QSO points E-mail logs to:dbmorris315gmailcom Mail logs to:Dan Morris, KZ3T3162 Covington WayLenoir, NC 28645USA Find rules at:http://www.ten-ten.org/index.php/activity/2013-07-22-20-26-48/qso-party-rules Cabrillo name:10-10-SPRINT Cabrillo name aliases:10-10

EME-50 to 1296 MHZ Contest

Objective: To work as many amateur stations as possible via the earth-moon-earth path on any authorized amateur frequency above 50 MHz. http://www.arrl.org/eme-contest

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VE Test Session

Community Room, East County Sheriff's Station 2101 East Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA

CVARC conducts licensing exams, usually on the second Sunday of each even-numbered month at the East County Sheriff Station.  Exams are conducted by accredited Volunteer Examiners and sessions are sponsored by CVARC.  Exams are conducted for all FCC Amateur Radio license classes under the supervision of the ARRL VEC.  No pre-registration is necessary, walk-ins are welcome. 

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CVARC Newbie Net

7:00 pm on the BOZO Repeater (N6JMI) 147.885 PL 127.3hz. A local net designed to get newer hams on the air. We have great discussions and are here to answer questions.  Click here for more information.

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BORED Net on Bozo

The BORED Net grew out of pandemic boredom and has evolved into a Monday – Saturday daily net of Ventura County hams. The net is called to order at 9 A.M. and runs for about 30 minutes. The Saturday morning net is linked with Paul Strauss’ (WD6EBY) repeater network for full Ventura County coverage. On

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BORED Net on Bozo

The BORED Net grew out of pandemic boredom and has evolved into a Monday – Saturday daily net of Ventura County hams. The net is called to order at 9 A.M. and runs for about 30 minutes. The Saturday morning net is linked with Paul Strauss’ (WD6EBY) repeater network for full Ventura County coverage. On