Welcome to the Madison County Amateur Radio Club of Central Indiana 



Just in case...

You haven't heard, the Linwood EOC is closing, and we will be following the Anderson Repeater Club/EMA to the far east of the 3 buildings at Rangeline and St Rd 32. It has a name I can't remember. But hopefully someone reminds me. Be sure and watch the newsletter, listen to the net or talk to Dale, KV9W or Mike, KC9DJU on the status of the move and if you would like to help with the packing, etc. that needs to be done. The last I heard, we are supposed to be in the new EOC by January 13th.

Upcoming Activities

Meetings: The Thursday morning meeting is cancelled due to Thanksgiving day falling on the same day. The December Monday night meeting will be on the 1st at 7PM at the Linwood EOC (for now).

Madison County ARC Club History compiled by Dick, WA9STB and Steve, WA9CWE check out http://www.w9vcf.org/history.htm
MCARC Club net every Wednesday evening at 8pm on the W9VCF 145.39 Repeater - Informal ragchew on 28.465 after the 2m net is over. The main repeater is down, and the repeater we are using now is not on PL. Be sure and turn your tone squelch off for now.
Breakfast every Saturday morning at Eva's  (old Waffle House on Broadway) at 9 AM.
Pictures from the IN State Parks on the air from Mounds State Park 2011.
Pictures from INPOTA at Mounds 2012  -  page1
W9VCF Field Day Log
New pictures by Mike, KC9DJU
Dale, KV9W's INQP rover setup
Pictures from the swap at the Military Museum
INQP pictures from KC9DJU
For you RC flyers, or future RC flyers, check out the Madison County R/C Flyers WebSite  


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Madison County ARC
Welcome to the Madison County Amateur Radio Club of Central Indiana web site. We are a club of around 40 members who enjoy a variety of interest in the field of Amateur Radio. We own and operate the W9VCF repeater on 145.39 Mhz which is on a PL tone 151.4 hz to keep out interference. The repeater is located on top of Community hospital in north Anderson and the tip of the antenna is probably around 145 feet. The main repeater is a Motorola MSR 2000 running 80 watts. Backup repeater is an Icom IC-RP 1510 with an output around 10 watts. The repeater system uses a DB 224 antenna and Wacom 641 duplexers.
Corrections, additions, dead links, information, email:  k9mi at comcast.net