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Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club

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Central Oregon Coast Amateur Radio Club is a 501(c)3 public charity and is listed as Oregon Coast Emergency Repeater, Inc. (OCERI)
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COCARC is appreciative of the generous support from the Florence community including the West Lane Community Foundation, Elks , Rotarians, the Three Rivers Foundation and the West Lane Translators. Our ongoing mission, to provide emergency communications for West Lane County.
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As a benefit of Club membership, members are offered the first opportunity to purchase items for sale. After an initial offering the items are removed from the club site and sold on Ebay. Monies generated for the club are used to support club operations and equipment purchases.Click on the Logo to the left to visit the Club's Ebay listings.
Current Events
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Yaesu FTDX 1200 ham radio for sale. Asking $725.00
Looks brand new. EXCELLENT condition.
These are very desirable radios. eHam rating of 4.6/5.0
This was used on low power for digital.
Reasonable offers will be considered.
Contact: Jim Evans at 541-992-4828 Leave a message

International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend 
August 18 and 19  
All are invited to attend the ILLW event which will start at approximately 8 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. The event will be at the Heceta Head Lighthouse Innkeeper's house. Parking at the Inn keeper's house is limited to Bed and Breakfast guests, it is recommended that you park in the lower parking lot and walk up to the Inn (remember parking fees). Contact participants on the Herman repeater if assistance is needed.

Next Portable Radio Session with Jay
Our last session was spent working our way through the menus of our HTs to manually set frequencies and CTCSS tones, and reviewing the standard offsets for repeaters. The CTCSS tones “wake up the repeater” and also provide some separation between groups using the same frequency.

During our August session, there will be a review of manually setting frequencies and CTCSS tones. Then we will get into how to use Winlink for sending text and email messages via radio and computer.

Next get-together date: Thursday, August 30th, 2:00-4:00pm
Location: Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue building, 2nd floor room, 2625 US-101, Florence https://goo.gl/maps/U1zynEZrxp82

Bring your HandyTalkies (HT) and their manuals, and your questions.

73
Jay

Jay Guettler
KI7UPY
jguett@gmail.com
425-239-0609


Frequency List Update

Click the About Us Link and then Area Frequencies on that page.
Frequency list updated to include current status of Repeaters and Digital Frequencies available. The Glenada repeater is active and is in flexible mode to accomodate  Digital and FM traffic.
Local public service frequencies provide for those with scanners
Club Picnic
Club Members plan on attending September 22nd more information to follow


COCARC Wednesday morning Koffee Klatch
Clawson's Wheelhouse the corner of
Highway 126 and Highway 101
Starting at 8:00 A.M.

COCARC Board Meetings are held
on the First Wednesday of each month 0930 A.M.
at the SVFR Main Fire Station, second floor.


Earthquake Info you should know

W7FLO-R Echolink connection open to
all amateur stations world wide.

Last Update 08/4/2018