Victor Valley

Amateur Radio Club


Apple Valley, California U.S.A.

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Members of ARRL since 1957


The VVARC Annual Christmas Party will be held at the Golden Corral in Hesperia on Dec 9 2014 starting at 1730 hrs.. The club will have three raffle prizes (1 mobile and 2 ht radios) available to all club members who have paid their 2015 dues by that evening.


The club has a new snail mail address:
P.O. BOX 91


The Club sponsors several Technician and General level HAM radio class each year click here for information

In addition, the Club along with W5YI, provide monthly HAM testing for the Victor Valley at all levels on a walk in basis. click here for information


Date: December 9 2014
Presentation: Annual Club Christmas Party
Golden Corral Restaurant, Hesperia (See Club Related Announcement above)

Visitors are always welcome to attend any/all Victor Valley Amateur Radio Club Meetings


Remember that every Sunday at 7PM the Club conducts a Net on the 146.940 repeater PL 91.5. - offset Get the latest club announcements and reminders. Also, our Club needs volunteers to help run the Net. If you are interested, please contact us. In the event that the repeater is down, turn to 146.535 simplex.

Net Roster - Excel format
Net Script - Word format

Apple Valley ECS net
Monday Night 7pm WW6Y repeater 147.855 / - / 186.2
High Desert Local Area Nets & additional Repeaters List — Excel format

VVARC QSL Managers Primary: Christy Hunter, KB6LTY

Secondary: Bruce Hunter, W6WW

Victor Valley Amateur Radio Club
P.O. BOX 91

The Sitting Bull Academy's Seismology Page, here's the link
earthquake pic
Don't know if you wanted to post this on the club site, but in case anyone missed them, here is a screen shot of the recent 48-hour period that included about eighteen earthquakes (pre-shocks, main quake, aftershocks) from La Habra (all except one). We also now have three instruments running, all recording pretty much the same thing. We're testing the performance of two different mechanical systems and three different electronic interfaces. At that distance, (about 65 miles from Apple Valley), the weakest quakes we can record are around M2.5 on a good day.
Station SBCA (AS-1 seismometer and old interface, magnetic damping):
Station SBA2 (AS-1 seismometer and new interface, magnetic damping:
Station SBA3 (EQ-1 seismometer and interface, oil damping):
If people want to download their own software to get very-near-real-time data from our stations or any of tens of stations around the country, the free software can be downloaded from:

The Forest Falls Flash Flood - 17 August 2012

Field Day Photos

Our General club meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. {except July}
at the Sitting Bull Academy, 19445 Sitting Bull Rd., Apple Valley.

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Our Club Board meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Denny's Restaurant {except July} 18989 Bear Valley Road, Apple Valley.
All club members are welcome to attend

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An Elmer is kind of like a mentor for amateur radio operators. As new operators, we need the experience, knowledge, and guidance passed on to us by those that have been practicing for some time. Thank you to those members that have stepped forward and volunteered to help members with questions. Feel free to contact anyone on our ELMER list when you have questions.

Name / Email Phone Number City Call Sign Specialty
Bill Baumruck
(760) 947-2667 Hesperia K6GZ HF/VHF
Jim Fosse
(760) 245-8644 Victorville KI6NJF Home Brew/Antennas/Digital
Dick Stephan
(760) 955-1609 Victorville KI6IXL Batteries / WOUXUN Radios / Radio Programming / Solar Power

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US Amateur Radio Bands

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ARRL's U.S. band listing

ICOM's U.S. band listing

Ian, G3NRW's 30 meter band digital usage chart

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