VE1AEH Tower

VE1AEH Repeater

The club's repeater is located in Glenmont. Some features are analog/digital voice, packet and IRLP/Echolink.

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Club History

Kings County Amateur Radio Club dates its beginnings back to January 21, 1969, when a group of 12 local amateurs grouped together to form a club.

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Awards

The club has the February Challenge, which offers participants a chance to earn a CW, SSB Phone and Digital Modes award.

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Local Amateur Radio Clubs Achieve Their Best Results in North American Field Day

Jayden Robar-Boudreau, VA1ALO, a newly certified amateur radio operator is seen here during one of his middle-of-the-night shifts at the Get on the Air (GOTA) station during the American Radio Relay League’s (ARRL) Field Day held on June 25-26 across North America.

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KCARC Ham of the Year 2020/2021

CARHOF Welcomes New Trustees:
Helen Archibald, VA1YL and Neil King, VA7DX July 2021

The Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame’s Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Helen Archibald, VA1YL, of Port Williams, Nova Scotia and Neil King, VA7DX of Vancouver, British Columbia have joined the Board of Trustees for three-year appointments.

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KCARC Ham of the Year 11 Mar 2021

It is with great pleasure that at our March 2021 meeting our past president, Wayne – VE1BAB, presented Lysle – VE1BZE with the KCARC’s Amateur of the year award for 2020/2021.  Lysle was instrumental in purchasing and organizing the requirements to upgrade the Club’s VE1AEH Repeater.

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KCARC Ham of the Year 2020/2021

Recipient of the RAC Amateur of the Year 2020: Al Penney, VO1NO. 2 Mar 2021

The RAC Board of Directors takes great pleasure in selecting Al Penney, VO1NO, as the recipient of the RAC Amateur of the Year Award for 2020 in recognition of his tireless efforts to promote Amateur Radio in his home province of Newfoundland, throughout Canada and internationally.

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RAC Amateur of the Year 2020