The following steps are recommended for obtaining such callsigns:. By filing an Help Request ; here is the suggested content:. On the FCC form, click on the to see the list of Acceptable Digital Formatsand then after Would you like to attach supporting file s?
We unfortunately have lost three more members of out Net family. Their obituaries are on the Silent Key page. The articles can be read by going to the QST page.
This page is a special place for remembering our friends. Fred was one of the first elmers I had. He made Field Day fun and addictive!
Details will be updated as they come available. He and Laurie volunteered, danced and travelled the world until they settled at Landmark Village in Cremation has taken place.
Our webmaster is compiling details on each person including photos. Silent keys are listed in alphabetical order by call-sign. We strive to include every club member that has passed away while they were a club member in good standing.
A Silent Key is an Amateur Radio Operator who has passed away; his or her Morse code "key" will no longer be heard on the air waves around the world. Also called 'hams', many amateur radio operators are engineers or scientists. This fund was established in memory of hams who were members of Pacific County Amateur Radio Club, and family members who were hams in other communities.
Stan Goldberg is a familiar name to comic book aficionados for his artistry in Spider Manthe Incredible Hulkand the Archie series. A Silent Key, in Hamdom, is usually a title reserved for a deceased licensed operator the 'key' reference being a Morse code keybut a search of the Internet and the FCC license database web page did not turn up a call sign for him. Unless his record has been dropped from the database, Mr.
This is an award which is given annually to the member of the CKARC who by his or her service to the club, the community or Amateur Radio, exemplifies what the public service aspect of the hobby is all about. To serve the Public Interest, convenience, and Necessity. To Promote the enjoyment of Ham Radio by providing an environment which will enhance the opportunities for individual growth in the hobby. Several are involved in contacting station around the world via several of the Amateur Radio satellites that are currently orbiting the earth.