Utah Amateur Radio Club

What's new

About UARC

Amateur radio in Utah

General amateur radio

Getting Started with the UARC HF Remote(s)

Status of the W7SP remote at Leamington: UP
Status of the WA7X remote at Fairview: UP

The Utah Amateur Radio Club operates remotely-controlled HF transceivers at site in grid squares DM39 and DM49 in central Utah. UARC members can use these remotes to operate on many HF bands.

The UARC HF Remotes utilize the software framework from the web site http://remotehams.com . You must register using your call sign, not any other nickname, then read the following rules: Guidelines for use of the UARC remote HF transceivers

Given understanding and acceptance of the rules, please request access permission from the HF Remote Manager (which is the current UARC President, Morris Farmer, AD7SR) by sending e-mail to Morris at ad7sr@comcast.net.

There are some registration and software setup instructions at the RemoteHams site, but first please read the following manual in PDF format which was written specifically for the UARC HF Remotes: UARC HF Remote Station Manual

Also available is this Quick Reference Guide to the UARC HF Remote: Quick Reference Guide

Principal Engineer for the UARC HF Remotes is Gary Crum, KK7DV, who can be reached by e-mail to kk7dv@arrl.net. Gary can help work any technical issues and answer any questions about these systems.

Technical details about design of the EFHW antennas: EFHWslides.pdf

Weather station data at both Leamington and Fairview radio sites is available here:
https://ambientweather.net/dashboard/ebc750df5e0c09c6c8f49bba42f030dc (Leamington)
https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/KUTLEVAN12 (Leamington)
https://ambientweather.net/dashboard/c48f15a9a7ed33b16fb9f8737b8ed4f7 (Fairview)
Return to UARC Home Page