We offer a variety of Amateur Radio services and activities
Note – While the Club Membership year runs from May 1 to April 30 the following year, Club Membership & Renewal payment is due in September!To take advantage of many Club services and to participate in many Club activities a Membership is required.To join or renew is easy…Just send an email to email@example.com with the email Subject: –‘MARC Membership’
Then reply to the email that will be sent to you – filling out the required info and payment steps.
MARC Membership provides you with the following benefits:-
- to join Club virtual meetings
- to join the Club groups.io
- to receive Club News, Bulletins and interact with other Club Members.
- to use the Club Radio Station
- to remotely access the Club Radio Station
- to participate in the Club Field Day activities
- to participate in Club Basic & Advanced Courses
First VP Mark Scola VA3HES
Second VP Vacant
Secretary David Kingsland VE3MDX
Treasurer Jeff Stewart VA3WXM
The Club is located in the City of Mississauga, just to the west of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (FN03)
Members of the Club are involved with various public service and emergency preparedness activities.
The Mississauga Amateur Radio Club is incorporated as a not-for-profit organization, under the laws of Ontario.
Our Club Station is for use by Members remotely or in person*.
Facilities include a Flex 6600 transceiver with 10/15/20m beam and a 5 element 6m beam also a Flex 6300 transceiver with 40m beam and 80m dipole and 222 mhz.
Club Members gain access and instructions by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Radio Regulations require Advanced Certification for remote access .
VHF UHF EME Station
The Club Station also includes 144, 432, and EME equipment for Members use.
A Kenwood TS2000 for 144 with a 1.2 kw amplifier into a pair of 11 element beams with switchable polarity from vertical to horizontal for terrestrial or EME (Earth to Moon to Earth)
Another TS2000 is used for 432 terrestrial or EME with 4 x 28el beams in horizontal polarity with 250 watt amplifier.
Radio Amateurs of Canada
Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) is the national association for Amateur Radio in Canada. Visit www.rac.ca for details.
RAC represents all Canadian Amateurs at all levels of government. RAC provides liaison with government agencies and carries the Amateur voice about regulatory and spectrum issues to the discussion table with government and industry leaders, nationally and internationally.