Kent Amateur Radio Society

Chestertown, Maryland Kent County, USA

Established 1986

KARS Field Day – 2019

KARS Participated in the annual Field Day on June 22-23 at the Massey Air Museum.  Thanks to Bobby, Kelly, N3WGC, for chairing the planning team and for all who participated.  Though conditions were about typical (poor) everyone had fun playing radio! Bobby made our submission to the ARRL and we ended up with 118 phone and 72 digital contacts. Our total score, including bonus points, should come out to 1,674.  Well done!

 

 

Worton Tower Project by Bill, N3DOU

Worton tower project report by Bill, N3DOU April 4 2019 Proper feed line bonding and grounding where our feed lines enter the building was pretty much non existent. I provided Stellar with a BOND BAR, 8 foot copper ground rod and ½” feed line ground kits. Stellar drove the ground rod in, cadwelded a #2… Continue Reading

Field Day 2019

KARS is planning to participate in Field Day, June 22 – 23, 2019.  The event will be held at the Massey Aerodrome.  If you would like to participate, please contact Bobby, N3WGC.  His E-mail is N3WGC@K3ARS.org. Continue Reading

Jamboree on the Air  2016

Jamboree on the Air 2016

This year’s Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) took place at the Chestertown American Legion.  The KARS EMCOMM trailer was there Saturday afternoon October 15th.  KARS member Chris Cote, KE5NJ taught the Merit Badge Class and Paul Gerhardt, from the QA Radio Club, manned the HF station in the trailer. Continue Reading

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