Welcome to BARC's new cyber home. 

We just underwent a website rebuild and host change so some things may not be finished or posted yet.  It will take some time until we can migrate all the old content to this site.  Until then if you are looking for an item on the old site you can find it here, (not all functions will work).

If you find a typo or problem please report it.

BARC in Cape Cod Times, Field Day 2015

Rob Leiden sets up his satellite radio transmission station at the Brewster Sportsman Club on Saturday during the Barnstable Amateur Radio Club's field day. Steve Heaslip photos/Cape Cod Times

WCAI visits BARC's Field Day

The pickup trucks parked at the Brewster Sportsman’s Club have unusually large radio antennas on them. Set up in the field just beyond the trucks are... View full story at WCAI's website.

ARRL Field Day 2015 - Logging

We will be using N3FJP's "Field Day Contest Log" software again this year.  Apparently our lock-up problems last year were related to the hardware running the software and not the software. (lets hope) So this year we will be rolling out the heavy hitter a Dell Poweredge1950 dual 3.0 GHz Xeon quad-core CPU, 1U server running Windows 8.1 Enterprise!  If it will not work on this we will be in the market for new software. 

ARRL Field Day 2015 - Operating Schedule

Please e-mail time requests to n1zpo@alsconnect.com requests will be taking as first come first served.

PLEASE NOTE:

Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire 2015

It was a excellent day for the 2015 Cape Cod Mini Maker Faire at Cape Cod Community Collage.  We had a lot more contacts than we expected (274!) and would like to thank all of the stations who made contact.

If you made contact with us and would like a certificate to confirm the QSO please use our log book.

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What we do...

Upcoming Events

The ARRL New England Convention

At the Holiday Inn in Boxborough, Massachusetts

Cookout and Fox Hunt (on foot)

Come join fellow Hams for a cookout and Fox Hunt on August 22 at Woodsong Farm in Brewster. The events are open to any amateur that would like to participate. For anyone that is reading this and asking what Fox hunting and Amateur radio have in common let me explain.

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