Join us each Tuesday night on 147.24+ 100PL the Wyandotte Repeater for the club's information net.
You do NOT need to be a member of the MCRC to participate.
Each week we share news of interest and make announcement related to the club, ham radio, and other topics of community interest.
This is an organized net, we ask that you listen first and follow the instructions for the Net Control Operator.
Have a healthy breakfast, Ham is not on the menu.
MCRC board meeting.
All club members are welcome to attend.
*****2022 Annual Dinner*****
CW Sportsmen’s Grill
(Formally Sportsmen's Den)
15001 Sibley Rd.
Riverview, MI 48193
Dinner choices include:
All dinners include:
Adult beverages can be ordered from the wait staff on a cash basis.
Cost is $26.00 per person
Please join us at the Copeland Center for our monthly general membership meeting.
Pre-registration required. NO WALK-IN's ALLOWED! Limited to 10 people.
Masks are optional, but recommended. Disposable Masks and Hand Sanitizer will be available at the testing site if needed.
All payments are CASH only! Credit cards no longer accepted.
Please use entrance on Oak Street. There will be a sign on the door that says: "Amateur Radio Exams"
Items to bring with you:
As of November 1, 2020, you MUST register and receive your FRN number. Your Social Security number will no longer be accepted on the NCVEC QUICK-FORM 605.
*** NEW! PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY! ***
Instructions for candidates registering for an FCC FRN before Exam day
Required for e-filing with ARRL
Register in CORES (COmission REgistration System) and receive your FRN(Federal Registration Number) before sitting for your exam to ensure your new license is processed quickly and easily through the FCC's ULS (Universal Licensing System).
To conduct business with the FCC, you must register through FCC CORES and be assigned an FRN. This number will be used to uniquely identify you in all transactions with the FCC.
View the FCC web page New Users guide to ULS for step by step instructions on the registration process or the Commission Registration System Video Tutorialspage for videos that help guide CORES users through a variety of situations.
For assistance, submit a help request on the FCC’s Support Services page or call FCC at 877-480-3201 (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. ET).
After registering, you will have your login and password information and can access your FCC license record as soon as it's issued.
Please arrive at 9:00 am. Testing will begin after paperwork is completed and we should be finished by 11:00am.
Contact: Woody Kirkman - VE Liaison
Come join us for lunch before we head to the FD location to start setting up.
Members will be setting up the antennas, tents, trailers, and radios to be prepared to get on the air Saturday at 1400.
The goal is to get all of the equipment set up and tested before break for steaks.
This is a pot luck/ club supported meal. The FD cook will provide some staples items like baked potato and corn. Side dished deserts and other items will be pot luck.
Members who purchased a steak will feast upon the fire roasted beast. Everyone else enjoy the roasted corn, potatoes and other pot luck items.
Don't stay up too late. Get yourself in bed an ready for a weekend of hard core field day operations.
This registration form is for Steaks and T-Shirts only. Use the link in the club news for selecting operating and logging times.
There are still many volunteer opportunities available for field day.
Come one come all to a fun afternoon at Elizabeth park. Here is an opportunity to get some sunshine and enjoy the company of your fellow hams.
This is a BYOM event. (bring your own meal) Pack a picnic lunch for yourself and maybe a desert of special treat to pass around. This is NOT a pot luck.
You are encouraged to bring a radio and make some contacts as well. In the past some members have set up QRP or small portable stations to make a few casual contacts. Show off that cool new GO box you spent the summer putting together.
Maybe just relax by the water and watch the freighter traffic on the river. Bring your far-come-near goggles and spot some wildlife.
Suggested List of things to bring:
Food (remember to be sure and bring enough food for yourself)
Maybe a shade tent