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Welcome to the Gwinnett Amateur Radio Societygroup

The Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society (GARS) is an amateur radio club and a special service club serving Gwinnett County, Georgia, in the North Metro Atlanta area. With over 300 members, GARS is an active part of the Amateur Radio community, and plays an important role in Gwinnett County.

 

Come join us at our next meeting or Workshop.

Guests are always welcome!

 

GARS 2018 Ham of the Year, W4HNG, Neal Gilchrist

HOTY

 

MEETINGS: 2nd Tuesday of every month (except December) starting at 7:00pm

WORKSHOPS: 3rd Tuesday of every month (except December) starting at 7:00pm


 

GARS TechFest Information

 


GARS MEETING

We meet on the second Tuesday of every month, except December. Guests are always welcome!

NEXT MEETING: Tuesday, February 12th – Doors open at 6:30pm, Meeting Starts at 7:00pm

LOCATION: At the EAA 690 Hangar (click here for more info)

PROGRAM:  W1AW Tour by Paul Kelley, W4KLY

UPCOMING MEETINGS:
* January – Radio Navigation by Jere Sandridge, K4FUN
* February – W1AW Tour by Paul Kelley, W4KLY
* March –

 


GARS WORKSHOP

We meet on the third Tuesday of every month, except December. The purpose of the GARS Workshop is to provide local hams (new and experienced alike) a monthly opportunity to ask questions and to learn, hands on, from other hams. Guests are always welcome!

NEXT WORKSHOP: January, 15th – Doors open at 6:30pm, Meeting Starts at 7:00pm

LOCATION: At the EAA 690 Hangar (click here for more info)

TOPIC: LOTW Part 2 by Mike, ND4V

More of the features of LOTW including setting up multiple Locations and reasons why you may want to have multiple locations,
reviewing your uploaded QSO’s on the LOTW website, checking your status towards earning Awards, and applying for Awards.

This would also give us the opportunity for folks to get help with the LOTW basics too.

Click here for more information about our Monthly Workshops

Click here to view our Previous Monthly Workshops and Presentations

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS:
* January –  LOTW part 2
* February – Soldering 101
* March – RF Hotspots
* April – Web SDR

 

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