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Welcome to the ARRL South Carolina Section Website from
Marc Tarplee, N4UFP your SC Section Manager

If you have comments or questions. please e-mail me at n4ufp@arrl.org

Check out the links on the menu bar for more information about the SC Section

FACTOID:

Which US states have the most hams? Which have the fewest? Check out the charts below:

Factoid charts 1 and 2

Our own state, SC, comes in at number 30.

The image below shows what happens when the world’s countries are resized according to their population of amateur radio operators. Japan, whose amateur radio population is the largest of any country and roughly double that of second-place USA, dominates the resized map. Of course, there are two countries that do not appear at all on the resized map: North Korea and Yemen, which do not allow their citizens to operate amateur radio equipment.

Ham Radio Factoids fig 1

 

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Rock Hill Hamfest + ARRL SC Section Convention 7 October 2017

SC Section Convention, sponsored by the York County Amateur Radio Society (YCARS) Date: 10/07/2017 Location: New Kirk Baptist Church 175 Museum Road, Rock Hill, SC 29732 Hours of Operation: 7:00 am – 1:00 pm Website: http://www.ycars.org Talk-In: 147.030- (PL 88.5) Public Contact: Andy Kunik , AE8J 1625 Restless One Lane, Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: …

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Anderson Hamfest 21 October 2017

Anderson Hamfest Date: 10/21/2017 Location: Darwin Wright Park 106 Anderson Beach Blvd, Anderson, SC 29621 Hours of Operation: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon Website: http://www.andersonradioclub.com Talk-In: 146.790 Public Contact: James Littleton , WB4LZT 217 Hayes Road Pickens, SC 29671 Phone: 864-884-3507 Email: wb4lzt@arrl.net

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