Monthly Meeting Tues. Sept. 14th, 7pm

Our original venue at Casa Jimenez Restaurant at 921W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont Ca. 91711 has been made available for our members wanting to meet in-person and dine with others. We have been meeting here Since June. Several new members and guests have joined, and our “Hybrid” adaptation has presented some challenges but has worked well.

To allow time for Socialization and to expedite meal service please come to the Restaurant Early, We recommend arrival at least one hour early 6:00PM. Our Hybrid adaption Zoom.us video conference will also begin well before 7:00 allowing our Virtual guests to socialize. This is due to the venue closing earlier than before Covid, because of staffing shortages.

Please visit our Events/Activities – GOTAhams Monthly meeting – page on this website for much more information.

A Zoom.us invitation (link) will be emailed to members registered with our secretary Kathi, if you want to attend as a guest you are welcome to join (no license necessary) email kd6caf@gmail.com We look forward to seeing everyone there!

Claremont CARS Radio Swap Meet

August 21, 2021 6:00am – 11:00am

This is a recurring event every third Saturday of the month, except in the month of December. Granite Creek Community Church, 1580 N. Claremont Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711 

Disclaimer, GOTAhams is NOT affiliated with the CARS Claremont Radio/electronics swap meet. We participate as attendees and pass this information as a courtesy only.

Remember, After the Swap Meet, HAMs and Eggs at Casa Jimenez Restaurant

casajimenezrestaurant.com 921 W Foothill Blvd, Claremont, CA 91711

We do a hybrid Zoom TCARA “Elocution at Eleven” in the meeting room at the Restaurant

Invitation to Aug 11th TCARA presentation on RF Exposure

On August 11th 2021 7:00 Pm the topic of interest will be presented by Doug Barcon K6AHT (K6AGF Trustee) concerning the very timely subject of: Updated Radio Frequency Exposure Rules that Became Effective on May 3 2021

Doug posted this on FaceBook: (link to ARRL’s post Here)

On May 3rd, new FCC regulations on RF exposure became effective. The basics of RF exposure is incorporated into the technician class licensure exam. How many years has it been since you passed the technician exam? Learn about the changes to FCC regulations and how to evaluate your station at the August 11, 2021 TCARA meeting with a presentation on RF evaluation. The process is not as hard as you think if you understand it.

All interested parties are welcomed to attend, TCARA members will receive an email with a link, all others simply send an email request to attend at k6agf@arrl.net