Our Next Meeting is on Thursday, March 8 at 7:00 PM
The program for this meeting will be given by Fred Curtis, KI6GRO. Have you ever wondered about what ARES is? How it operates? How to become a member? When and how ARES is used by the emergency services in San Diego county? How you, an amateur radio operator, gets certified for emergency deployment? FRED has all the answers! Join us for this very informative and interesting program.
All members and visitors are welcome.
Welcome to Amateur Radio Club of El Cajon's (ARCEC) website.
The objectives of the Amateur Radio Club of El Cajon, Inc. (ARCEC) are to encourage the furtherance of amateur radio and allied interests; to foster public service by the amateur radio community; the development of acquaintances; to increase our technical skills and knowledge of electronics as well as good operating practices for the increased enjoyment of amateur radio as a hobby.
After all what you put into Ham Radio is what you get out of it. Volunteer as much as you can. It is a lot of fun to see all the smiles.
ARCEC is an Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) special services club. We are a member of the San Diego Amateur Radio Council, Inc. (SANDARC).
Club members are encouraged to be members of the ARRL as well as the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES).
Many of our members also participate in the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES).