Welcome to the webpage for the Western Washington Section of the American Radio Relay League. There is a lot of great information items surrounding what is happening in the Western Washington Section. Please take a moment and review the provided
For over 100 years amateur radio and ARRL — the National Association for Amateur Radio® — have stood for the development of the science and art of communications, public service, and the enhancement of international goodwill. Amateur Radio’s long history
FCC to Require Email Address on Applications Starting on June 29, 202112/31/2020Effective on June 29, 2021, amateur radio licensees and candidates mustprovide the FCC with an email address on all applications. If no emailaddress is included, the FCC may dismiss
12/30/2020 The FCC has agreed with ARRL and other commenters that its proposed $50fee for certain amateur radio applications was “too high to accountfor the minimal staff involvement in these applications.” In a Reportand Order (R&O), released on December 29,
I’d like to take this day of being thankful to thank the members of the ARRL in the Western Washington Section. You have made our section a great section that is #3 in the ARRL. COVID-19 has made it difficult
An ARRL member received the following email yesterday that I need toshare with you. This is a scam so please delete it if you receive or have received thesame email. Please be assured that I would not use my position
Northern Florida ARES Requests Clear Frequencies for HF Nets09/16/2020Northern Florida Section Emergency Coordinator Karl Martin, K4HBN, isrequesting that stations not directly involved in the Amateur RadioEmergency Service (ARES®) response to Hurricane Sally please avoid3.950 MHz (primary) and 7.242 MHz (backup).
I am very pleased to announce to the Western Washington Section thatGeorge Stone, AC7AI, has been appointed to the Section Traffic Managerposition effective September 9, 2020. George is a respected and longtime traffic handler who enjoys passingradio messages. His primary
The Western Washington Section is looking for a Section Traffic Manager(STM). The Section Traffic Manager (STM) should have a solid understanding ofthe National Traffic System’s (NTS) goals and objectives as well asmethods used to handle, store and forward message traffic.
For some time the SEA-PAC Executive Committee has monitored the COVID-19 pandemic working closely with our local health, public and government partners in assessing this unprecedented situation. With approximately 60 days until the event, the Executive Committee has made the
The premier training and networking opportunity for Amateur Radio Service Emergency Communicators set for April 24, 25, and 26, 2020 has been cancelled due to concerns about the COVID19 virus. Thanks to everyone who has shown interest in this year’s