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The Saint Petersburg Amateur Radio Club celebrated 75 years as an active club in 2007. Our members take part in many different amateur radio activities including public service events and operating in several major contests throughout the year. Some of our favorite events are the ARRL RTTY Roundup, The North American QSO Parties, The Florida QSO Party, and the ARRL Field Day. Our contest group, holding the call W4TA, can work all modes but are very skilled in CW and RTTY. We take pride in providing training to any club member interested in learning about new operating modes or taking part in contest activities. The club also has an active VE team that conducts testing sessions each month. Each evening at 6:30 pm we have the club net on our 2 meter repeater, WA4AKH 147.060 MHz (no tone). This net meets 365 days per year so please drop by if you are in our area and say hello, visitors are always welcome.

Our club station is capable of HF communications on 160 through 10 meters with two complete operating positions. We have several HF antennas to choose from. We also have VHF/UHF capability for 144, 220, and 440 MHZ. We QSL 100% for all cards received.

73 de David, KR4U Station Trustee.

STATION NUMBER 1 With Ron KP2N, Past President.                                               STATION NUMBER 2.

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