Sheffield Amateur Radio Club
The Club to be apart off in 2022
Sheffield Amateur Radio Club has been proudly providing high quality training and services to the Sheffield area since around 1920. in Amateur radio What differentiates us from other clubs is our ability to truly connect with our members and give them the best in our hobby, with the latest radio equipment
not only club nights, but all year round , we provide the exceptional,help and training along with support they deserve. To learn more about our hobby , simply browse through our site.
In the coming year 2022 , The club is looking at a modular building , this will give the club new training rooms , meeting rooms and two new radio shacks within our complex , the club is moving forward as our hobby moves on. we pride our self's in giving the best to our members in their hobby ,
We hold open Day for members of the public to take a look at Amateur Radio and find out more about our Hobby , if you would like to know more please pay us a visit
Sheffield Amateur Radio Club
The Sheffield Amateur radio Club was founded in the 1920 and has a very long history of Amateur radio in Sheffield. The club operates from the same site and premises at the Transport Sports Club Meadow-head Sheffield. We holds our meeting every Monday night
We welcome all new comers to come along and pay us a visit, you may here our station on air if you are a short wave listener, we are on air Monday nights from our Radio shack here at the club. we would like to here from any short wave listener that may here our station on any of the bands
why not call or drop us a mail if you do here us our call is G3RCM is our call if you here us on the air. We offer a warm welcome to all our members and to our visitors to the Radio Club , here on our Website,
We hope you find our site interesting and consider joining our club. The club has invested time and money into the club with help from our members to upgrade out shack and antennas to give visitors and members the best out of our club in the way of amateur radio
Sheffield amateur radio club is not just about Radio that you can us at any Time, we help every one in getting all the information you need to enjoy this hobby with advice help and information, contact us Now if you would like more information, We are here for you
About Sheffield Amateur Radio Club
Sheffield Amateur Radio Club
The Sheffield Amateur Radio Club SARC is located in part of the Sheffield Transport Sports Club at Green hill Main Road (Meadow-head ) Sheffield.
We do all levels of training here at the club take a look at the rest of our site and we hope you enjoy if you would like to know more please go to our contact page , our radio shack is fitted out with all modes of radio for hf and vhf The Club bought a New Stepper IR 6/40m Antenna that our members installed on our p60 tilt over Tower for all our members to use on club nights also members could us our station 7 days a week 365 days a year if they like to work some radio for them self's
We will be installing a new 4 el stepper in the coming months this will be a great time at sarc for all, our 595 foot loop around our fields with our 4m 6 el and our 6m 6el beam is going on a new tower along with the 2m and 70cm antennas this will be used for usb and fm also for EME along with satellite work, all of members have access to 7 days a week 365 days pr year
there as been a lot of work been done by some of our members in the last months. Members have access to our Remote Base on the Flex 6400 this was fitted in 2021 by members more work to help new members enjoy radio and improve our club for all
our new vhf radio shack will be our next project,we will be fitting some older radio in there that we still us , we have just been cutting our grass on our fields ready for some great times working radio on
A little about SARC
Welcome to SARC’s club website for members and non members alike where we hope you will come along and get involved. Here, you will find all the latest news about club activities. We are a modern active club involved in all aspects of the Amateur Radio Hobby.Recently we have completed a overhaul of the club structure and reorganized our club to meet the demands of the modern day enthusiast.
We are a family club and have a pleasant relaxed club venue which meets every Monday Night except for Bank Holidays.
If you are interested in SARC then visit the [club contact us] on our contact page and fill in the enquirer form, we will be most pleased to talk to you.We have talks and events being planned throughout the year,
We look forward to seeing you, so, plug in and relax! at sarc its the club for you
What is amateur radio?
Amateur radio is a popular technical hobby and volunteer public service that uses designated radio frequencies for non-commercial exchange of messages, wireless experimentation, self-training, and emergency communications.
Amateur Radio is the only hobby governed by international treaty.
As a radio amateur you are able to transmit radio signals on a number of frequency bands allocated specifically to the radio amateurs.
Radio amateurs make use of their frequencies in a number of ways:
Contacting people all over the world by radio which often leads to developing international friendships
Competing in international competitions to test how effective your equipment is, and how good you are as an operator
Technical experimentation — many of the leaps forward in radio technology have been initiated by radio amateurs
Communication through amateur space satellites or with the International Space Station (which carries an amateur radio station)
Providing communications at times of emergencies and undertaking exercises to ensure you keep the capability to do so.
There is no better way to explore the fascinating world of radio communications than by becoming a radio amateur.
What can I do with Amateur Radio ?
Whilst the Internet has brought us instant world-wide email, VOIP and video communication, it is tied to an infrastructure of enormous proportions.
With Amateur Radio, you are communicating directly, “point-to-point” with no intermediate infrastructure. You are also communicating with people in their cars, on ships, on remote islands, and in under-developed parts of the world. But perhaps more importantly, Amateur Radio is not just about communicating — it’s about exploring the technology that makes radio communication work — the electronics, the antennas, the propagation characteristics of the ionosphere, and even computers that are linked to radio equipment for all sorts of purposes including specialized modes of communication, station logging, propagation prediction, etc. And most of all is making friends World Wide , why not visit our club and take a look around , you are welcome any time !!
Facility's at SARC
Exceeding Your Expectations With SARC
No matter what your needs , you can count on Sheffield Amateur Radio Club for the support you need in amateur radio . We see each member as unique, which is why all of our services can be completely personalized to fit specific needs and preferences in Amateur radio to suite you. . Browse through our website of the services below to learn more . about what we can do for you. all visitors are welcome to enjoy taking a look at radio at our club
Working with Group
Next Level Service
Frequently utilized by most of our members , this service has been essential to success on many occasions. When it comes to all of our services working with the scout groups and other groups are the most rewarding , you can count on us to take care of thire needs in amateur radio and every need. We pride ourselves on our exceptional service, and guarantee you’ll love working with our team. that will help in any way,Let us know how we can assist you today on your event .
We are Here For You
We want all of our members to experience the impressive level of professionalism when working with Sheffield Amateur Radio Club. All of our services, especially this one, exist to make your life easier and stress free in all your training . here you see people taking an exam at the club .You can trust us to supply you with the best help as well as top quality training at sarc. why not join in and enjoy your hobby.
Exceeding Your Expectations
No matter what your needs , you can count on the Radio Club for the support you need in amateur radio . We see each member as unique, which is why all of our services can be completely personalized to fit specific needs and preferences in Amateur radio to suite you. In 2022 the club is thinking off new Module building 5 block unit to bring our Training room more up to date , along with two new radio rooms , meeting room along with more facility's for members
one off our members Steve M1ERS runs 5 repeaters here in sheffield he as been in linking for many years moving with new technology to what we have today now in Sheffield and all over the world .
installing links for other clubs and groups, traveling to other radio club doing talks on the linking systems and setting them up here on our site you will see some short videos of all the repeater he runs
Browse through our website of the services below to learn more about what we can do for you. all are welcome
Here For You
We want all of our members to experience the impressive level of professionalism when working with Sheffield Amateur Radio Club. All of our services, especially this one, exist to make your life easier and stress free in all your training . Here you see people taking an exam at the club .You can trust us to supply you with the best help as well as top quality training at sarc. why not join in and enjoy your hobby.
Opening Hours of the Club
Come & Visit us at SARC
Every Mon - night 7.30pm Listen out for us on GB7SH Repeater Net Night from 7.30pm Monday nights
Get in Touch
Sheffield Amateur Radio Club is committed to exceeding your needs. Questions, comments or special requests? if you would like to know more about training then We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.