The Local Ham Radio Club in Spartanburg is know as S.P.A.R.C. or Spartanburg Amateur Radio Club. The Club Call-sign is K4II. Sparc can be found online at K4II.com
The Local SPARC Repeaters are:
147.315 + (Tone 123.0)
The Un-Official Facebook Page of SPARC can be found Here
Meetings are held every Tuesday at 7:OOPM at the Spartanburg Herald-Journal located at 189 W. Main Street in Spartanburg SC.
The monthly business meeting is held on the 1st Tuesday of the month. After a brief time of business there is a short program presented on some aspect of Amateur Radio. At the close of the meeting there are doughnuts and tea for refreshments.
The members of the Board of Directors meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month for the purpose of planning and conducting the business of SPARC.
Every other Tuesday will be a ragchew session. Ragchew sessions are informal gatherings of fun and fellowship for “chewing the rag” about any and all subjects.
Parking is on the east side of the building with members and guests entering the building through the entrance on the east side of the building.
The Two Meter Net meets every Monday and Friday, 8:30 PM on 147.315 (+).
Our 70 cm net meets on the 1st, 3rd (and 5th) Thursday of each month, 8:30 PM on 442.075 (+).
SPARC Testing Sessions
Testing for an Amateur Radio License takes place on the
2nd Tuesday of every EVEN month, except December, at the Spartanburg
Herald-Journal , 189 W. Main Street, Spartanburg, SC.
The testing begins at 7:00PM. All interested in taking the
test need to be there between 6:30 and 6:45 for the purpose of filling
out the necessary paper work. Listed below are the items that each test
candidate must have with him or her.
Parking is on the east side of the building with test
takers entering the building through the entrance on the east side of
you must bring along the following:
* Picture ID
* $15.00 (preferably
* Any CSCE’s
(certificate of completion’s). First time testers will not have this.
* Original license
and a copy of license. First time testers will not have this
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