Lowcountry Amateur Radio Club
Summerville, South Carolina
P.O. Box 2614
Summerville, SC 29484
Disaster POD Communications Communication Frequencies
155.3700 PS/ 147.0600 AR
Transmission on 155.3700 frequency is only authorized by prior M.O.U. for use during emergency communications and training drills.
All equipment must be FCC Part 90 Type Accepted
Near Industrial Ave
2011 Annual Summerville Amateur Radio
Field Day Event
Sign up now!!!
No Club Affiliation Required
!!!!! 2011 Location to be announced !!!!!
The Low country Amateur Radio Club is a group of ham radio operators in the
Summerville, South Carolina area
that enjoy the fellowship of annual community communication events along with
collective sharing interest the hobby with the general public.
There are No membership dues
The club mission is to enjoy the world of communications, provide open access to
an HF Station for the interested and new ham to experience the World of
Communication along with promoting amateur radio
around the local community.
What is Field Day?
Field Day is the single most popular on-the-air event
held annually in the US and Canada. Each year
over 35,000 amateurs gather with their clubs, friends
or simply by themselves to operate.
Past Field Day Event Locations
2009 Summerville Church of Nazarene Hwy 78
2010 Sears Grand Ladson Rd
2011 Sears Grand Ladson Rd !!!!!
New to Ham Radio?
Would you like to experience the World of Ham Radio
on our HF Station located minutes from
Downtown Summerville. Talk to other
Amateur Stations Worldwide.
E-mail us to find out more!!!!
Ham Radio Field Day 2011
Interested in Volunteering for Public Safety Communications
(ACS) Auxiliary Communications Service
ACS Program is a part of a government entity. Activities and operations vary
by the particular needs and situations. The mission is to serve sponsoring
governmental jurisdiction in support of any possible need relative to
communications in an emergency. This means far more than being activated
in sporadic emergencies, or just operating radios in the field or at an EOC. It
includes thorough familiarity with any form of interpersonal or agency
communications. It is on-going. Its personnel are involved in day-to-day affairs
of that agency so the ACS Unit becomes an integrated aspect of the
sponsoring agency staff, albeit unpaid. Its leaders participate in the agency
meetings of appropriate interest or to those assigned due to their resource
talents and skills. ACS is a broad spectrum in aid of emergency response
communications for local government or a private organization. It is adopted
by those jurisdictions and organizations that prefer a dedicated unit of
Mobile Communications Trailer
Communications Trailer is a support function ESF-2
Amateur Radio - HF, VHF & UHF
Public Safety - 800 MHz, VHF & UHF
Amateur Radio Operators for Disaster Communications
Charles Gantt, KC4PPL
Tommie Williams, KJ4NBQ
Chris Lewis, KJ4HFW
George Post, KI4UIW
Travis Floyd, KJ4ONV
Harold Henderson, KJ4PBB
John Kealey, KJ4NBR
Inside SC DHEC Disaster Container POD (Lville)
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