Amateur Radio Club
Field Day 2022
Saturday & Sunday June 25-26
Field Day was a
great success, even though the new location did not allow for a full 24
hour operation, many Robertson County citizens and visitors to the park
got a chance to see amateur radio in operation and learn about the many
things that our group can do for the people of the area in many
different situations requiring emergency or non-emergency
Below are 2022 FD photos provided by our members and a link to an
article and video report from our local Smokey Barn News.
Tennessee Resolution to honor Tennessee's Amateur Radio Operators
April 18, 2022
Click Image above to see the story on Smokey Barn News
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The ARRL Field Day page can be found at
here for the 2022 Field Day Rules
Or you can download a PDF copy of the rules here
If you are not in our immediate area and would like to find a Field Day
location close to you,
click this link to
go to the ARRL Field Day locator page to find one. Click on the red
closest to your area for contact information for that field day site.
(NOTE: You do have to have
JaveScript enabled in your browser to use the locator. Click here to check to
see if it's enabled.)
RCARC Field Day Chairman is Bill Jones, N4LB
For any questions you can email Bill at email@example.com
The Public Is Welcome To Visit Us
Stop by and see what amateur radio emergency communications is all
Setup begins about 9am and official operations begin at 1pm on
Saturday. Field Day officially lasts for 24 hours but the park closes
at sundown so our Field Day operation will cease sometime in the late
afternoon, in time to dismantle and pack up the stations in time to
leave the park before it closes.
Field Day is ham radio's open house. Every
June, more than 40,000 hams throughout North America set up temporary
transmitting stations in public places to demonstrate ham radio's
science, skill and service to our communities and our nation. It
combines public service, emergency preparedness, community outreach,
and technical skills all in a single event. Field Day has been an
annual event since 1933, and remains the most popular event in ham
County ARC's Field Day site will be located in a new location this year.
be located in the center of J. Travis Price Park in Springfield, TN.
park is located just NE of the main part of Sprinfield.
three aerial photos below for details.
click on any of the three photos to take you to Google maps for
directions to the Field Day site from wherever you are located. Just
enter your address (or other location) in the
top box and then pick your route.
on any map will take you away from our site so we suggest you right
click and choose to open in a new browser tab or window
Coordinates for the site are:
Hope you can join us for some
fun. Even if you are not an amateur (ham) operator, you still might
have a chance to talk on the radio if you would like to try it.
haven't already volunteered for
Field Day and would like to let Bill know you will be
this link or email Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org
A wide birds-eye view of the 2022 RCARC
Field Day site
A little closer look at the site.
Street View as you approach the site
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