Field Day 2018...

VE4BB was on air for 24 hours!
1 PM Saturday, June 23 to 1 PM Sunday, June 24, 2018

Field Day is a chance for the public to come and see Amateur Radio operators in action as they set up their stations in public places like parks and schoolyards and communicate with each other around the globe with methods from Morse Code to satellite or Moon-Bounce.

- see Ham radio's latest developments

- digital, satellite, internet linking - learn what it takes to get your own Amateur Radio Certificate.

- Can you text faster than a Ham can send Morse code? - Come take the challenge!

Camp Amisk, Rabbit Site June 23rd, 13:00 CST

Are you new to amateur radio, or an experienced operator looking for new ideas? This afternoon workshop, expanding on the “junk” antenna build from Winter Field Day 2018, will explore how odd items can be transformed into extraordinary antenna systems.

Learn about the tools and tricks of a craftsman as we attempt to build “The Outhouse” a dual band 40M / 15M portable inverted-v antenna out of sewer pipe, some wire and those coffee cans full of fasteners that have been sitting around for decades.

Mistakes will be made, problems will be solved, questions will be answered and, in the spirit of field day, we will hack together a functional “emergency” station!

Stick around after the workshop, experience the excitement of field day and get on the air as VE4BB will be operating two stations that need operators!

Workshop presented by Colin Mantay, VE4CEM

 The WARC 2018 Field Day was held at Camp Amisk

Check out Derek VE4HAY's video of our 2015 Field Day site - Click Here

Saturday evening Field Day 2015 Photos by Mark VE4MAB - Click Here

Some of our previous Field Day Operators....


Winnnipeg Amateur Radio Club