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Welcome to the Santa Clara Valley Section Website! Keeping you up to date and informed on the latest information available for the Santa Clara Valley Section.

Newly Elected Section Managers to Converge in Newington

This weekend, 12 newly elected or appointed Section Managers will be in Newington at ARRL Headquarters for an orientation workshop. The primary purposes of the three-day workshop sessions are to share ideas and to provide basic administrative, management, leadership and motivational training. “The Section Manager Workshop is an orientation and training event for new Section Managers who have come on board within the last year, or for those long-term Section Managers who have never attended the workshop” said ARRL Field Organization Team Supervisor Steve Ewald, WV1X. “We have conducted this training each year here at Headquarters since 1992, and it has been well received by past participants.” The workshop provides an opportunity for the Section Managers to chat among themselves or within the group, and to share their own views...

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Welcome Brandon NI6C!

SCV Section Members; It’s with great excitement and enthusiasm I introduce and pass the virtual baton to our new Santa Clara Valley Section Manager Brandon Bianchi, NI6C. Originally licensed in April 1995 as KE6THG, he upgraded to General in 2006 (taking the call N6OOB) and Extra in 2007 when he changed to his current call of NI6C. He is also licensed in Switzerland as HB9EGB. Brandon has been an active member of numerous amateur radio communities over the past 15 years and grew up around amateur radio. His father Jim Bianchi, W6DIA and sister Brittany Newell, KG6GIX are also active amateur operators. Most recently he has been serving in the role of Assistant Section Manager for the Santa Clara Valley (SCV) over the past term. Brandon has also held various other positions for clubs and groups throughout the state...

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Event Calendar

Keep up to date on club meetings, testing, and section events with our event calendar.

Violation Reporting

If you wish to report harmful interference you can use this form to inform the SCV OOC.

SCV Hams Setting Records

SCV Hams break 80 Ghz world distance record. more…

EC Reporting

You can use this form to conveniently submit your monthly EC/DEC reports.

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