Cambridge’s amateur radio club is off the air for the time being after the shed where the group keeps their communications equipment was broken into.
The Cambridge Amateur Radio Club (CARC) has been connecting via short wave radio with other amateur radio groups across the country and globe for 50 years, and has a wide range of age groups who participate.
“A lot of us do contact from home. We do meet up once a week on Sundays and we meet in a parking lot and set up our radios and our antennas to see who we can reach,” Scott Mitchell, president of CARC told CBC News.
In 2022 the club connected with the International Space Station for a conversation with U.S. astronaut Kjell Lindgren.
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