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Welcome to ARC Lincoln County, Maine
Welcome to the Home of the Lincoln County Amateur Radio Group based in Lincoln County on the coast of Maine. Founded in the early 1990's, the group is realizing a renewed interest in the area. The purpose of the group is to promote all aspects of the hobby of Amateur Radio through member and public education, to train and prepare local operators for both emergency and non-emergency events, to support the Lincoln County EMA and to encourage and assist our fellow amateur radio operators and associated organizations.
Membership is welcomed to all radio amateurs as well as anyone with an interest in Amateur Radio.
President: Jose Douglas; KB1TCD
VIce President: Giff Hammar; K1GAH
Secretary: Joe Devonshire; AB1YO
Tresurer: Ed Wynne; N1WY
Amateur Radio License Plates
The Maine Amateur Radio Foundation (web site) is working hard to get HAM radio license tags. In order to do that, we need your help. For the initial run, we need 2000 tags and then another 2000 the second and follow-on years (minimum 4000 including renewals). The form to order the tag is available here. Download the form, talk it up and send it around!
Stand by to sharpen your message handling skills and have some fun during our upcoming Monday night nets. Check the RRI phonetics reference and training messages on the left menu.
The next exam session is on for 24 or 25 Apr 2021. We'll be holding it at the Warren Sanitary District again. The address is Warren Sanitary District, 442 Cushing Rd (Route 97), Warren, ME 04864. Map it at: https://goo.gl/maps/eVQLyhEfPJeNERQu8. If you haven't been there before, turn left at what looks like the farm. There is a small sign on the west side of Rt-97 at the turn.
Please call/email in advance if you want to take the test. We can't accept walk-ins.
Masks are required; please no face shields.
For 2021, all Exam Candidates must register with the FCC for an FRN number. The FCC site: New User Registration (click on New User Registration hyperlink).
There will be a 0900 and 1030 session.
The cost is $15, cash or check.
You must have an email address so you can receive the license. The FCC no longer mails paper copies of your license.
To register, contact Joe Devonshire, AB1YO (trainbee at aol dot com) or by phone: 207.549.0061. You will receive a confirmation email.