SEARM Scanner Club
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Welcome to the information Wiki on the South East Arizona Radio Monitoring Scanner Club.
SEARM - South East Arizona Radio Monitoring Scanner Club
If you live in the counties of Pima, Pinal, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, Cochise and Santa Cruz County, Arizona and enjoy monitoring Public Safety, Aviation or any other type of two way radio communications then this site is for you.
Whether your a "rookie" or an old hand at this hobby you are welcomed! Even if you have nothing to contribute, come enjoy a dinner, if you'd like, while someone else shares interesting finds, new equipment or other fun knowledge.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest. Scanner is not necessary :) There are no membership fees. There is no formal hierarchy, as the club is an unofficial gathering of Scannerists, like yourself.
The South Eastern Arizona Radio Monitoring Group meets:
- Date: Every 3rd Saturday of the month
- Time: 6 pm to 8 pm or 9 pm
- Location: The Village Inn at 6635 E.Grant Road
- Meetings are informal.
- Be prepared to talk or hear about anything and everything.
- All are welcome - even spouses!
From time to time, we provide those in attendance an opportunity to see, hear, or build new things that will enhance our scanner activity. In the past we've seen several software radios demonstrated. We've built J-Pole antennas, tuned to a specific bandwidth with minimal cost. Somebody will always have the newest and hottest radio to share.
Yahoo Group - SEARM
If you'd like to become a member of the Yahoo Group dedicated to the SEARM community go to the following link, SEARM Yahoo Group. This group sends out e-mails about activity in our area of interest.
Prior to you becoming a member, your request will be reviewed for approval and may take a day or two. It will ask you to tell us why you want to be a member. Please do answer the question, we administrators do read them. Don't pose a question as the reply tho, since we can not answer your response from the screen we read your request to join on. This membership question helps to keep down the SPAM on our group. Thanks for your understanding.
We welcome your frequency lists, trunking info and other related info in our FILES section.
Use the PHOTO section to post photo's of local tower sites, equipment, your monitoring post or any thing else related to the specifics of this group.
Remember your contributions to this group are important!
Again, we welcome you and hope you enjoy and benefit from this SEARM website.