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San Luis, Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, Cambria
We are amateur radio operators on the Central California coast participating in all phases of amateur radio. (more below)
Weekly Informal Breakfast
Every Monday, 7:30 AM
Hungry Fisherman
399 Beach Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442

San Luis Obispo Emergency Communications Council (SLOECC) is in the process of establishing a back up location for the Sherriff ECO on Kansas Avenue. There will be a Wild Blue satellite internet link in addiotion to a full complement of Amateur radio equipment.

Renovation of the Sheriff's ECO continues with the installation of the ARES/RACES equipment. Full function has been restored.

Ham Radio License Testing
Quarterly at Los Osos Fire Station

Our monthly club [MEETING] features a topic of interest to the ham community. We sponsor regular ham activities and we meet socially for breakfasts and other events. (links to left)

Many members are active in disaster and emergency communications via ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service), administered by the American Radio Relay League, RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service) and SLOECC.
We also very active in ham radio [ LICENSE TESTING ] and training to assist the public towards gaining an amateur radio license.

The club has been active for more than thirty years, and has members licensed for over 70 years.

San Luis Obispo Emergency Communications Council is the logistic support organization for ARES and RACES in San Luis Obispo County. These are organizations of amateur radio operators who volunteer time and resources to serve their community in times of emergency.

SLOECC maintains for ARES and RACES reliable radio systems which do not depend on regular electric power, thereby permitting communications when regular emergency radio systems fail or are overloaded.


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