Field Day 2015

The public is invited to attend the KARS 2015 Field Day on Saturday June 27th between 1:00PM and 8:00PM CDT and Sunday June 28th between 7:00AM and 1:00PM CDT. If possible please RSVP via phone or email (see below).


Field Day 2015 will officially start on Saturday June 27th at 1:00PM CDT and will end at 1:00PM CDT on Sunday June 28th.

Contact info:

Dave Moore by phone at 210.846.9746
Or email the KARS Field Day committee at

Talk in Frequencies:

We will be monitoring the 146.640- (pl tone 88.5) and 145.190- (pl tone 88.5) repeaters


The KARS 2015 field day will be held at Alan Walters K5NOF's ranch located at 48 Rust Lane, BOERNE, TX 78006-1163 (29°49'8.52"N 98°39'21.20"W)


From Main St in Boerne, take TX-46 east five miles to Rust Lane. There will be a protected left turn lane at Rust.

From FM 3351, take TX-46 west five miles to Rust Lane. There will 200 feet or so of guard rail either side of TX-46 approaching Rust. You will see the protected left turn lane for east bound traffic ahead.

Turn north on Rust and proceed .8 miles. You will pass Matrix Imaging on the right. Rust jogs to the left around the Matrix property and then straightens out. Three hundred feet beyond the jog, you will see an open cattle gate and a paved driveway to the west. There are signs – 42 on the left of the gate, and a box W 48 on the right. Turn left through the gate.

Two tenths of a mile west on the driveway, you will see a big green gate on the right. There will be a sign “AL – PJ 48” on the right. Turn right through the gate and follow the driveway to the house.

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KARS Meeting Information

Agenda: Meetings start with a discussion of club business, and are typically followed by a program related to Amateur Radio. License exams are available by appointment and generally scheduled after the meeting (see Testing).

Date/Time: First Thursday of each month (except December) at 7:00 PM, see our Calendar

Location: Meetings are located at Schneider Engineering, Ltd.'s offices in Boerne TX, (about 30min from downtown San Antonio on IH-10).

Address: 191 Menger Springs Parkway, Boerne, TX 78006

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About Us

The Kendall Amateur Radio Society (KARS) was formed in October 1980 and has a current membership of about 70. Our club offers ham radio activities and fellowship to amateur radio operators in Boerne, Texas, the surrounding Hill Country (Kendall County, Bergheim, Sisterdale, Junction, Center Point, Comfort, Fair Oaks Ranch, Scenic Oaks, Kendalia, Bulverde, Pipe Creek, Spring Branch, Cross Mountain,  Grey Forrest, Helotes) and north west San Antonio.

A major project for our club is the ARRL Field Day exercise which takes place on the last full weekend in June each year.

ARRL Field Day is our biggest undertaking but we do participate in other radio events such as DX contests.

We have also participated in several Kendall County activities each year. Each Labor Day, we have traded our work in the beverage booth at the fairgrounds for the use of the fairgrounds for Field Day. And, we have also 'radio managed' the Labor Day parade with ham radio communications to get it under way and keep it flowing.

We are always ready to assist the local government if emergency conditions such as flooding or storm damage require radio communications and backup.

We support two active VHF repeaters at 146.640- ( pl tone 88.5) and 145.190- (pl tone 88.5).


Contact Info

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Our Mailing address:

P.O.Box 1732
Boerne, Texas 78006


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