Below are the non-profit organizations that will be at Pacificon℠.
ARRL 6th District QSL Bureau http://www.qslbureau.org Contra Costa Hallway, NP-5
Dedicated California radio amateurs who volunteer their time to distribute DX QSL cards to you. Many have donated their time for more than a decade!
Community Emergency Radio Association (CERA) https://www.cerafund.org Bishop Ranch Hallway, T-14
The parent organization for the El Dorado County Amateur Radio Club, and the Neighborhood Radio Watch program, advocating radio communications for both Amateur radio and the general "Non Ham" community.
Digital Amateur Television (DATV) https://www.mdarc.org/repeater-systems/atv Bishop Ranch Hallway, NP-15
Demonstrations of and information about amateur television in the Bay Area.
FreeDV https://freedv.org Bishop Ranch Hallway, NP-12
An open source, patent unencumbered Digital Voice mode primarily designed for HF. It uses the Codec2 digital voice codec library, including the M17 project for implementing open-source digital voice on VHF and UHF.
Mt. Diablo Amateur Radio Club (MDARC) https://www.mdarc.org Contra Costa Salon 2, NP-20
MDARC provides a wide variety of programs and activities for its members and the ham radio community, including hosting Pacificon, training classes, multiple wide area repeaters, public service event support, a very active Field Day and much more.
Northern Amateur Relay Council of California (NARCC) http://narcc.org Contra Costa Hallway, NP-1
The Amateur Radio coordinating organization for the 10 meter band and higher in Northern California.
Northern California Contest Club (NCCC) https://nccc.cc Contra Costa Hallway, NP-3
Devoted to the pursuit of operating and technical excellence in radio contesting.
Parachute Mobile parachutemobile.org Bishop Ranch Hallway, NP-11
Parachute Mobile's 13th year providing a unique combination of skydiving and ham radio.
Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) Mount Diablo Chapter 228 https://qcwa.org Contra Costa Hallway, NP-9
Promoting friendship and cooperation among Amateur Radio operators who were licensed at least a quarter of a century ago.
Samuel F. Morse Amateur Radio Club https://w6sfm.org Contra Costa Salon 1, Table 16
The Samuel F Morse Amateur Radio Club (SFMARC) was originally formed in Sacramento, CA by a group of radio amateurs that mainly enjoy operating CW. We wanted a way to bring others together who also have an interest in operating CW on-air, and share the love of Field Day, Bug Roundup, and both the NAQP and CQP.
San Francisco Wireless Emergency Mesh (SFWEM) https://www.sfwem.net Contra Costa Hallway, NP-2
Bay Area Mesh is a volunteer-led project to build a resilient high-speed wireless network throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for use during disasters and emergencies.
Silicon Valley Japanese Ham Club (SVJHC) https://www.facebook.com/SVJHC/ Contra Costa Salon 1, Table 17
An amateur radio club consisting of local Japanese hams. Activities including radio contests, BBQ and field operations.
Sierra Nevada Amateur Radio Club (SNARS) https://snars.org Contra Costa Hallway, NP-8
For the Promotion, Education and the Advancement of the Amateur Radio Service in the Northern Nevada and Eastern California Amateur Radio Communities.
Summits on the Air (SOTA) https://www.sota.org.uk Contra Costa Salon 1, NP-18
An award scheme for radio amateurs to encourage portable operation in mountainous areas. Awards for activators (those who ascend to the summits) and chasers (who either operate from home, a local hilltop or are even Activators on other summits).
USS Hornet Amateur Radio Club http://nb6gc.org Bishop Ranch Hallway, NP-10
We are the radio club on board the USS Hornet. Our callsign is NB6GC. We promote the ship and its history through amateur radio.
Winlink Support Doctor (ARRL East Bay Section) Contra Costa Hallway, NP-6
“The Winlink Support Doctor Is In”. We provide one-on-one help with Windows and Android configurations, Q&A, sample radios, connections, soundcards, Windows USB settings.
Young Ladies Radio League (YLRL) https://ylrl.net Contra Costa Hallway, NP-7
Encouraging and assisting YLs (Young Ladies) throughout the world to enter into the Amateur Radio Service.