1 -- 2) Using a ham radio, Ron Rollins, above, listens for a response Saturday when the Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club plugged into a 24-hour nationwide emergency communications contest.
What does SCARC stand for?
SCARC stands for Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club (Santa Clarita, CA)
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We have 5 other meanings of SCARC in our Acronym Attic
- Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm (Rhino Robotics Ltd.)
- Selectively Compliant Articulated Robot Arm
- Siskiyou County Amateur Radio Association (Siskiyou County, California)
- Société Coopérative Agricole de la Région d'Arcis sur Aube (France)
- Southern Counties Amateur Radio Association (Egg Harbor Township, NJ)
- Scanner for Radiation Budget
- Smart Card and Agent Enabled Reliable Access
- Submersible Craft Assisting Repair And Burial (AT&T Remotely Operated Vehicle)
- Small Craft Advisory for Rough Bar (weather advisory)
- Southern California Annual Realtors Banquet (fictional; Modern Family TV show)
- Smoking Control Advocacy Resource Center (Washington, DC)
- South Carolina Association of Regional Councils
- Stanwood Camano Amateur Radio Club (Washington)
- Story County Amateur Radio Club (Ames, IA)
- Sumter County Association for Retarded Citizens Inc (Florida)
- Sussex County Association for Retarded Citizens (New Jersey)
- School and Community Assistance for Recycling and Composting Education (Illinois; environmental literacy advocacy organization)
- South Carolina Association of Residential Care Homes
- Side Channel Analysis Resistant Design (software project)
- Skin Cancer Audit & Research Database (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In recognition of the vital communications link provided by the Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club and the Emergency and Disaster Communications Services Team, the city has declared this week Amateur Radio Week.
``It's a good opportunity for us to get together,'' said Jim Osmet, president of the Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club.