We are people that make up an amateur radio community of dedicated, community service hams located in Southern Wisconsin & Northern Illinois.
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What is PARS?
PARS, short for Prairieland Amateur Radio Society is a ham radio interest group that was formed in 2001. The group decided to get a little more
involved obtained a ham radio club station license in Jan. ’03, which was KC9DBI. Recently, in Mar. ’06, the group replaced the original issue
call sign with a vanity call that seemed to be more fitting for the group: WW9P.
Originally called Prairieland Amateur Radio Society of Northern Illinois & Southern Wisconsin was later shortened to Prairieland Amateur Radio
Society, but with the same organization, objectives and interest.
PARS has no organized leadership, no annual dues and no knowledge or skills requirements. We’re just a bunch of licensed hams & good standing
members and servants of the communities in which we live.
We are currently involved in both Kids Day and Field Day two ham radio organized events using ham radio HF bands.