MKARS has a number of club projects, some of which take place during shack nights and club workshops and others which are done jointly or individually by members.
The two most famous projects are the 80m QRP MKARS80 (pronounced "em cars 80") transceiver which bares the clubs name and the more advanced Pic-A-Star HF transciever which has been shown to compete, and in many cases better, considerably more expensive commercial transceivers.
Below are some examples of a completed MKARS80 (M0TIF)
and a completed Pic-A-Star (M1EPM)
The late Barbara Dunn G6YL recalled that she first heard Morse code at the age of 10
The new SunSDR2 QRP 5 watt SDR transceiver will impress you! This small HF and 6 meter transceiver uses DUC/DDC technology to produce top range performance
Engineering Students at the University of Belize have been given an Introduction to Amateur Radio by members of the Belize Amateur Radio Club (BARC)