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The D.R.C. HAMFEST (The BIG ONE!) is this month,
Our next Denver Radio Club Meeting will be on
Bill's PACKET RADIO CLASS VIDEOS
Back Issues of The RoundTable Newsletter are now available on this website.
To read the DRC President's Message from our monthly Club Newsletter, "The RoundTable"...
please click on "President's Message", in the left column.
The complete newsletter, in PDF format, is sent by e-mail to Club members each month.
Are you ready to expand your Amateur Radio horizons?
- Try the DRC 6 Meter Repeater.
Receive it on 53.090 Mhz., transmit to it on 52.090 Mhz., using a 107.2 Hz. access tone
- Experiment with the 1.25 Meter Band using our 220 Repeater.
Receive on 224.380 MHz., transmit on 222.780 MHz., using a 100.0 Hz access tone.
- And, if you have packet capability --
Our HF-VHF Packet Gateway will let you work the world on packet through the gateway node WØTX-7.
Try it at 145.05 Mhz on 2 meters or 14.105 Mhz on 20 meters
These repeaters and the packet gateway (2M side) can be used by all hams with Technician class and above licenses.
They are located west of Denver in Lakewood, providing local metropolitan area coverage -
however, they are not wide area repeaters.
And, remember that our wide area repeater on Squaw Mountain, 449.350, is also an EchoLink® station, number 4140.
Call your out of town ham friends, or have them call you by connecting through their local EchoLink® station or their PC.
Please click on our DRC Repeaters Page...in the left column... it has photos showing our EchoLink® repeater location.
Ready for your Ham license? Time to Upgrade? Need to find a VE Testing Session?
New WANTED and/or FOR SALE items have been posted.
"By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." - Benjamin Franklin
Michael Vespoli, KEØHFH; and Brennan Pate, ADØUZ;
are our Emergency Communications Coordinators.
For important information regarding Emergency Communications,
Click on "EmComm Info", in the left column.
For interesting links to other web sites on our Ham Links page, click on "Ham Links", in the left column.
The Current Greyline Propagation Map:
To update the above information, click on the "Reload" or "Refresh" button on your web browser.
Thanks to NØNBH, and John Walker for providing these images.