Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
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                            Our contact information is on the About page.                  Copyright ©2020 Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
                                                                                                                                                            an ARRL Affiliate Club


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"Our mission is to further the exchange of information and cooperation between members, promote radio knowledge, fraternalism and operating efficiency. And, to have fun!"
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   7PM Friday
     146.910 110.9Hz
 
  We can program your HT or mobile rig,
  click here to send me the brand and
  model and I will see if we have the cable
  and it is supported in Chirp (link).

  If you have the cable and a programming
  app then we are good to go and can
  program it at any of our events
               As of 2020/04/06:
   People on the roster : 57
   Paid Members         : 52
   ARRL Members         : 42
   Percent ARRL members : 74%

    We meet the requirements to
    be an ARRL affiliated club.
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To ask a question or if you need help or to make a suggestion, click this link.

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Where to Find Us On the Air
Our members hangout on three different repeaters:

147.210MHz +600KHz, 131.8Hz
at Westside Regional Medical Center in  Plantation. N4RQY

443.250 +5MHz, 103.5Hz      Link
at W6BXQ's QTH in Dania Beach

147.330 +600KHz, 103.5Hz  Link
at Florida Medical Center in Oakland Park. SFDXA

Our DMR ID is:  3164637

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Our May HF outing is cancelled due to weather and not having enough committments to get it set up and operating.

This might be a good excuse for you to put up an outside antenna.

Hurricane Preparedness

This is a link to a good article on preparing for hurricanes, recovering and relief

The Ultimate Guide To Hurricane Preparedness, Recovery & Relief

Our Coming 2m RF nets:
May 14, 21, 28

John has a page on his website with details of our 70cm repeater
443.250 +5MHz 103.5Hz

Here is a link to Fred's presentation "The Tower Treasure" from our May meeting

 
Results of our DMR radio survey as of April 12

Email me your DMR radio and I will add it to the list
TESTING:
We are trying to work out how and where to do testing. There is some effort on a national level to hold virtual test sessions.
We will announce here when we a plan.
Prospective hams and anyone interested:
Listen in to our on-air nets and on-air club meetings 147.210 +600 131.8Hz

(you don't need a license to listen)
A ground plane is easy to build LINK. It can go in your attic or on a simple pole outside (1" schedule 40 PVC might work). We can help
      You do not need a license to listen
2m Net

Thursday May 21 @ 7:30ET
147.210MHz +600, 131.8Hz
The meeting summary for our May 2020 meeting is now online

Hurricane emergency frequencies & site
National Hurricane Center @ FIU Link
146.910 110.9Hz Primary   Ft. Lauderdale
146.610 110.9Hz Secondary Pompano
146.790   88.5Hz Tertiary  Ft. Lauderdale
147.330 103.5Hz Florida Medical Center,
                          Oakland Park
147.210 131.8Hz Westside Regional Medical Center
                         Plantation
146.520 simplex
14.325 MHz and 7.268 MHz HF Hurricane watch net goes active
Hurricane Frequencies