Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
We are Radio Active
Our contact information is on the About page. Copyright ©2018 Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
an ARRL Affiliate Club
Join us on the 147.210 repeater
To ask a question or if you need help or to make a suggestion, click this link.
Click the link above if you would like us to program your HT at lunch or a meeting
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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!"
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
We now have a club email account:
email@example.com but, firstname.lastname@example.org still gets checked more often
Woo Hoo! We were #1 for the 3A category in the South Florida Section this past Field Day!
As of 2018/08/07:
People on the roster : 153
Paid for 2018 : 94
Percent paid : 61%
Percent ARRL members: 53%
Our thanks to Michael, N4RQY for
making us welcome on the repeater
2m Net: Thur. Dec 27 @ 7:30PM
Jan 2019 Meeting: Tue. Jan 8
(Read the meeting summary to find out why the 2nd Tuesday)
Pete's presentation on setting up a 2m station in your home is now on our Links page. Click here for a direct link to the presentation.
HF Outing: Sun. Dec 16 @ 8AM+
Vista View Park in west Davie
Everyone, member or not, is invited
Q Code of the Week
Q codes were developed in the early years of ham radio when everyone used Morse Code.
We still use them on all modes, including face to face.
This section will introduce the most popoular ones.
All of the codes can be sent as a question and as a statement
QTH? asks where you are
QTH is followed by sending your location i.e. My QTH is Vista View Park in Davie, FL