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Davie/Cooper City Amateur Radio Club
We are Radio Active
Here is a list of active links to other clubs, the ARRL, the FCC, ham stores and presentations by our members.
"Ham Nation" is hosted by Bob Heil and
Gordon West. It streams live at 9PM ET on
Wednesdays  or you can download video or
audio versions to watch/listen to off-line.
After the live show there are nets on HF
and via the Internet. Give them a listen.
100 Watts and a Wire  a program celebrating amateur radio through the eyes of a new ham
Amateur Radio Newsline: for 37 years it has been a free service to the amateur radio community.  It is a weekly audio news bulletin of interest to radio amateurs.
All About Circuits: A very nice site that covers a wide range of technical topics and includes development tools and video lectures
Ham Stores
Local Area Nets
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Local Repeaters
Map of Repeaters in Florida

List of Repeaters in Broward
•    Contesting - Interview with N8PR
EHG's Code available by invitation only but you can request an invitation
WebMaster: Rich WB4EHG
If you use the digital modes you have the need to determine what com port Windows has put your radio on.
That means opening the control panel and navigating around, takes too long.
Whatcom finds the com ports and audio devices on your pc with just 1 click.
There is a known bug which I will fix in the next version, if you have no com ports or audio devices the probram throws an exception and stops working.

LocFi V1.29
This version adds the DX station's sunrise and sunset and other tweaks
Download the .txt file, replace eht .txt extension with .zip, expand to your folder of choice, run LocFi.exe, enter your QRZ credentials and latitude and longitude and give it a try..
Realtime map of lightning strikes

All About Circuits

A nice Maker site

High Gain 70cm Loop Fed Array and 23cm BiQuadYagi's by K9BCT
---- The zipped audio files are 387MB, contact the web master if you want a copy
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

147.210 131.8Hz Westside Regional Medical Center

If power is out at the repeater sites you can also try listening to 146.520 simplex. This a good frequency for you to have in your radios just in case.

When the HF Hurricane watch net goes active it will be on 14.325 MHz and 7.268 MHz
Broward County Emergency Communication Frequencies
Preparing for a Hurricane


Tropical Tid bits

US Navy

National Hurricane Center

Spaghetti Models

View an active display of the wind patterns (really cool)

Hurricane Web Sites