Welcome to the Waterbury Amateur Radio Club
"Serving Greater Waterbury"
"This group is formed by Radio Amateurs for Radio Amateurs."
We are an ARRL affiliated club.
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2 Meter Repeater at the Firehouse
We have a repeater installed at the Firehouse. Bill, W7YY and Jon, WA1PEI installed the former Monroe Repeater. The frequency is 146.835 with a negative offset. The PL Tone is 100.0.
!!! FIELD DAY 2013 INITIAL RESULTS !!!
Score: 1216 QSO points + 250 Bonus points = 1466 points total. 602 phone contacts and 3 CW contacts. With 11 participants W1LAS worked 49 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Contacts were made on bands from 80 meters to 6 meters. Thanks to W7YY for his overwhelming support and generosity to the Field Day effort. Thanks to N1ABY for collating and submitting the results. WA1SSB brought a terrific chile. Finally many thanks to the operators who generated the contacts that made this score, and the visitors who brought both questions and new perspectives this event.
WATERBURY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
Photo courtesy WA1SSB (c) 2012 WA1SSB
The Waterbury Amateur Radio Club meets at the Firehouse in Prospect. The Firehouse is located on Route 69 1/8th of a mile south of Route 68 in Prospect.
The club and webmaster can be contacted at this email address:
Come to our Monthly Meetings!!
The Waterbury Amateur Radio Club meets on the third Monday of each month (Except December) at the Firehouse in Prospect, CT, at 7:30 until 9:00PM EST. The firehouse is located on Route 69 just 1/8th of a mile south of Route 68.
Take a look here for a few pictures from Field Day 2008
Our members do their best to make new members feel welcome. Don't feel an invitation is needed to stop on by. If you have just an interest in Amateur Radio, or you are a licensed amateur, stop on by and introduce yourself. If you feel you need an invitation, send the webmaster an email, and I will personally invite you.
The WARC was established to form camaraderie amongst fellow Amateur Radio enthusiasts serving the Greater Waterbury Area and its surrounding district. The objects and Bylaws of the club are published, and available to view and download here. The club is a vehicle for all to get together and further the interest of Amateur Radio through discussion, presentation, experimentation and training.
Last updated 11/17/13