Delmarva Amateur Radio Club

Delmarva Amateur Radio Club

Mission.


Salisbury, Maryland- home of Salisbury University, The Delmarva Shorebirds, and the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art

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We are dedicated to preserving radio operating techniques, exploring new methods for communication, and providing communication capability for hams on Delmarva.

K3DRC Repeater.


DARC operates and maintains the analog K3DRC 146.82- repeater. The antenna is located at 825 foot level on the WMDT Channel 47 tower near Salisbury and provides coverage for the entire Delmarva Peninsula.

Downlink- 146.82000

Uplink- 146.22000

Offset- -0.6 MHz

Tone- 156.7

Repeaterbook.com Listing

Covid-19 update Events like these are the reason repeaters exist. Let's ulitlize this tool to check in on each other and our community.

Club Meetings.


DARC meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Wicomico Presbyterian Church

129 Broad Street Salisbury MD 21801

Park in the lot behind the church on East Chesnut Street

Entry will be through the back door

Dinner meetings in November and May (date and location TBD)

Club Officers.


Under Construction.

Election information

Current Officers:

John Willmuth

President-

NQ4Q

Ron Krisulevicz

Vice President

KB3GBC

Carol Newberry

Secretary

N3KNK

Jim Hill

Treasurer

N3TKM

Neil Carey

Repeater Trustee

K3RNC

Repeater Net Info.


Join us for the Monday Night "Delmarva Amateur Radio Enhancement Net" at 9PM.

All amateur radio operators are welcomed and encourged to check in. You do not have to be a DARC member.


Sunday Morning 9AM QCWA Net

Click here for QCWA Delmarva 150 information

New! Friday at Noon "Rag Chew"

An informal round table rag chew. Join the gang!

Contact.


Interested in joining the D.A.R.C.?

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