Eastern New Mexico University welcomes you to the amateur radio hobby in Roosevelt County and beyond!

Saturday Mornings - Regular Meetings

Club members gather each Saturday at 10:00am Mountain Time at ENMU Transmitter Building. Here is a map.

Tuesday Evenings - Greyhound Amateur Radio Emergency Service

The Greyhound ARES Net meets on-the-air every Tuesday evening at 7:00pm Mountain Time, starting on the Portales Repeater (146.820 MHz frequency, 67 PL) to chat and to prepare for emergency communications. The club welcomes all amateurs, near and far, to check in and say hello. Don Criss, KE5UIA, is the net control station. Join in!

Sunday Evenings - New Mexico Amateur Radio Emergency Service

The New Mexico Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) meets on-the-air every Sunday evening at 7:30 Mountain time at 3939 kHz LSB. All amateurs are encouraged to participate in the net to support state-wide emergency communications.

Amateur Radio Examination Preparation Classes

Classes are provided periodically to club members, ENMU students, faculty, and staff at no charge. All that is required is a current edition of the ARRL License Manual appropriate for your new license or upgrade. Call Jeff at 562 2594 for more information. Please RSVP [email protected].

Ham Radio VE Exams

The Greyhound Amateur Radio Club will conduct license exam session periodically. The exam will be given in the regular Greyhound ARRC meeting place at the KENW Broadcast Center, Conference Room 203, on the campus of Eastern New Mexico University. Exams begin at 10:00 am sharp, so don't be late!

Our Club Purposes

Greyhound Amateur Radio Club is organized according to the rules and regulations of Eastern New Mexico University for the following purposes:

  1. To establish a university organization for the benefit of ENMU students and staff interested in the art and science of radio communications and the hobby of amateur radio.
  2. To promote and enhance the knowledge, practice, skills and enjoyment of electronics technology and amateur radio.
  3. To establish, equip, and operate an amateur radio station and repeater system for the use and enjoyment of club members
  4. To provide communications capabilities for specials events, emergencies and/or disasters when normal communications have been disrupted or disabled.
  5. To promote the hobby of amateur radio by assisting members in obtaining or upgrading amateur radio licenses through education, mutual assistance, and other club activities.

ARRL logoThe Greyhound ARC is affiliated with the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national association for amateur radio. Our club supports the activities of the ARRL including the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) SKYWARN program, and the Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS).