Get Radio-Active with the Hottest Club in New Mexico!
Join High Desert Amateur Radio Club and be a part of the fun of HAM radio.
Bring your ideas and your appetite and scroll down to the Membership Application link below.
Grab your Hats and Sunscreen. Spring is here, Summer is coming and so are the winds and the pollen!
Remember to be lightning safe during the rain and snow (we should be so lucky).
The Officers and Board are working on many exciting new projects and activities for this year.
Also in the planning stages are some Special Event Mobile Operations plus other unique remote opportunities.
Kids' Day is coming on June 15 followed by Field Day on June 22 with a BBQ that evening.
Balloon Fiesta, and the winter Holiday Party are all in progress.
We are participating in Adult Night at Explora and at some special events at NM Museum of Natural History and Science.
Come join us as we set up our remote stations and connect to the world.
Please submit any ideas you have for future activities to our president, Larry Elkin, NY5L.
The next regular meeting of HDARC will be on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 6:30 PM.
Please note the change in start time and day for the meeting. Saturday meetings are November through April.
We meet in the Community Room of the APD Northwest Area Command station.
VE Testing is available the third Saturday of every month in the Community Room of APD Northwest Area Command Station.
Contact Marty Soffran for details and the required pre-registration.
The next test date is June 15, 2013 at 12:30 PM.
Welcome to our new club members: Andrea Landaker, W5QED; Wesley Landaker, W5OSS; Peggy Lacy, KF5TYM;
Steven Lacy, KF5TYP; Jeff Kaufman, KF5TML; Greg Darrow, WG9B; Ed James, KA8JMW; Mike Pierce, KE5YRX.
HDARC now has its very own Yahoo group. Click here for group.
The Rocky Mountain Division Convention is coming soon!
Convention Website here
Everyone loves to eat. Please join us for:
Wednesday afternoon coffee around 1 PM and Thursday morning breakfast around 8 AM
at the Flying Star Restaurant on Corrales Rd just north of Alameda (NM 528).
Come by for good food and great conversations.
Show our colors with a snazzy HDARC shirt with your name and call sign.
Contact Turbo Threads, 1503 Golf Course Rd. in Rio Rancho. E-mail Turbo Threads.
The club now has three repeaters available on VHF and UHF bands.
They will be linked with IRLP reflector 9221 during the net.
|Band||Frequency||Offset||P/L Tone||IRLP Node|
|Two meter:||145.370||neg. offset||162.2 Hz||7706|
|1.25 meter:||224.480||neg. offset||no tone||3285|
|70 cm.:||442.750||pos. offset||162.2 Hz||7855|
|Activity schedule||Club Photos|
|Membership application||Newsletter archive|
|Club Contacts and Reports||Mentors, |
|Clubs & Nets||HDARC Silent Keys|