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Warminster Amateur Radio ClubInc.
Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania) is a general purpose
amateur radio club and
its over 135 members are involved in all aspects of amateur
radio. We make a special effort to participate in providing
communications support for public service events, teaching
classes for those who wish to obtain an amateur radio license
or upgrade their license privileges and serving as Volunteer
Examiners as part of the ARRL VEC program. The club was
founded in 1964 and has been designated an ARRL Special
Service Club since 1984.
Entry level License classes are starting soon.www.
Classes will be offered starting on Monday, September 8th, 2014 at the Benjamin Wilson Community Center.
NEXT CLUB MEETING
September 4th 2014
Testing sessions move to new location
New Location Starting October 2012
Due to the upcoming closing of the Warminster Recreation and Education Center (WREC) WARC has changed the night and location of our monthly VE sessions. Starting in October 2012 , the VE sessions will be held on the last Monday of every month except August, and will be held in the Wilson Senior Community Center 580 Delmont Avenue Warminster, PA 18974.
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"Pay your dues on-line" now active
We offer our members the abilty to renew your club dues through PayPal. As always, you're also still able to make payments in person at the meetings. Please see a board member or a membership chair if you need more information. Please note that you don't need a PayPal account to use PayPal. They also accept all major credit cards.
2 Meter Radios Available on Loan (club members only)
The Warminster Amateur Radio Club has purchased four Vertex Standard
2-meter HT’s that are available for use by members of the club.
Each unit is equipped with an alkaline battery pack (you
supply the six AA cells), a “rubber ducky” antenna, a cigarette lighter
power cord, and the instruction book. Needless to say, the WARC repeater
is programmed into the memory, but you can use them on any other 2 meter
repeater or simplex frequency. Each unit can deliver up to 5 watts output.
The HT’s are available on a month-by-month basis and have been
purchased primarily to help new hams get on the air. However, they may
also be used by any club member who is in need of temporary 2-meter radio.
They are also available for use by participants in WARC’s public
service activities. The only requirements are that you must be a licensed
ham and a member of Warminster Amateur Radio Club.
If you would like to borrow one of the VX-150’s, contact Rich Luce, AG3L at firstname.lastname@example.org or