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Amateur Radio Clubs
Table of Contents:
US University Clubs
(Listed Alphabetically by University)
Medical Amateur Radio Council -- Promoting good will and fellowship among amateur radio operators, worldwide, who are professionals in the healing arts, or who have an interest in the various medical, dental and allied fields which constitute the healing arts.
- Antelope Valley Amateur Radio Club K6OX
Amateur Radio Club of the Antelope Valley, Lancaster, Ca.
- cAVe Rock 100 Wireless Amateur Radio Repeater Resource
San Francisco, California bay-area
California Amateur Vhf Enthusiasts
Based in Los Altos, California in the San Fransisco Bay Area
- MARS Repeater
Los Angeles, California.
The Metropolitan Amateur Repeater System (MARS).
- Palomar Amateur Radio Club
The Palomar Amateur Radio Club (PARC) was started in Escondido in February of 1936 with an initial membership totaling 27. From this beginning PARC has grown to over 800 strong, with our goal of 1000 members by our 60th anniversary in February in sight!
- The Yolo Amateur Radio Society
The Yolo Amateur Radio Society is primarily a public service oriented club providing communications for many public events around the Sacramento Valley.
- Clyde Amateur Radio Society KC8CGR
CARS is an affiliated and special service club of the American Radio Relay League in the Ohio section. The club serves the civilian and amateur radio community in the Clyde, Bellevue, Fremont and surrounding areas with emergency and public service communications.
- The Cuyahoga Amateur Radio Society
A Cleveland based ham radio club
- Rocky Mountain Radio Association
Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Rocky Mountain Radio Association was formed in 1994 by a small group of Amateurs who felt that larger Rocky Mountain area groups were not providing the personalized service and facilities required for the Amateur Community. Although there are literally hundreds of different groups and clubs, not many provided the newer (or even older for that matter) Amateur Operator with advanced user programmable repeater-linking capabilties.
The Amateur Radio Research and Development Corporation (AMRAD) is a worldwide club of several hundred amateur radio and computer experimenters. AMRAD meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at the Dolley Madison Library in McLean, VA.
- Western Tidewater Radio Association
- Woodbridge Wireless, Inc.
- Highway BBS
The Highway BBS is the official BBS of the Highway Branch of The South African Radio League -- Founded on the 18 October 1994, Situated in Westville, 10 miles West of Durban, on the East Coast of Southern Africa, this BBS provides VHF packet access to the Greater Durban Region's amateur population.
- Israel Amateur Radio Club
The official organization of radio amateurs in Israel. It is a non-profit organization, established in 1948 for the purpose to unite the Radio Amateurs in Israel.
- Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores
IARU member and ARRL member. Is the only official League for Ham In Mexico with QSL Bureau and all the related Services.
- Radio Club Azteca XE1RCA
Radio Club Azteca is one of the oldest Ham Radio Clubs in Mexico.
- Radio Club Satelite XE1RCS
Founded on 1979, Radio Club Satelite has been working on several projects like Fox Hunting, FSTV, SSTV, DX Contest, Baloons Launching. It is the only club in our country that has participated on a SAREX proyect with NASA. (in Spanish).
Caracas, Venezuela - amateur packet radio (vhf).
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