Thank you 🙂

Your donation will be a big help as we work to promote ham radio in the District. Now that you’re a member, join us as we get to work helping each other, and our community.

Remote Controlled H.F. Station

As part of our effort to help local hams who cannot mount their own antennas, W3HAC keeps a remote-controlled H.F. Station available for member use.

The setup includes a Kenwood TS-590S, a Cushcraft A3S three element yagi (20 15 10 meters), and a seven element M2 6 meter Yagi — and uses software from www.remotehams.com.

If you’re giving more than $15/month, or are giving as much as your budget will allow, please email w3hac.hacdc@gmail.com for more information and to get a log-in .

Weekly Nets

On Monday nights at 8pm, we host a weekly net on the K3MRC repeater at 145.430 (-600 offset) with a P.L. Tone of 114.8Hz. The net is very informal and is usually driven by a “question of the week.”

To join, just grab your VHF radio, and jump in. We’re always happy to help hams who are just getting started and/or new to the area.

Monthly Meetings

W3HAC holds virtual meetings on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm.

We focus on a range of topics related to our core initiatives, including rebuilding ARES Emergency Communications in D.C., and helping members be the hams follow their interests whether they have a ham radio in their home or not.

To join, sign up for email via our Google Group, and we’ll send you an invite to the next one.

Find Us

Connect with W3HAC

W3HAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization welcoming all those interested in amateur radio in and around the Washington D.C., at all levels of licensing and from every walk of life.

Address(es)

HacDC @ St. Stephen’s
1525 Newton St NW, Washington DC 20010

w3hac.hacdc@gmail.com

Join us on 2 meters

Monday nights at 8pm we host a weekly net on the K3MRC repeater at 145.430 (-) PL 114.8Hz.

Missed Monday?

Most of us are on K3MRC the rest of the week too, or try us on simplex at 146.520.

Questions?

Join the W3HAC email list on Google Groups.

Chat with Us

We also run a WhatsApp group for D.C. Hams looking to finger chat.