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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.
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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.
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.
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.
HacDC @ St. Stephen’s
1525 Newton St NW, Washington DC 20010
Monday nights at 8pm we host a weekly net on the K3MRC repeater at 145.430 (-) PL 114.8Hz.
Most of us are on K3MRC the rest of the week too, or try us on simplex at 146.520.