Membership is open to any individuals who have an interest on radio communications, hands-on radio experimentation or emergency communications services in support of their local community or the nation.
Due to construction work, we are meeting at an alternative place. Please check our email list or contact us to email@example.com for updated meeting information. Everyone is welcome to participate -- club membership or a ham license are not required. See our About Us page for directions and additional information. We also have a weekly "net", or on-the-air meeting, every Monday at 9:00 p.m. on our 2 meter repeater (see below). We welcome check-ins from all stations over the air or through the Internet via EchoLink (we are K3YGG-R).
We welcome applications from anyone interested in amateur radio, telecommunications or emergency communications services. Membership is free. A NIH badge is NOT required for membership or to access our Club facilities in the NIH campus. For more information, visit our Membership page.
NIHRAC makes a number of resources freely available for use to its members. Our facility has radio stations and antenna systems for a variety of analog and digital radio communications modalities, office space for meetings and other hobby activities, and tools and equipment for radio experimentation and DIY projects. Visit our Club Resources page to view details.
Repeaters page. Our 2-meter repeater frequencies are 144.69 MHz input / 145.29 MHz output. PL5A (156.7 Hz) encoding is required for access.
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