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If you are interested in joining the club and would like to attend a meeting, the club meets on the first Monday of each month at the Forks Cafeteria - 339 S.

Brooks Street Wake Forest, NC 27587 - the meeting starts at 7pm and generally runs through to around 8pm.

Whether you want to learn CW (Morse code) and work other continents, build and tune your own antennas, climb mountains and talk to other people with portable equipment, help build an emergency communications mesh network of microwave nodes, help the National Weather Service get "eyes on the ground" for weather reporting with Skywarn, or any number of other activities, there’s someone to chat with...

JD Smaylis KF7VOX host of the Article Five Hour and his in studio guests, Club President, Steve Estes KB7KWK, Board Member Brian Betz W7JET and Virgil Silhanek K7VZ President of the ARA.

Although some of us have used APRS, what else can we do with it besides beacon our location, or check on others?

How well can it work beyond the range of a digipeater? Learning and using your equipment and resources on a regular basis affords you the ability to troubleshoot your own problems and function better as a communications team member.

You'll find unique merchandise with the club logo on t-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, stickers, and more.

We are running a Yaesu DR-1X System Fusion digital system, In “Auto / Auto Mode”.

KF4HFQ is the club's primary Repeater which is located near Rolesville, NC.

It is coordinated with SERA and uses the tone of 88.5.

If we don't, we point to where you can get answers in the FAQ.

The Superstition Amateur Radio Club has something for everyone - whatever your amateur radio interests are, you will find someone in the club to exchange ideas with, learn from, and teach.

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Join us at 8 am for breakfast, then the meeting starts at 9 where the last order of business is a presentation about some aspect of ham radio. These sessions are recorded and posted to the "Supplies/Resoures" area of our website for anyone who may have missed a session. They are 147.000 (100Hz tone) and 448.475(100Hz) Setup will be no earlier than 8am on Saturday the 24th. If you plan on eating with us, send us an On Thursday Evenings, 1930 hrs, on 147.420 (voice) simplex and 144.390, (APRS) We’d like to invite you to a new Simplex and APRS net.