The Arlington Amateur Radio Club meets at 7:00 PM on the third Tuesday of each month, usually at the Arlington Knights of Columbus located at 5115 Little Falls Road, Arlington, Virginia 22207. However, in-person meetings have been suspended temporarily because of state and county rules regarding COVID-19. We will have online meetings instead.
When we do meet in person, we meet in the first floor conference room at the Arlington Knights of Columbus. Several club members usually gather around 5:30 PM in the bar area for food and cold frosty beverages before the meeting begins at 7:00 PM.
The next monthly meeting of the Arlington Amateur Radio Club will will be virtual and will take place on Tuesday May 19, 2020 at 7:00 PM via the Zoom video teleconferencing system.
Our program will be on Repairing Vintage Amateur Radio Equipment, presented by Tim O'Neill-KT4MV.
Zoom meeting details will be posted to the AARC email distribution list (the Yahoo members-only list) prior to the meeting date.
- Winterfest, NVCC, Annandale, has been postponed until further notice.
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About W4WVP Repeaters
The W4WVP 2-meter repeater is located in Arlington County and utilizes several remote receivers. This repeater is open for general amateur use. It transmits on 145.47 MHz and receives on 144.87 MHz. A subaudible PL (CTCSS) tone of 107.2 Hz is required on your 144.87 MHz signal to access it.
The W4WVP 70-cm repeater is also located in Arlington County and is open for general amateur use. It transmits on 449.325 MHz and receives on 444.325 MHz. A subaudible PL (CTCSS) tone of 151.4 Hz is required on your 444.325 MHz signal to access it.
Both repeaters are coordinated by T-MARC, the Mid-Atlantic Repeater Council. You can find information on these and other repeaters in the area on the T-MARC website.
Weekly Bulletin & Net
Listen to bulletins of interest to the Amateur Radio Service from Newsline on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM ET (except for meeting nights), on the W4WVP 2-meter repeater. Check-ins follow the newscast.
All licensed amateurs are invited to check into the net. More information is at this link.
|Vice President||Doug Marshall||KK4QFR|
For general information on the Amateur Radio Service, and to learn how you can become a radio amateur, see our Amateur Radio page.