Yet another great Show and Tell night was had by all. Nick put on a great display of gear and the demonstration of Phillips […]. Thanks to all those who joined in the great adventure working bee yesterday.
Our repeaters are open to all licensed hams. Please tell your friends. NAREA is a modestly-sized Amateur Radio organization comprised of members residing or employed primarily in the northwest suburbs of St.
Welcome to the exciting world of Amateur Radio! This well-established and organized hobby consists of people from various backgrounds and age groups without regard to territorial boundaries. We have the privilege to earn a license granted from the Federal Communications Commission to utilize the airwaves for many hours of experimentation, public service and rag chew enjoyment.
Of particular interest to all Hams, members and non-members alike, is our club's monthly publication, the Telstar. This world-class newsletter is available on this Web Site every month, and is full of information which we hope will be of use to all Hams, worldwide! We are one of the largest and most active Amateur Radio clubs in the Western New York area, directly serving Erie and Genesee counties, as well as the Niagara Frontier.
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Sometime amateur radio is seen as the domain of engineering sorts — and while that can be true, one can also enjoy this hobby with a social approach. Radio is everywhere in the modern world: from FM and AM radio broadcasts and television for entertainment and information, to your fire or police department, who rely on it for voice and data communication. Your cell phone is a two-way radio. Airlines use radio to communicate with their flights, and airport towers use it to tell pilots where they may go and when.
Cornell's radio club has a complete station available for use by its members 24 hours a day. The club has a 2 meter repeater operating on W2CXM has had successful two-way communication with radio amateurs in well over countries around the world including such places as Uganda, Mongolia, Antarctica, Qatar, Nepal, and Ghana.
Forgot Password? The ARRL Library is a repository of information provided free of charge by the amateur community to the amateur community. PowerPoint presentations for club use, PDF's of educational content and personal memories, and oral histories of Amateur Radio operators telling their stories can be found here. Any radio amateur may submit content for consideration.