|Because we cannot meet in person right now, there is an every other week Zoom meeting that is open to any amateur radio operator or anyone that is interested in amateur radio. This is open to everyone. It happens every other Wednesday at 6:30pm EDT and we go to at least 8:30 and sometimes longer.|
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- AREDN and LoRaWAN now operational at the Gambrill repeater siteToday 2 AREDN nodes and a LoRaWAN gateway were put up and activated at the Gambrill repeater site. Below are the details and links to more information. AREDN AREDN is … Read More “AREDN and LoRaWAN now operational at the Gambrill repeater site” »
- Digipeaters are now W3FDKWe have changed the callsigns on the digipeaters to W3FDK. We are in the process of changing the Winlink gateway as well but that is a bit more complicated and … Read More “Digipeaters are now W3FDK” »
- W3ICF repeater in Frederick is now W3FDKThe W3FDK callsign at one time belonged to Rolan Clark when he was trustee of the FARG repeater. FDK is the airport designator for the Frederick airport so the W3FDK … Read More “W3ICF repeater in Frederick is now W3FDK” »
- FARG and MAWCG MergingThe Frederick Amateur Repeater Group, a repeater group that has been in the Frederick MD area since the 1960’s is merging with the Mid-Atlantic Wireless Communications Group.