Amateur Radio Club
145.13 <> 147.06
MHz PL 131.8 Hz
Amateur Radio - what is that? If you are curious about what is Amateur Radio and how to go about getting involved in our multi-facet avocation, try this link for more information!
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presence of MARC! MARC's 40th
Anniversary was November 17, 2016 and as commemorated at the 2016 Holiday
Check the Calendar for events that MARC sponsors. The REMARCS Newsletters are archived here. Check News for MARC announcements.
Repeater Nets - Wednesday at 2030
Breakfast Eyeball QSO - second Saturday of the month
Club Meetings - fourth Tuesday of the month
ARRL VEC FCC license test session - first Saturday of February, May, August and November and at the Hamfest
Holiday Party - December 8, 2018
Field Day - June 23-24, 2018
Hamfest - July 14, 2018
MARC is a Special Service Club (SSC) of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). As an SSC MARC is recognized as a positive force to improve the visibility of Amateur Radio in the community, to assist in emergencies, to encourage training and to provide activities for the betterment of the membership and the Amateur Radio Service.
You can download the Welcoming REMARCS newsletter here. Past issues of the REMARCS Newsletter are available here.
Weekly on-the-air Club Nets Wednesday at 2030 on the linked 147.06<>145.13<>445.675 repeater system.
Large area coverage linked FM repeater system on 145.13<>147.06<>445.675 MHz from Paoli and Newtown Square, PA, 147.36<>224.50<>444.050 MHz from Darby, PA and a 224.42 MHz standalone FM repeater system in Bryn Mawr, PA
Club meetings scheduled on the fourth Tuesday at 1900 at the Newtown Public Library - Community Room in Newtown Square, PA..
Club activities include quarterly ARRL VE FCC license test sessions, Amateur Radio communication at public service events, Field Day (always the fourth full weekend in June), a Hamfest in July and a Holiday Party in December. See the Calendar
Fellowship in Amateur Radio!
The Amateur's Code Paul M. Segal W9EEA (1928)The Radio Amateur is:
Never knowingly operates in such a way as to lessen the pleasure of others.
Offers loyalty, encouragement and support to other amateurs, local clubs and the American Radio Relay League, through which Amateur Radio in the United States is represented nationally and internationally.
With knowledge abreast of science, a well-built and efficient station and operation above reproach.
Slow and patient operating when requested; friendly advice and counsel to the beginner; kindly assistance, cooperation and consideration for the interests of others. These are the hallmarks of the amateur spirit.
Radio is an avocation, never interfering with duties owed to family, job, school, or community.
Station and skill always ready for service to country and community.Operating Procedures
Here is a link to the ARRL Operating Procedures for Amateur Radio which makes for good reading!The original MARC WB3JOE QSL card (note that the mailing address has changed!)
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