Meeting Time:Second Thursday Quarterly starting in January/April/July/October
Section:ARAffiliation Date:Sep 15th 2004
Specialties: General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, RepeatersServices
Offered: Club Newsletter, Entry-Level License Classes, General Or Higher License Classes, License Test Sessions, Mentor
ADARC was formed in the 1960’s by local amateur radio operators for camaraderie, to help promote interest in the hobby with local individuals/communities, and to also promote the community services that ham radio can provide.
The repeater, KE5FSY is located on top of Petit Jean mountian, in Conway County. The frequency is 146.865 Mhz with a standard “minus” offset. Tone access for the repeater is 141.3.
The repeater is also used for Skywarn weather spotting activities in Conway County.
If you are interested in being part of ARES/RACES, weather spotting, or just becoming a licensed amateur radio operator to join these great community services, or just the hobby itself, contact ADARC or any of it’s members for further information to help you get started.
ADARC Membership is open to all licensed amateurs in and around Conway County. Membership dues/donations are due every January to gain or maintain membership status.
The dues help cover insurance costs for the repeater system, and it’s related fees.
If you would like more information, or have any questions about ADARC, feel free to drop us an email, and we will gladly respond to answer your comments & questions.