This is the Website where you should be able to find anything and everything Ham/Amateur Radio related in Texas. If your Texas Based Amateur Radio club or Texas Amateur Radio Event isn't listed below, please contact Ben - ne5B All I request is that I can verify the information with either a link to a website, or a phone number. Ham Radio in El Paso, Texas. 2 Meter Sideband Net - Sunday evenings, El Paso area, 8 PM on 144.200 MHz USB.
As an independent net and member of the National Traffic System (NTS), the net passes radio traffic into and out of the state of Texas via Amateur Radio. The net can normally be heard Monday - Saturdays from 0830 to 0930 on 7285khz and Most weeknights from 1830-1930 on 3873khz Central time. Texas Emergency Amateur Communicators (TEAC) ham radio club is an ARRL Affiliated Amateur Radio Club serving the Northeast area of Harris County including Kingwood, Humble, New Caney, Porter, Huffman, Lake Houston and surrounding areas.
STARC On-the-Air Meetings: Please join us every Tuesday night at 20:00 on the 146.82 repeater (107.2 PL) for the weekly STARC On-the-Air meeting. The alternate repeater is 147.06 (107.2 PL) in the event the 146.82 is offline. East Texas Emergency Communication Service (Tyler, TX) RACES SOP (PDF) RACES Application (PDF) RACES Criminal History Disqualifiers (PDF) State Employee Amateur Radio Operator Service Registration. Severe Weather Related Radio. Skywarn sponsored by K5KJ with an extensive list of WEATHER and AMATEUR RADIO links. Lone Star Storm Spotters Network.
TexasHams.Org - VHF Amateur Radio in Texas. Welcome to the TexasVHF Homepage. Topics Include VHF/UHF SSB, APRS, Packet etc. Welcome to the DMRTexas webpage. This a central place to find information about our DMR repeater network in Texas. Each repeater in Texas is owned, operated, and maintained by individuals, or clubs in their local area. We publish all information we have been provided, and if something changes, you can see the change in the change log.
ham radio nets for amateur radio operators is a curation of 40 resources about, County Hunter Net Procedures, Omiss, The Trans Provincial Net, 3905 Century Club Nets, 3905 Net. Resources listed under Ham Radio category belongs to DX Resources main collection, and get reviewed and rated by amateur radio operators. The South Texas Amateur Radio Club is a Texas Incorporated non-profit organization created to render public service during impending storms or severe weather, and to assist in disaster relief operations and other community functions; and to promote amateur radio and good radio operating procedure and the exchange of technical information and assistance in respect thereto.