About the Delta Club
Amateur Related Links
DARC Net Information
FCC Amateur Radio License Renewal
FCC License Testing
Field Day 2017
Membership Application Form
Memphis Area Repeater Frequencies
Public Service Events
W4BS Repeater System
W4BS Repeater Rules and Etiquette
2018 Board of Directors
Welcome to the Delta Amateur Radio Club website!
Delta holds monthly meetings,
offers formal training classes for all three amateur radio licenses (Technician, General, and Extra)
and informal training sessions on all aspects of amateur radio,
supports public service events,
provides five VHF/UHF repeaters,
hosts a nightly information net on 146.82 with a 107.2 hz tone,
publishes a monthly newsletter, Sparks, participates in Field Day each year,
and, perhaps most importantly, fosters the amazing camaraderie of the ham radio community.
We welcome all hams and non-hams to our club meetings. The club meetings
are held on the second Tuesday evening of the month. See Meeting Information for meeting time and location.
Don't forget to pay the DARC membership dues.... $20 for individual or $25 for family. Download the form HERE.
DARC Training news- click here.
Delta has a Facebook Group for club members. Click on Contact Us for more information.
The Delta Club website is now working perfectly from the link: deltaclub.org
Check out the meeting schedule, breakfast schedule and other ham-related information here.
Congratulations to those who passed exams during Delta's April 2018 test session:
JJ Vander KN4IUZ passed Extra, Brian Harris KN4KTY passed General, and Nicholas Drane passed Tech.
FREEFEST 2018 is just a memory! Several people won nice prizes and many hams were present to "connect that face with the voice!"
2018 ARMED FORCES DAY COMMUNICATIONS EXERCISE
by Joe Lowenthal WA4OVO
May 12th will be this year's 2018 Armed Forces Day Communications Exercise, frequently called the MARS crossband exercise. The US Army Corps of Engineers will activate WUG-2 at the WKNO transmitter site at 7192 Raleigh LaGrange Rd on that Saturday from 8am to 8pm. Hams are invited to come by and help log and operate. This is a great opportunity for new hams to learn how to operate on HF frequencies to get ready for Field Day. Experienced hams will be there to oversee the new hams operating.