The Wisconsin Amateur Radio Club (WiARC) has been in existence for many years in the Germantown/Menomonee Falls area of Southeast Wisconsin. Formerly known as the Falls Radio Club, we have expanded our reach in recent years with our new name, new club call sign (W9CQ), and a renewed focus on the technical and historical aspects of Amateur Radio and Communications. We have broadened our horizons without losing our focus on providing emergency services to the Germantown Police Department and Community Memorial Hospital.

Club Officers

Bill Shadid, W9MXQ  

Dave Schornack, W0AH

Russ Hanson, KC9PIF

Dave Schornack, W0AH

If you are a Technician Class or higher Amateur Radio Operator, join us on our club repeaters:

W9CQ Repeater on 70 Centimeters – 442.875 MHz, Plus Offset, 127.3 PL Tone
This Repeater is accessible on Echolink at Node 576754

W9CQ Repeater on 2-Meters - 147.285 MHz, Plus Offset, 127.3 PL Tone

Join our Monday Night Net at 8:00 PM, Local Time, on the 70 Centimeter Repeater

W9CQ Repeaters are Open to All.
(Except when in use for Special Events or Emergency Communications)

Meetings are monthly on the last Wednesday night of every Month, except for December when the meeting is a bit earlier in the month due to the holidays.

One important matter is the location of our club meetings. Our meetings are held monthly at the Germantown Police Department, Germantown, Wisconsin. The address is N112 w16877 Mequon Road. Due to security at the Police Department, a door bell is provided to gain entry. As you approach the facility, go to your right to access the proper part of the facility.

Note here a brief review of our upcoming programs. For more details, go to the Meetings and Activities for the month of the meeting.

November 2017: "Presentation on a Ham Radio Classic"
The Collins 75A-4 Receiver and the KWS-1 Transmitter
Bill Shadid, W9MXQ

December 2017: ARRL Update
Patrick Moretti, KA1RB, Wisconsin Section Manager, ARRL


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