EXPERIENCE GARLAND AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
Using HAM Radio for Civic Activites and Education
WHO WE ARE
The Garland Amateur Radio Club, Inc., formed in 1957, offers a program of educational and civic activities in the second largest city in Dallas County. We are an ARRL Special Services Club supporting a full complement of activities including Field Day participation, license classes, and active support of public service events. The club also maintains the Garland Amateur Radio Communications Center, located in downtown Garland. We operate the VHF repeater on 146.660 MHz (-) with a PL of 110.9 and the UHF repeater on 442.700 (+) with a PL of 110.9. Here are our articles of incorporation and club bylaws.
Theory and Code Classes
Information on how to obtain an FCC Amateur Radio Service License (HAM License), can be found here:
Technician Class instruction
A Technician Class education course and information is now available online by going here:
General Class instruction
A General Class education course and information is now available online by going here:
Extra Class instruction
A Extra Class education course and information is now available online by going here:
Garland Area Amateur Radio Testing
In the Garland area, we have a very active ARRL Volunteer Examiner team that serves much of the area east of Dallas. If you are interested in taking a test or becoming a volunteer examiner, you can contact Janet Crenshaw, WB9ZPH, visit the WB9ZPH VE Team website or call (972) 302-9992 for additional information.
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