Welcome!

The David Sarnoff Radio Club (“DSRC”) is a general-interest amateur radio club serving the greater Princeton, NJ area. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in amateur radio. There are no dues. DSRC is an ARRL affiliated club.

Recent Club News:

  • M.O.R.E Project gets some good P.R.!
    The MORE Project , to Make Amateur Radio Easier is a project co-sponsored by our club to add new interested hams to our ranks, especially underrepresented demographics, including women and younger enthusiasts. The project has had several groups going through the training classes, and spawning other to teach elsewhere.. or via the Internet. Rebecca Mercuri K3RPM, reports that one of our Technician class students, Nicole Kirch, wrote a great article about the… Read More »
  • Steve Miller KD2DUL Silent Key
    The David Sarnoff Radio Club mourns the death of KD2DUL, Steven Miller, on April 25, 2022. Steve was a regular on our Tuesday evening nets, and an active volunteer with ARES. His obituary noted that Steve was an environmental scientist with a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, but we knew him as an engaged club member and a friend. As it notes: “After retiring, Steve rediscovered his adolescent hobby of amateur… Read More »
  • Martian Picnic Photos April 2022
    Scattered showers and cooler temperatures kept the picnic in Grovers Mill, New Jersey brief, but it was good to meet in person!

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To become a member, simply attend a club meeting, fill-out a membership application, and submit it the club secretary.

… feel free to explore ….

Here are some pages you may want to browse:

Download this quick reference .pdf to learn about us and ham radio:


Why did you call the website “N2RE.ORG”? Our club was granted the callsign “n2re” by the Federal Communications Commission. We use it for our repeater and when we operate radios as a group.

Our club also advertises special events for the Ham Radio community on the site “QRZ.com” Follow: this link.

To learn more about the hobby of Amateur Radio, follow this link: American Radio Relay League (ARRL.)

The DSRC is a primary sponsor of the Make Operating Radio Easier (MORE) Project, which provides FREE Technician license training, study materials, testing, licensing, Get On The Air activities, and MORE! Use this link http://n2re.org/m-o-r-e-project or the M.O.R.E. PROJECT tab at the top of this webpage to view the 2-step instructions to apply to be a student. We’re also looking for MORE group leaders, trainers and volunteer examiners.

And our latest blog posts:

  • M.O.R.E Project gets some good P.R.!
    The MORE Project , to Make Amateur Radio Easier is a project co-sponsored by our club to add new interested hams to our ranks, especially underrepresented demographics, including women and younger enthusiasts. The project… Read More »
  • Steve Miller KD2DUL Silent Key
    The David Sarnoff Radio Club mourns the death of KD2DUL, Steven Miller, on April 25, 2022. Steve was a regular on our Tuesday evening nets, and an active volunteer with ARES. His obituary noted… Read More »
  • Martian Picnic Photos April 2022
    Scattered showers and cooler temperatures kept the picnic in Grovers Mill, New Jersey brief, but it was good to meet in person!
  • Park On The Air -April 16 2022
    Photos of the DSRC effort to put the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park “On The Air” on a Saturday morning.
  • Meteor Scatter Discussion April 2022
    In April 2022 the investigation of meteor scatter communication began with this message posted to the DSRC email list….