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.

Pi Day- March 14, 2024 (UTC) On-air special event
Click any “Pi” to learn about N3P our one-day Special Event Station!

See our events page for monthly meeting and other events!

Recent Club News:

  • Pi Day is Coming!! (March 13-14)
    Learn all about the N3P Special Event Station on our special event page: http://n2re.org/pi-day-special-event
  • February DSRC Meeting Topics
    Our February club meeting will be in person and via Webex. February 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm EST Topics include: ALSO: Featured Presentation “A Tour of N2ARC Ham Radio Station” a video tour for those present at the Red Cross and those logging in via Webex. Pre-meeting dinner available at the Wegman’s food court on Province Line Road. 6PM or so. See the meeting event HERE
  • Using Fldigi for a Traffic Net..
    Last month we had a presentation on conversational digital modes using Fldigi. Thanks to Bob, N2LO, here’s a link to his study of the Narrow Bandwidth Emergency Messaging System — nets which use modern digital modes to send traffic, mostly on 80 Meters. The link below distills several postings by Bob and others on our list server: http://n2re.org/notes-on-nbems-narrow-bandwidth-emergency-messaging-system
  • Winter Field Day 2024 Wrap-up
    The Setup In 2021 Bob Cardone, N2EIM introduced the Sarnoff Radio Club to “Winter Field Day” (presentation .pdf) Since then the club has deployed to a back yard in 2022 (link), and to the Red Cross back lot in 2023 (link). For 2024 the club considered several locations. We looked for places with at least a PortaPotty and trees and some height. After a few spots fell through, Cushla KD2TCH asked South… Read More »

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

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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:

  • Pi Day is Coming!! (March 13-14)
    Learn all about the N3P Special Event Station on our special event page: http://n2re.org/pi-day-special-event
  • February DSRC Meeting Topics
    Our February club meeting will be in person and via Webex. February 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm EST Topics include: ALSO: Featured Presentation “A Tour of N2ARC Ham Radio Station” a video… Read More »
  • Using Fldigi for a Traffic Net..
    Last month we had a presentation on conversational digital modes using Fldigi. Thanks to Bob, N2LO, here’s a link to his study of the Narrow Bandwidth Emergency Messaging System — nets which use modern… Read More »
  • Winter Field Day 2024 Wrap-up
    The Setup In 2021 Bob Cardone, N2EIM introduced the Sarnoff Radio Club to “Winter Field Day” (presentation .pdf) Since then the club has deployed to a back yard in 2022 (link), and to the… Read More »
  • Winter Field Day Preview
    Lots of photos of DSRC Winter Field Day are coming…. But here are a few. Laura K2WWF notes that the parking lot at Woodlot Park has a row of electrical outlets!! The township does… Read More »