The David Sarnoff Radio Club returns to the American Red Cross for meetings starting in September 2023. Thanks to John NU3E, John Wj3P, and Gary K2GW, we are allowed back… Read More »
Five of us gathered to practice setting up stations, with the excuse of the ARRL VHF Contest… formerly known as the QSO Party. Ben had a “field day” tuning Cushla’s… Read More »
Get a license, Get an upgrade, Get social, Get pie! Ham Cram and License Exam Session @ TCF Saturday March 18th Trenton Computer Festival Saturday, March 18th. Talks, Classes and… Read More »
Consider what Ham Radio was 20 years ago… and what we thought it would be like today. Hindsight is 2020.. a review of ham radio predictions from 2001 A .pdf… Read More »
Our first attempt at “Winter” Field Day, on the last weekend of January, 2023. Seven operators and several helpers from the club made the weekend special! Here are some photos!… Read More »
Although the sign for the Flaming Grill was not visible, sixteen members of the club found their way to the buffet this year. Here are some photos from our yankee… Read More »
On the weekend of August 20-21, 2022, several members of the DSRC: helped newbies Laura K2WWF, and Cushla KD2TCH get on the air with an Antenna Raising Party!
“That was a GREAT day at the Battleship! Weather was PERFECT!” – Rebecca K3RPM
“What a great time! … The people on board are a “fountain” of information.” – Don AK2S
“It was great to see the Radio Room again, and see where they operate Museum Ships Weekend!” – Charlie N2CTW.
We had a blast visiting the InfoAge Science and History Museums! Ten members of the DSRC toured several of the InfoAge museums on Saturday, July 23. The tour began with… Read More »
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… Read More »