Public Service is one of the charter reasons for the existence of amateur radio. Along with technical investigations at the beginning, it is one of the backbones of amateur radio.… Read More »
This year we will set up on private property, and not in a public place. This is out of extreme caution regarding COVID-19 and safety of members. So there are… Read More »
PRESIDENT’S BLOG – On Exposure and other things There has been a lot of talk lately about the new RF Exposure limitsfor amateur radio. In the past we were given… Read More »
On Saturday March 20, 2021 the David Sarnoff Radio Club sponsored “Ham Cram” as a way to “Get a Ham Radio License via Zoom in One Day”
A total of 17 exam elements were attempted by the 12 candidates. 7 earned a Technician class license, 3 earned a General class license, and 2 did not earn a license.
Special thanks to Joe Speroni, AH0A who developed the virtual Zoom exam session process and spent countless hours before, during, and after TCF to support our event.
In one day you might go from beginner to licensed Amateur Radio Operator. Follow these links to our Ham Cram page.
Put our brand-new website, N2RE.ORG as a link in your browser
This past July our club president, Dennis McClary, died unexpectedly. Dennis KC2IMI was the public face of the David Sarnoff Radio Club for many years. He will be remembered for… Read More »