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:

  • Field Trip to Battleship 2022
    Visit the New Jersey, Saturday, August 13, 2022 About the Battleship and Ham Radio The Battleship New Jersey (https://www.battleshipnewjersey.org) has been open as a museum since 2001. Some of us remember when the Battleship New Jersey Amateur Radio Station (https://nj2bb.org/) was being formed with the help of the Victor Amateur Radio Association. We even had a visit from Joe Cramer N2XYZ, back in 2001, to recruit volunteers. At that time the ship… Read More »
  • InfoAge Visit Photos- 2022
    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 a visit to the Radio Technology Museum, a wonderful collection of radio and television technology. We were greeted by none other than David Sarnoff himself! Their docents provided a fine tour of radio technology from crystal radios to Television! (And a Theramin… Read More »
  • Ride MS – City to Shore 2022- Ham Help Needed!
    This year’s Bicycle event Ride MS – City to Shore will be here before we are ready for the end of the summer.  The event will run September 24th and 25th this year.  Last year several of us participated on either Saturday or Sunday or both. The role of ham operators is to help riders who are in trouble… or to report situations where others can help. It’s also a good way… 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.

… 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:

  • Field Trip to Battleship 2022
    Visit the New Jersey, Saturday, August 13, 2022 About the Battleship and Ham Radio The Battleship New Jersey (https://www.battleshipnewjersey.org) has been open as a museum since 2001. Some of us remember when the Battleship… Read More »
  • InfoAge Visit Photos- 2022
    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 a visit to the… Read More »
  • Ride MS – City to Shore 2022- Ham Help Needed!
    This year’s Bicycle event Ride MS – City to Shore will be here before we are ready for the end of the summer.  The event will run September 24th and 25th this year.  Last… Read More »
  • Remembering Field Day 2022
    This year’s Field Day was a great success. Newly licensed ham Fran O’Connell, WD2YMX, shared his impressions of David Sarnoff Radio Club Field Day and some photos too. Here’s his story:
  • Planning Field Day 2022
    We have created a page to explain what Field Day is, and why you should join us on June 25th and 26th, Find the page HERE Mark your calendar too. Also, get in contact… Read More »