Welcome to the website of the Austin Amateur Radio Club, an active affiliate club of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) now in our 100th year!
Our club normally meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM.
Location: Applied Research Laboratories at 10000 Burnet Road
(But check here to see if a holiday shifts the schedule!)
Club meetings are open to the public!
Members are active in a number of specialized areas including Field Day, Contesting, Digital Modes, EMCOMM and ATV. Members can usually be found monitoring the 146.940 repeater ( - /107.2) - especially during morning and afternoon "drive time" hours. Come Join Us!
Note: This is a public website. No login is required to view the public content on this site. AARC members have access to Members Only section and forums upon login. Members can also pay dues online. Yearly invoices are emailed in December, due by January 1st. Also, each of the top menu items are separate pages, in addition to the links below them.
Don't forget to visit the Meetings & Events page for all the upcoming events. On the go? Download the Wild Apricot for Members app in Google Play Store for Android (or) Apple App Store. for iPhone. The app for members lets you view upcoming events, pay your club dues, edit your profile, change your password, or view other club members (basic info).
It has been brought to our attention that there is an online solicitation seeking donations to support costs for a purportedly ill youngster. The solicitation is claiming that the youngster is the critically ill child of an ARRL member and requires urgent surgery. ARRL has confirmed that this is a scam and that ARRL will never send an unsigned email of this nature to members. If you see this solicitation, your best course of action is to ignore it. If it comes in an email, do not forward it. Just delete it.
Important: Austin Hands-Free Ordinance
Austin, TX has gone hands-free! No portable electronic devices are allowed while operating a vehicle or riding a bicycle. Find out what this means to hams and how we can be exempt. Check it out HERE!