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Austin Amateur Radio Club

The Austin Amateur Radio Club (AARC) is an active affiliate club of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). The club meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Applied Research Lab at 10000 Burnet Road, Austin TX.

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 the workday “drive time”.  Come Join Us!

The AARC wants you to be part of the family. Join or Renew your membership today. Check out the Member benefits!

Mission Statement

Our goal is to promote Amateur Radio as a worthwhile hobby, to promote the advancement of technical competence and operator skills in the art of Amateur Radio, and to serve the community by providing public service and emergency communications.

AARC Officers

See the Board of Directors page for details about current officers.

Board of Directors

Kerby Spruiell, KG5DLD
president [at]

Vice President

Lew Thompson, W5IFQ
vice-president [at]

Mark Jenkins, W5MPJ
treasurer [at]

Pat Obert, N3BYX
secretary [at]

All Officers
aarc-officers [at]

Other Contacts

Travis County ARES Emergency Coordinator *
Robert “Rex” Schuller, K8REX
K8REX [at]

Public Information Officer
Jimmy Earl, WB5MET
pio [at]

Technical Committee
Roy Walker, WA5YZD
WA5YZD [at]

Newsletter Editor/ Webmaster
editor [at]

* Non-voting members

Current Standing Committees

Technical Committee

Roy Walker, WA5YZD
Jeff Schmidt, N5MNW
Jim Trulove, WB5EMI
Stuart Rohre, K5KVH
Paul Gilbert, KE5ZW
Mark Stennett, NA6M

Glenn Currie, KD5MFW
Greg Jurens, K5JG
Jon Penner, N5MHI, D-Star Admin
Ross Snyder, N0GSZ
Nick Broline, W5FUA

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