To promote and explore the hobby of amateur radio. Providing quality training for all amateurs and in all aspect of the hobby.
Welcome to Ripon and District Amateur Radio Society
We are a friendly club based in the picturesque city of Ripon, North Yorkshire. We meet weekly at our underground bunker every Thursday night at 1930 (local time!); please take a look at our contact page for directions.
We are an active club and members take part in a whole range of activities including :-
- SSB Field Day
- Jamboree on the Air (JOTA)
- Mills on the Air
- Club Championships
We can provide training and examination facilities for all three stages of the amateur radio license; these are Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced. We are also able to provide testing for the US FCC exams in conjunction with Darley ARC.
Why not call in and see us!
73 and hope to see you soon.
Congratulations to our three Foundation candidates who all passed the exam and now have shiny new M6 call signs!
- Phil M6PHV
- Simon M6HDI
- Tom M6HDN
Thanks go to our club tutors for giving up their time and helping our candidates get another 100% exam pass rate!
Phil M6PHV/M was wasting no time getting on air, being heard on Monday's weekly 2m RADARS Club Net via GB3HG :)
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