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Founded in 1930, the Delaware Valley Radio Association is one of the nation’s oldest radio clubs. For directions and meeting times, see our webpage!
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DVRA welcomes visitor from Ireland. Don Brennan, EI6IL (center) from County Louth, Ireland, visits the DVRA while on holiday in the US. Pictured with Don is his nephew, Ethan (left) from Bucks County, PA, and Cliff Green, WA2TMF, DVRA Program Director.
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DVRA Jul 20
On August 18th the DVRA will be hosting its annual Open House Picnic. Bring your family and friends to take a tour of our state of the art amateur radio facility and enjoy a day of activity and fun with fellow amateur radio enthusiasts.
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DVRA Jul 12
DVRA seeks 20 volunteer amateur radio operators for Jul 20-21 NJ State Triathlon. As a volunteer operator, you will spend approximately three to four hours each of the two mornings and be stationed along the race course to provide communications support.
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DVRA Jul 8
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DVRA Jun 13
Bob Hecht, N3AAK (left) receives a certificate of appreciation on June 12, 2019 from DVRA Program Director Cliff Green, WA2TMF, for his efforts in preparation, commitment, and outcome of the Spring 2019 CW Training Program.
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DVRA Jun 11
The DVRA will hold a free, public field day event at Mercer County Park to display equipment and technologies used for public service and community outreach. The public is invited to join us. For more information click on link
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DVRA Jun 11
The DVRA Executive Committee is pleased to announce the introduction of the W2ZQ Operators Club. W2ZQ Operators Club members are memorialized on a wall plaque at the DVRA club shack and receive a fine certificate shown for display at his/her home shack.
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DVRA Jun 7
5 Scouts and 2 leaders from Troop 5 in Churchville PA visited W2ZQ to work on their Radio Merit Badge. Steve Cain, W3LMC their Merit Badge counselor and Gary Wislon was on hand as they participated in a contact with Northern Ireland.
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DVRA May 28
June 12th monthly meeting to feature presentation titled ‘The Six Ws of Amateur Radio Satellite Analog Operation’ by Glen Johnstone, NK1N
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DVRA May 23
Mike Daly, KC2SBR, brought home first place in a nip-and-tuck battle to discover who could locate the transmitter first. Glen Johnstone, NK1N, edged out Brian Hagen, KR3LAX, for second place. A great time was had by all in superb weather conditions.
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DVRA May 10
Congratulations Sherwood Report on the FTDX101D results are in...the Yaesu FTDX101D is #1
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DVRA Apr 23
The Delaware Valley Radio Association monthly meeting will feature ARRL Southern New Jersey (SNJ) Section Manager Tom Preiser, N2XW, and ARRL Southern New Jersey (SNJ) Emergency Coordinator Tom Devine, WB2BLJ
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DVRA Apr 22
Find your ham roots by tracing the history of your call sign
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DVRA Apr 16
The Delaware Valley Radio Association will host an amateur radio transmitter hunt on Saturday April 20, 2019 from 8:45am to 11:00am. The event is free and is open to everyone. You do not need to be a licensed amateur radio operator to participate.
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DVRA Apr 11
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DVRA Apr 11
The DVRA has a newly formed Antenna Committee with a focus on the design, construction and installation of amateur radio antennas for club members.
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DVRA Apr 9
The Delaware Valley Radio Association is proud to support the March of Dimes / March for Babies event on Sunday April 28, 2019 from 9:00am – 11:00am at Mercer County Park in West Windsor, New Jersey.
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DVRA Apr 7
We would like to thank Gary Wilson K2GW, Steve Gingo KB2RMS and everyone else for making this weekends Fox Hunt event a fun time for everyone.
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DVRA Apr 5
DVRA Club meeting 4/10/19 featured presentation by Dennis Vernacchia, N6KI about hams serving in the Vietnam war getting radio-telephone phone patches to their family, friends and loved ones back to the states.
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DVRA Apr 1
The Delaware Valley Radio Association (callsign W2ZQ) operates two special event stations W2T and W2P to commemorate two historic, local battles from 1776 and 1777. The enjoyment of amateur radio comes from the friendships we make across the globe.
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