The Kings County Radio Club is an organization dedicated to the art and science of radio communications.  We help to educate those individuals interested in learning about Amateur Radio as a hobby.


Welcome to the KCRC Bi-Weekly Technical Net!

We sponsor an informal Technical Question & Answer Net on the second AND fourth Wednesdays of each month at 9 PM on the KC2RC Repeater, 146.730 MHz output, 146.130 MHz input with an 88.5 Hz PL tone. Everyone, please come. Ask a question, or answer one, or just come to show moral support. No question is a silly question.


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Our QTH (location) is in Brooklyn, New York. We meet the first Wednesday of every month at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.

Please feel free to browse our web site to learn more.  If you need help, have  questions, or need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Officers for 2017

Mitch N2RGA, President

Howard N2GOT, Vice President

Roy AC2GS, Secretary

Richard KA2KDQ, Treasurer

Executive Board Members at Large

Milen KG2C – Howard, K2IGJ

Club meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month.

Our 10 Meter Net is on Sundays, 11 AM, 28.380 MHz.

Our 2 Meter Net is on Tuesdays, 9 PM, 146.730 MHz, 88.5 PL Encode and Decode.

Our Club repeater is an open system and all are welcome. We are running a  Yaesu DR-1X System Fusion digital system, In “Auto / Auto Mode”. It is compatible with System Fusion Digital Radios or Standard FM Radios. Digital mode transmissions will not hear FM mode transmissions and FM mode transmissions will not hear Digital mode transmissions (make sure “Tone Squelch Decode” is on).

Power output is 20 watts into a VHF linear amplifier, with an output of 97 watts, out to our duplexer. Our antenna is a Hustler Repeater Antenna with 6dB Gain and is 210 feet above ground.

VE sessions are held in the Executive Dining Room of NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, 506 Sixth Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11215. We will announce our next session HERE.