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.
Our next monthly meeting will be February 7th, 2018!
Well, It’s Time To Pay Up Again!
Yup, it’s that time of the year again, when we implore all of our fine members to get out their checkbooks, or you guyz in the 21st century, your PayPal accounts and pay your 2018 Club dues! For 2018, it’s $30, unless you qualify for a discount. So PLEASE pay early (and often)! Your support of the Club allows us to do so many things to advance our exciting and rewarding Amateur Radio Hobby, both locally and anywhere that the Internet reaches!
For 2018, all KCRC meetings and VE sessions will be held ACROSS THE STREET from New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital at 501 Sixth Street, “Wesley House” in room 6B, on the sixth floor! Take the elevator to the 6th floor and follow the signs to Room 6B! If the front door is locked, please wait there while we get it opened.
Are Your Morse Code Skills Getting Rusty? Are You Interested in Developing Your Skills from Scratch, Or Improving Your Present Fist? Well, Let Us Introduce You to The NEW Long Island CW Club! Dedicated “To Promote the Continued Use of CW As A Viable And Enjoyable Form Of Amateur Radio Communication.” They Are A Local Organization That Is Dedicated To Promote and Assist Hams To Develop Their Morse Code Skills. Please Click This Link And Take A Good Look Around! It’s Easier To Learn In With Others!(Not Affiliated With the Kings County Radio Club.)
The KCRC Fusion Net!
The Club has begun a weekly Yaesu Fusion Digital Net, every Thursday at 9 PM on the KC2RC Repeater, with Jason KD2LRX as your Net Control Operator. Everyone with the capability to receive and transmit Yeasu Fusion Digital Voice is urged to check into the Net. For those out of the area, we have arranged a Wires-X Room “KC2RC-ROOM” for remote access, and for those that don’t yet have a Yaesu Fusion capable radio, we stream the audio one way through the Internet (as we do with our analog signals) at http://Fusion.kc2rc.com. Join in on the fun. Hope to see you there!
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 website to learn more. If you need help, have questions, or need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
KCRC on HamNation!
Officers for 2018
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 2 Meter Fusion Net is Thursdays, 9 PM 146.730 MHZ DN Mode or the (KC2RC-Room) Wires X Room.
Analog users can join us on the net on the KB2NGU Repeater 448.375 162.2 PL Thanks to Phil for the use of his repeater.
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 for 2018 will be held across the street from New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital in Wesley House, 501 Sixth Street, Room 6B – on the sixth floor.) We will announce our next session HERE.
* (Based on publicly available metropolitan club membership rosters.)