is a registered
ARRL Affiliate club.
Grid Square: FN-31, DX Zone: 05, ITU Zone: 8
"Service to the community for over 60 years."
This site will be relocated later in 2009. Yahoo will be discontinuing the Geocities service.
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Welcome to the Stratford Amateur Radio Club, W1ORS Located in Boothe Memorial Park, Stratford, CT
Our operator may be asleep at the mic again.  We wake him every Wednesday and Friday evening at 7:45 PM
to operate 146.550 FM simplex  and 28.390 SSB. If you are submitting QSO data or if you are requesting information, click here:
w1ors@yahoo.com - bookmark this SARC website:  www.oocities.org/w1ors/index.html
Above: Incorporated in 1946, the Stratford Amateur Radio Club has operated from this building in Boothe Park since 1952.
Below: Tall and proud, SARC's Amateur Radio Station, W1ORS, sports antennas for all the major Ham Radio bands.
SARC/W1ORS maintains 2-way radio equipment and computer aids for emergency operation, any time, day or night, throughout the year. Most recently, SARC members contributed to emergency relief  communications operations during the 9/11 attack on the United States, and during hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma. You can read more about SARC in the articles below.
is an active,
participating member of
Amateur Radio Emergency Service,
providing Emergency Communications to local communities
since 1946.
members include experienced instructors and examiners to teach theory and radio procedure,
train in the skill of Morse code,
and offer advice and guidance to
non-hams, the community, and Amateur Radio upgrade candidates.
Our Club:
See the JOTA Page Here

FEB. '07 NEW

Technician Class Ops can work HF
beginning Feb 23, 2007.
You may qualify for a Certificate
Expires April 30th.

Get your name and call on this site

Beginning April 2, '07 NEW


Field Day 2007
CQ magazine
Report on our club.

Read about our club in
local and national publications.
Click the links at left.
The Connecticut Post
Report on our club.
Hometown Publications
Review of New FCC Rulings
The Bridgeport Post
Report on loss of the
500 KHz Maritime Freq.
Visit our Detailed site Here
Download a
Club Membership Application here.
Join our Yahoo Group and exchange  info on technical, operational and legal subjects.
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for information on how to join and enjoy all of the ARRL's benefits and privilages.
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