The Nashua Area Radio Club is a group of New England Amateur Radio enthusiasts with a wide range of interests. Our club’s mission is to:
- Encourage and help new people to become licensed and become active in the Amateur Radio Service
- Provide training and mentoring to enable our members to improve their technical and operating skills
- Sponsor on-air operating activities so that our members may practice and fully develop their operating skills and have fun!
We offer many activities to help our members meet these goals. You can learn more about our activities here.
Our club has many members in the Hillsborough County Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) district. ARES provides communication in times of emergencies and for local public service events like parades. There are multiple ARES Nets run in the local area for practicing emergency operations. Please see the Calendar section of this website for current listings and times.
Our next club meeting will be on Tuesday, September 6th at 7pm. Tom Gallagher NY2RF, CEO of the ARRL, will be our speaker. Tom will be joined by Dave Patton, NN1N – ARRL Manager, Field Services and Radiosport; Tom Frenaye, K1KI – ARRL New England Division Director; and Peter Strohrer, K1PJS – ARRL NH Section Leader. Note that we will be meeting at the Nashua Public Library in September – you can find more information here. Don’t miss it!
Our next Tech Night will be about RF Simulation – Tools, Techniques and Applications in Amateur Radio and will be presented by Jeff Millar, WA1HCO. Don’t miss it!
Except for our September Club Meeting (see above), our Club Meetings and Tech Nights are held at the FirstChurch in Nashua, NH. Please park in the second or third lot next to the Church. We hope to see you at our next Tech Night!
Click here for more information and for directions to our meetings.
You can find information on how to contact us here.
The Nashua Area Radio Club is an ARRL Special Service Club, providing a variety of services to our community, to our members and to all Radio Amateurs.