Greater Beloit Amateur Radio Club

                                                                 Web Master:  Carl Cramer,


Up-Coming Meeting:                                                                                W9BJ  at

     Monday, September 11th 2017     7:00 pm

                    Beloit Fire Department, Main Fire Station,  1111 Church Street, Beloit, Wisconsin    

                                                       Park and enter by west entrance. , 

   Share your latest Ham Radio gadget and/or interesting project.

Also, tell your wild story about the latest hamfest you attended and the loot of goodies acquired!

                              Severe weather season.  Keep you operating procedures and equipment up to date.


The Monthly Ham's Breakfast is Saturday, August 12th, at 8:00 am at Denny's Restaurant, I-90 at South Beloit. 

(Flying J Truck Stop)  All area hams are welcome.   Say hello to Conrad Herold-W9DL.  Bring another ham friend along.

Fusion (Digital) Network:  443.175 Repeater in Clinton Monday 7:30 pm and Thursday 7:30.  All are welcome. 

The BARC 2 Meter FM net meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm.  Test your 2-meter equipment.   Visitors welcome to drop by.                       

 Beloit repeater 147.120 MHz Output/147.720 MHz Input, Tone Access 123 Hertz.

Join Chuck-WD9BB, Monday throught Friday, on the Senile Net.   We meet on 14.287 MHz, USB, from 8am to 9am.  Holiday excepted.

KB9UNX, the ARES Public Service, Emergency, practice network, meets Tuesdays, on 145.450 MHz FM, Tone Access 123 Hertz,                                 

using the Janesville Repeater. 

License Exams:     Scott Fry-N9FRY is an ARRL VEC examiner.    Check his data at for details.

Press here to download 2013 11 BARC By Laws


 Main Menu:  Greater Beloit Amateur Radio Club  (Incorporated in Wisconsin.)

 2017 New Board members:  Greg-K9GJN and Dean-K9FLO.

                               Continuing Board of Directors are:   Brett-K9BY,  Lyndon-WA9JLD                                                      and Chuck-WD9BB


 We strive to:

                            encourage interest in radio communications,

                            improve proficiency in the art of amateur radio,

                            aid in the education of interested persons with the view of becoming licensed amateurs.

                            improve relations between amateur radio operators and the general public.

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