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LibertyFest Events

The Edmond Amateur Radio Society, EARS, was founded in 1957 as a full-service amateur radio club. The club serves and assists the city of Edmond and surrounding communities through a number of radio communications activities including but not limited to: support for emergency operations, weather spotting, and parade marshaling. The club conducts HAM radio-related classes and technical workshops. For those interested in becoming licensed HAM operators, EARS provides American Radio Relay League (ARRL) volunteer examiner (VE) testing sessions. EARS members participate in weekly VHF, UHF and HF informational and fellowship nets, and work actively to promote and support numerous social and special events such as community QSO parties, Winter and Summer Field Days, the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon and Edmond’s LibertyFest.

Club Repeaters

EARS operates a 2m meter repeater on 147.135 and a 70cm repeater on 443.425. More detailed repeater information along with a link to the live online audio feed can be found on the repeater info page.

UHF Repeater

An 88.5 Hz tone is currently required to access the 443.425 UHF repeater. The tone was enabled in January of 2022 to reduce repeater interference. Operators who’ve used the repeater prior to the tone requirement may need to update their radio programming to activate the tone. 

If you have any questions, please contact Gary Stillman at

Monday Night Information Net

Check in on 147.135 and 443.425 at 8 pm on Monday evenings for the latest information information in central Oklahoma.

The Route 66 10 meter HF Net is an informal net conducted each Monday evening on 28.390 USB, Alternate: 28.410 USB
Route 66 10 meter HF NET immediately following the 2 meter Information net at approximately 8:30 PM. Get your kicks on 10 meters!

EARS Newsletter

Earlier this year I started putting together an EARS newsletter. While I try to put it together every week, I have missed a few weeks. You can click on the Newsletters link at the top of the page to view them. They contain good information so please take a look when you have a few minutes.

Field Day 2024

Field Day 2024 is coming up June 22-23. All of the Field Day info can be found on the Field Day page. We need volunteers to help with set up, operations, tear down and more! Please visit the page and consider helping with Field Day.

We will also have the annual Field Day dinner at 6pm on Saturday, June 22nd. Please sign up on the Field Day Dinner page if you are planning to attend so we can ensure there enough food for everyone!

VHF Repeater Live Online Audio Feed Back Up

The live online feed for the 147.135 VHF repeater is back up. In addition to the live feed, archives are also available for listening. I am currently working to get it embedded on the repeater info page. A direct link is also below.

Fox 25 News Story

Saturday morning Fox 25 visited our Field Day site at Bickham-Rudkin Park. A journalist was on site for probably 40-45 minutes capturing video of our Field Day set up. We were still setting up but he did a great job capturing the essence of what we were doing and why. Please take a look when you have a minute. It can be difficult to get media coverage like this so I am very thankful for them making the effort to share our story.

Field Day 2023 Recap

Thank you to each of you who helped with Field Day. I have posted a full recap on the Field Day Page.

Steven Christy / N5ZQ /

Amateur Radio Week Proclamation

In honor of recognition of our service to the city of Edmond, EARS was presented with a proclamation from Edmond mayor Darrell Davis declaring the week of June 20 to June 27, 2022 as “Amateur Radio Week.” A copy of the proclamation is available at the link below.

POTA Presentation

Mark Hamlin, AG5XF, gave a presentation on POTA or Parks on the Air at the February board meeting. Video of the presentation is below and is available on our YouTube page. This and future videos are available at the Videos link at the top of the page.

We hope you will join us at the March board meeting!

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