Formed in 1957, the Edmond Amateur Radio Society is a full-service amateur radio club. We assist our community with emergency and weather nets, as well as parade staging and communication. We conduct licensing classes, license test sessions, technical workshops, and actively participate in HF operations such as Field Day and special events. We run weekly nets on VHF/UHF and HF and have numerous social events throughout the year.
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.
Please note that we are working on adding 88.5 tone access to the 443.425 UHF repeater. We have been experiencing interference on this repeater recently and enabling tone access is preferable to completely disabling it. While tone may not be required all the time, it would be a good idea to update your radio programming to include this change.
If you have any questions, please contact Gary Stillman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!
The Christmas Dinner is scheduled for Saturday, December 4 at 6pm. Please visit the Christmas Dinner Page for details and the sign up form.
Stockyards City Cowboy Christmas Parade
We still need volunteers for this parade. Please sign up today!
It is time to sign up for the 2021 edition of the parade! The parade is Saturday, December 4th. Please visit the Stockyards City Cowboy Christmas Parade Page and complete the form to sign up.
January Siren Test
The siren test previously scheduled for January 1, 2022 has been cancelled.
Cycle 66 Event
Thank you to the volunteers who assisted with this event. It was very successful and each of you played a role in the success!
Technician License Class Coordinator
We are looking for someone to take the reins of our technician license classes as class coordinator. There is a talented list of instructors to teach the class sessions but someone is needed to put together the schedule, help advertise the class, etc. If you are interested in helping with this important effort, please contact me at email@example.com.
Steven Christy, N5ZQ