Category: Club Info

IMO Traffic Net

Daily, 6:30 p.m. ET, 146.88 MHz (or 146.76 MHz if the 146.88 MHz repeater is unavailable). Local net of the ARRL National Traffic System.


Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Many members of the Fort Wayne Radio Club participate in the Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES), which consists of licensed amateurs who have voluntarily registered their qualifications and equipment for… Read more »


The Fort Wayne Radio Club and Allen County Amateur Radio Technical Society jointly operate a Digital Smart Technologies for Amateur Radio (D-STAR) repeater. This page is designed to provide helpful… Read more »

FWRC Roster

Listed below are the call signs of people (or last names of unlicensed people) who are, according to FWRC records, current members of the club, with dues paid for calendar… Read more »

Club History

ARRL affiliation certificate signed in 1930 by ARRL founder Hiram Percy Maxim. See a larger version. The Fort Wayne Radio Club traces its origin and roots through several predecessor clubs… Read more »

About FWRC

The Fort Wayne Radio Club is an organization of amateur (ham) radio operators in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Members participate in several activities in the Fort Wayne area. The two major… Read more »