Dundee Amateur Radio Club
Welcome to the home page of the Dundee Amateur Radio Club.
The Dundee Amateur Radio Club was formed in the late 1960s by two lecturers at what was then the Kingsway Technical College. We still meet at the same place which is now called Dundee and Angus College. More about the club's history.
We are an active club, participating in many events such as Field Days and Special Events Stations, and taking part in contests such as CQWW. We often have technical workshops, both practical and theoretical, and talks on radio-related subjects from guest speakers. More about club events.
We also provide technical facilities including a well-equipped radio shack.
The club runs a D-STAR repeater GB7DP. For more information about this and other technical news visit our facilities page. More about technical facilities.
We are authorised to carry out training and examinations at all levels, which is a major part of the club's activities. Our Lead Instructor is Tom, GM3NHQ, Foundation training is carried out by Tony, MM0WXE, and the man who looks after all the paperwork for the exams is our Exam Secretary Ian, MM0HRI. Other members also assist with training as required.
We meet on a Tuesday night during term time at 7.00 p.m. at Dundee and Angus College, Old Glamis Road in room E007, which is in the engineering block, not the main tower block.
You can contact us by email at:
— Jim Wilson MM0DXD, Secretary