Radio Club Inc. was formed on 12 March 1923 and became a Branch of
NZART in 1932. The first meeting of the Hamilton Amateur Radio Club, as
a branch of NZART, was held in the RI's room in the Public Library
building on the 13th April 1932, with 23 people present. It included
George Anchor ZL1FP, Alan Seacombe ZL1BW and Eric de Lacy ZL1ADM life
member and club historian.
Our Club rooms are
located at 88 Seddon Road, Hamilton.
We currently have about
35 members who are involved in various aspects of Amateur Radio.
a Branch of NZART, the Hamilton Amateur Radio Club Inc. supports NZART
and encourages all Radio Amateurs to belong to the National Association.
General Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the
month at 19.30 Hrs, generally at the clubrooms. Please see the 'Meetings'
page for details of the next meeting. We generally have a speaker,
speaking on an aspect of Amateur Radio, followed by a time of
fellowship and a cup of coffee together.
General Meeting is held on the third Wednesday of February.
Section Meetings are held on the fifth Wednesday of the month.
The Branch 12page
Branch 12 Market Day
The 2018 Market Day is done and dusted.
The next annual Market Day is to be held on
?? September, 2019,
Visitors to the radio club
market day (2014) check out some of the electrical components. . . . . Photo courtesy of Waikato Times, Hamilton.
"Ham Radio -
Ancestors of the Internet"
out this interesting video HERE
This doc presents an overview of Amateur Radio - its history
and its relevance in communication today - through interviews of
Hams and vioceover narration.
Ham Radio Daily - your
source for daily amateur radio news
Check it out >>>>>
"Ham radio far
from over and out"
electronic social network is experiencing a resurgence. So says this
article in the Sydney Morning Herald.
New RSGB Facebook
The RSGB is delighted to announce the launch of its new Facebook page
W2LJ's Blog - QRP - Do More For Less
The USA verses Europe
Disclaimer - this is meant to be a bit of humour - let's not all
. . . . . see more
Interested in Storm Spotting
Here is a webpage that may interest you - "Become a Storm Spotter at Home" .
latest NZART Official Broadcast can be heard online - click HERE
You can also access the archive of previous broadcasts on the same page.
NZ Repeater location maps and bandplan information can be found HERE.