About the Delta Club
Amateur Related Links
DARC Net Information
FCC Amateur Radio License Renewal
FCC License Testing
Field Day 2017
Membership Application Form
Memphis Area Repeater Frequencies
Public Service Events
W4BS Repeater System
W4BS Repeater Rules and Etiquette
2018 Board of Directors
Welcome to the web site of the Delta Amateur Radio Club!
Delta holds monthly meetings,
offers formal training classes for all three amateur radio licenses (Technician, General, and Extra)
and informal training sessions on all aspects of amateur radio,
supports public service events,
provides five VHF/UHF repeaters,
hosts a nightly information net,
publishes a monthly newsletter,
participates in Field Day each year,
and, perhaps most importantly, fosters the amazing camaraderie of the ham radio community.
We welcome to our club meetings all hams, anyone with an interest in becoming a ham, and anyone with a curiousity about ham radio. The club meetings
are held on the second Tuesday evening of the month. See Meeting Information for meeting time and location.
Delta Club Information
Located in Memphis, TN, Delta Amateur Radio Club is an ARRL Special Services Club of approximately 236 members and is the largest amateur radio club in Tennessee. The club holds a nightly information net on the 146.82 repeater
at 8pm as well as a YL Net Saturday evenings at 8:45pm (all times local).
Go here for additional information about our nets.
The club is governed by a Board of Directors which is elected each November to serve for the following calendar year.
Delta is a non-profit corporation chartered by the state of Tennessee. The club has been recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt organization under IRS Code
501(c)(3); anyone who donates financial aid, equipment or any other assets to the club may deduct these donations from their Federal Income Tax.
We have two documents that you might find interesting: The History of Delta Club and our Facts and Information page.
If you travel through Memphis, please feel free to use our 146.82 repeater. You're welcome to use any of our repeaters, but the ".82" machine with an antenna at 500
feet above ground has useful range of about 60 to 65 miles. It is one of the best repeaters in the area. See W4BS Repeater System for PL tones and offsets.