Repeaters/Clubs

The Mount Beacon Amateur Radio Club (MBARC) operates several repeaters in the local area.  The following link will take you to their MBARC Repeaters information page on their website.  The Mount Beacon Amateur Radio Club is a fine ARRL affiliated sister organization with a long history of commitment to amateur radio and public service in the mid-Hudson Valley.  A large number of QSY members are also members of MBARC.  Visit their site and learn more about them.

The Putnam Emergency and Amateur Repeater League (PEARL) repeater page is located at PEARL Repeaters.  PEARL’s repeaters were established to provide continuous blanket commuter coverage over challenging terrain. PEARL is very active in public service and emergency preparedness in the Putnam County area.  Members of QSY can also be found on PEARL’s membership roster.  Visit the PEARL website for more information.

Repeater Information for the Overlook Mountain Amateur Radio Club (OMARC) is located at OMARC Home Page.  Because of their website structure, this link will bring you to their home page and you will have to click on “Repeaters” in the left column to access the detailed information.  OMARC is located in the Kingston/Hurley area of Ulster County. OMARC is active in emergency preparedness, SKYWARN, VE Testing, public service, etc.  Visit them to learn more.

The Orange County Amateur Radio Club (OCARC) has no repeaters at the present time., according to their website, but their members do use the Middletown repeater, WA2VDX/R on 146.760 mHz (PL100).  OCARC is a very active club which meets in the Cornwall, NY area.  To learn more about OCARC visit their site.

UNYREPCO is a representative membership organization which operates under an Executive Committee to serve and support the frequency coordination needs of the Amateur Radio repeaters operating across the broad upstate area. An extensive listing of repeaters can be found at NY Repeater Council.

Westchester Emergency Communications Association. WECA, founded in 1972, was organized to assist the Westchester County (New York) Civil Defense Office, now the Office of Disaster and Emergency Services (ODES) with communications support.

WECA’s membership consists of over 300 amateur radio operators (Hams) who live in the greater Westchester County area. Active members serve the community at public service events, natural disasters and civil defense situations as the premier auxiliary communications arm for Westchester County.

Visit their website for more information.  www.weca.org