Central Washington Amateur Radio Club
W7TT Repeater Info
2 meter145.310 – 100.0 Hz tone
70 cm443.900+ DSTAR
Welcome to the Web site of the Central Washington Amateur Radio Club.
We operate the W7TT repeater on Beezley Hill in Ephrata, Washington.
145.310MHz, 100.0Hz tone
Nets every Tuesday night at 7:30pm local time.
Meetings are on the third Thursday of the month at the Ephrata American Legion.
Next meeting will be ((calculating...)).
Dinner at 6:00pm ($10 per person), meeting at 7:00pm.
124 C Street NW, Ephrata, WA 98823 — Google Maps
This site is under active construction and development. Last update 17 May 2018.
We will be having a Field Day on June 23-24! More information to come.
Contact the Webmaster
UPDATE 2017-05-03 0232 GMT: The login script is operational! Net controls will soon be able to record nets online!
UPDATE 2017-04-28 0057 GMT (Superseded by update 2017-05-03): The login script is not yet operational. There's nothing to see if you logged in anyway at this point. On the plus side, logins and member data are my current project. You may notice that things are changing on this Web site literally every day. One thing that's changed in the last few days is that there are now PICTURES if you click on "Field Day!" If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to me.
I can be reached at the following email address (click to view): w7....com
June 24-25, 2017
It's that time of year again! The Central Washington Amateur Radio Club will be hosting another Field Day on June 24-25. More information to come. Stay tuned!
June 20, 2015
Image credit from iFiber One News.
June 23, 2012
W7TT Central Washington A.R.C. this year had a fun field day with 17 club members helping operate and set up. One squall Saturday afternoon about took the tent down but several strong helpers held the poles from blowing down. Thanks gang. The score was for fun but the cw crew hogged the rig and won out on the QSO count...grin ARRL QST said we were the top score in Eastern Washington section in our category. We plan on doing it again next year and maybe more than one rig.
Tried a new Flex 6300 rig this year for part of the day (old timers hid it so had to use the Icom...grin)
If anyone needs a field day QSL please send to WR7K.
Thanks and 73 guy WR7K