Welcome to the online home of the White Mountain Amateur Radio Club, W1MWV, located in the Mount Washington Valley in Northern New Hampshire. The goal of the White Mountain Amateur Radio Club is to promote an interest in amateur radio and to establish friendships among members and visitors. In doing this WMARC is constantly creating a network of amateur radio operators who can provide communications during times of disaster or emergencies. The WMARC holds their monthly meetings every second Thursday of the month at the Conway Public Library in Conway, New Hampshire. The weekly net on the club repeater is held every Friday night at 7:00PM EST. If you are not in the Conway area and feel like you are missing out, don't! The WMARC repeater has an Echo Link node, KB1EZJ-R node number 671954. Check in with the net wherever you are in the world via Echo Link!

Club News

  • April Meeting (virtually) This Thursday, April 8th Impedance Measurements & Transmission Lines with Greg Algieri WA1JXR - This Thursday at 7pm on ZoomThe presentation will cover understanding of complex Impedance.Also give you a visualization of what really ...
    Posted Apr 6, 2021, 1:52 PM by Greg Fitch
  • Zoom Meeting Wednesday - Winlink part 2 with K1EHZ Jay Taft K1EHZ will be returning this Wednesday, January 27th, to join our Zoom meeting.  This week he will focus on walking us through the Winlink software setup.  If you ...
    Posted Jan 24, 2021, 2:58 PM by Greg Fitch
  • Zoom Meeting Wednesday - Winlink with K1EHZ This week the WMARC weekly Wednesday Video Meeting will have host Jay Taft K1EHZ.  Jay will be discussing Winlink.  If interested in setting up Winlink or following along with the ...
    Posted Jan 18, 2021, 4:51 AM by Greg Fitch
  • NEAR-Fest XXIX Cancelled! January 12th 2021.....FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Dear Friends of NEAR-Fest.....I am sure that just everyone knew this was coming but this makes it is official.The latest announcement ...
    Posted Jan 13, 2021, 4:09 AM by Greg Fitch
  • WMARC January 14th Meeting, How to SOTA with the web Bob Daniels - AC1Z is back with a deep dive on SOTA Website(s) Explanation.This will be a Zoom presentation.  For more information about our Zoom presentations please sign up ...
    Posted Jan 3, 2021, 4:00 PM by Greg Fitch
  • WMARC upcoming Speakers for 2021 - subject to change January 6 Bob Daniels - AC1Z His experiences w/ SOTA (Wednesday Zoom Meeting)January 14 Bob Daniels - AC1Z SOTA website explanation January 20 Jay Taft - K1EHZ WinLink (Wednesday Zoom Meeting)February ...
    Posted Jan 3, 2021, 3:52 PM by Greg Fitch
  • Monthly Club Meeting 12/10/20 The White Mountain Amateur Radio Club continues to meet virtually on Zoom.  This month the presentation will be Soldering with Steve Johnston, WD8DAS.Steve Johnston, WD8DAS, has been a destroyer ...
    Posted Dec 9, 2020, 4:47 AM by Greg Fitch
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Local Repeaters

  • VHF:  145.450, Negative offset, PL Tone 100Hz.  Located on Mt. Cranmore in North Conway, NH.  Yaesu Fusion and analog
  • UHF:  446.875, Negative offset, PL Tone 100Hz. Located on Mt. Cranmore in North Conway, NH.  Wires-X capable
  • VHF:  146.655, Negative offset, PL Tone 100Hz .  Located on Mt. Washington
  • UHF:  448.225, negative offset, PL Tone 88.5Hz.  Located on Mt. Washington
  • VHF:  147.285, positive offset, PL Tone 88.5Hz.  Located on Ring Farm in Bridgton, ME.
  • DMR:  448.775 MHz, -5.000 MHz, Color Code 2
  • Echo Link: KB1EZJ-R, node: 671954