Why become a member of the ICRC (Insurance city repeater club)?
1. Involvement in special projects
Including experimentation and deployment of high speed digital communication networks, such as point to point, point to multipoint, and omni directional points of access.
2. Participation in emergency preparedness and emergency operations with the American Red Cross.
Including back up command and control, message handling, and disaster relief in times of crisis.
3. To expand your knowledge of amateur radio.
Once you’ve got you’re ticket we can help introduce you to low band, packet radio, UHF/VHF voice repeater operations, and high speed digital microwave technology. Not to mention computers, and networking
So why join our club?
To learn, to help you’re community, and to explore new technologies.
Who can join?
Any licensed amateur radio operator.
How much does it cost?
To become a member we ask that you donate 50 dollars each year. This money pays for equipment, power, and finances club activities.
How do I become a member?
You can become a member of the ICRC by filling out our club application and mailing it to:
Dan Wall, W1ZFG
94 Rowe Place
Bristol, CT 06010