Madison DX Club ( MDXC )
1. Promotes radio knowledge, fraternalism, and individual operating efficiency, and to so conduct club programs and activities as to advance the general interest and welfare of Amateur Radio DXing in the community.
2. Operates the W9BG DX cluster node. You may access the node via radio on 223.440Mhz or via the internet using telnet or various logging programs at http://w9bg.com.
3. Manages a student scholarship program to financially assist students enrolled in institutions of higher learning.
4. Meets on the second Tuesday of every month for the purpose of sharing information regarding Amateur Radio contact with distant stations. Check the website for meeting location.
More information about the Madison DX Club can be found at: http://www.madisondxclub.org/
MARA - Madison Area Repeater Association
MARA sponsors two VHF repeaters, W9HSY, (147.15 MHzÂ - pl 123 & 146.76), phone patch, public service events, and a variety of nets. Monitor 147.15MHz+.
P.O. Box 14171
Madison WI 53708-0171
Informal Ham Social Meetings
Guests always welcome
Zilch Breakfast - Saturday @ 7:30 am - Green Lantern, Siggelkow Rd., McFarland
Zilch Lunch - Saturday @ 10:30 am - Village Green, 7508 Hubbard Av, Middleton
Monthly breakfast - Usually the 3rd Saturday of the month at 9:00 am Monona Garden Restaurant , 6501 Bridge Rd., Madison.
Please e-mail Jim Patch WA9LJK firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or be notified when there will be upcoming breakfasts.
BARS - Badger Amateur Radio Society University of Wisconsin - W9YT
The W9YT repeater is on 146.685 MHz.
Click here to visit the BARS web site.
CWRA - Central Wisconsin Repeater Assoc.
CWRA sponsors two repeaters: 146.88 MHz and 146.94 MHz. You need a PL of 123 Hz for access. Be sure to check out the CWRA web site for complete information. To join, send $20 to:
PO Box 171
Prairie du Sac, WI 53578-0171
Dane County ARES
Handles emergency communications in city, county and state.
Madison DX Club
The Madison DX Club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Learn how to find and work DX, get QSL cards, use the DX cluster, and socialize with some of the top DXers and contesters. More information is at at www.madisondxclub.org. Connect to the DX Cluster on www.w9bg.com
Yellow Thunder Amateur Radio Club, WB9FDZ
Web site URL is: http://yellowthunder.org
Details about the "Circus City Swapfest" are also located on http://yellowthunder.org
Circus City Swapfest - Every August at the Sauk County Fairgrounds in Baraboo, WI
The RF Deck BBS
608-356-4777. Operated by Steve, N9UDO.