ARRL Affiliated Club
146.175 MHZ (+) Tone 107.2  Red Mtn.
445.600 MHZ (-) Tone 107.2 Red Mtn.
Basic FARC Repeater Use Rules

N6FQ Repeaters host a local ARES Net, Every Tuesday 7:00 pm

The Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club normally meets at 3:00 PM on the first Saturday of the month at the Roy Noon Hall, 231 E. Hawthorne St. Map

It is our purpose to further the exchange of information and cooperation between members, to promote 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 in the community, with an emphasis on emergency communications.

Visitors are always welcome to attend the meetings.

Commission For American Radio Relay League

The club can receive a $2 commission for every regular renewal. And we can retain $15 for each new regular and senior membership submitted. A new member is defined as any individual who has never been a member of ARRL or any individual who has not retained a membership for two or more calendar years prior to the application submission. Download form

Club Supports Communication Needs For

Club members support local emergency communications via the Fallbrook N6FQ repeaters, located atop Red Mountain in Fallbrook. From this site our antennas have coverage of Fallbrook, Rainbow, Bonsall, De Luz and the surrounding communities.

Club members support North County Fire Protection District and North County CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) communications, and supplys backup communications for the Red Cross.

The Dewey Emergency Communications Center, the base for amateur radio operators who provide communications help during an emergency, it is located within the Emergency Operations Center for the North County Fire Protection District.

Club members support Cal Fire's (CDF) Volunteers In Fire Prevention's (VIP) specialized group of HAM radio operators volunteers that provide additional communication networks for Cal Fire during emergencies including wildland fires, earthquakes, floods. N6FQ repeaters coverage of rural  North County  is used for a auxiliary net for Red Flag Fire Patrols during times of high fire threat.
QST August 2008 story,  What is the VIP Red Flag Patrol?

The club organizes communication volunteers and nets for community events such as the Avocado Festival and the Christmas Parade.

Various club members belong to:
ACS (Auxiliary Communications Service)/RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services)
ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Services)
Cal Fire's (CDF), VIP Program, Red Flag Fire Patrols
Red Cross
PARC (Palomar Amateur Radio Club)
Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Event Committees

Message Handling Information

FARC FaceBook Group

Field Day 2014 120Meg Movie by W6MF

Safe(r) Computing, Presentation

Digital Communications

Fallbrook Christmas Parades
License Study, Classes, Testing


Fallbrook News, Blog, Twitter

Streaming Audio (Repeaters, VHF Fire)

Local Nets

Basic FARC Repeater Use Rules

News Letter

Weather Related

APRS (Automatic Packet Reporting System)

Minutes of  Monthly Meeting

Club Officers

Member List

Membership Application


Club Constitution Bylaws

Emergency Preparedness Page

Band Plans

Fire Frequencies

FT-60, UV-5 Information

Dewey EOC news story

Web Links

Field Days

"Avenue of the Oaks" Bicycle Ride

Avocado Festival 2006

Labor Day DFing

Radio Interview with Bigs Parker (1.34K)

Fallbrook On Fire Feb 2002

History of the Club

First In Space

De Luz Flood 1993

Harry Field-W6LKC, Mable Field-W6YZV

FARC would like to thank Steve Baum - AA6VO for providing web space to the club.

Web Master, Ron Patten - KG6HSQ  N6FQ@fallbrookarc.org
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