Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club

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No August Meeting 8/6/2022

We Will Be Doing A Ham Radio Informal Outdoor Activity Day On Saturday, 7/30/2022

(0800-1100). The plan is to conduct simultaneous, informal tailgate gatherings for radio activities. All hams, non-ham guests, and visitors are welcome to attend this "open house" style event to learn more about ham radio at any of the locations set up by ARES members around the region.

Tentative location for Fallbrook, not Library lot but, public parking lot to the east of Fallbrook Library 124 S Mission Rd.

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The Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club normally meet at 3:00 PM on the first Saturday of the month.

Normal Meeting Location, The Scout Hut, 231 E. Hawthorne St. Map


146.175 MHZ (+) Tone 107.2 Red Mtn.

445.600 MHZ (-) Tone 107.2 Red Mtn.

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

Basic FARC Repeater Use Rules

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The Fallbrook Amateur Radio Club normally meets at 3:00 PM on the first Saturday of the month at the Scout Hut, 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 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.

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, 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.

The club organizes communication volunteers and nets for community events such as:

  • Avocado Festival
  • Christmas Parade
  • Veterans Parade
  • Harvest Faire

Various club members belong to:

  • ACS (Auxiliary Communications Service)/RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services)
  • ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Services)
  • Red Cross
  • SkyWarn
  • Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Event Committees
  • CERT (Community Emergency Response Team)