The St Louis and Suburban Radio Club

The St. Louis and Suburban Radio Club, Inc. (SLSRC), is a full-service amateur radio club.

Recent News:


SLSRC’s General Meeting, Friday, September 28th – Presenter, Joe Fleagle (WØFY)
The St. Louis and Suburban Radio Club’s September meeting will be held on Friday, September 28th at 7:00PM at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, Clinical Learning Institute / Goldfarb School of...

2m Sprint Contest Results from Sept 1st 2018
Results are in! Mobile 1st Place Mobile – Pamela Caldwell (KEØOWG) operating as a rookie with 97,200 points! 2nd Place Mobile – Mark Hall (ADØZQ) with Max Slover (KØAZV) as...

President’s Notes – September 2018
by Bill Carroll, KC9CIK President, SLSRC This was not the weekend I was expecting. There are probably a few of you out there that had this, or a similar thought...

August Engineering Committee Notes & August Work Day
During the month of August, the Engineering Committee was working hard to make sure we bring you the best repeater system in the St. Louis area! Here are some of...

SLSRC’s New Winterfest Website is Now Live! Check it Out!!!!!
The St Louis and Suburban Radio Club’s Winterfest Website is now live and has a new look! Check it out at http://winterfest.slsrc.org/ for the latest news, hamfest updates, ticket and...

146.850 Repeater Announcements – New Benefits!!!
The SLSRC Engineering Committee is excited to announce a few added benefits to the 146.850 repeater.  Thanks to Eric Powell, (N9RZR) and Michael Sipin, (KA9CQL) for their hard work in...

UPDATE: Jim Glasscock, (WØFF), Former President of SLSRC- Now SK
by Bill Carroll, KC9CIK President, SLSRC Please note a memorial service has been scheduled for Jim Glasscock -WØFF (former president of the SLSRC) in the St. Louis area. Memorial service...

SLSRC’s Meeting & Program August 24, 2018 – Presenter, George Schindler (WBØIIS) on Amateur Digital – D-Star, DMR, Fusion and More
D-Star, DMR, Fusion, P25 and NXDN are all digital technologies used by amateur radio. They are a fast growing area of amateur radio. How are they different? How are they...

SLSRC General License Class – October 20-21
St. Louis and Suburban Radio Club (SLSRC) is holding a General License Class the weekend of October 20-21 at Missouri Baptist Hospital.  Attendance will be limited to 24 due to space limitations. In...

SLSRC 146.85 Repeater CTCSS Communication
The 146.85 repeater has a 141.3 Hz tone on its input to keep unwanted signals out of the repeater. The SLSRC Engineering Committee has now placed an additional 141.3 CTCSS tone on the OUTPUT of the 146.850 repeater to help with...

St. Louis Hams “Bomb” Tolu, KY with Warpig II
by Bill Carroll, KC9CIK I would like to congratulate Eric Powell (N9RZR) on the fun he had playing with some balloons and a few pieces of electronics. I also want...

NEW!!! Additional Saturday Morning Breakfast-3rd Saturday of Month / Process for Selling or Donating Ham-Related Equipment.
Additional Saturday Morning Breakfast – THIRD Saturday of Month SLSRC has added another Saturday morning breakfast that will take place on the THIRD Saturday of each month at 8:30 AM....

Field Day 2018 Pictures
Below are pictures from Field Day 2018 at McDonnell Park.

Amazon Smile
The St Louis And Suburban Radio Club Inc is now an approved charitable organization on Amazon. By going to smile.amazon.com and choosing St Louis And Suburban Radio Club Inc, you can support...

For All Paid 2018 Members only – SLSRC 70th Anniversary Car Stickers!!!
All those with paid 2018 SLSRC memberships will receive a free 70th Anniversary Sticker that will look great on the back window of your vehicle or a place of your...