Our Repeaters

The Huber Heights Amateur Radio Club (HHARC), Call Sign NO8I, supports two repeaters located just north of the city of Huber Heights, Ohio. The frequencies are 442.950+ PL 118.8 Hz and 224.300- PL 123.0 Hz.

The Huber Heights Amateur Radio Club welcomes everyone interested in Amateur Radio (whether licensed or not). Please feel free to attend our meetings.

We formally meet every first Saturday of each month, except during the summer. Informal meetings during the summer months will be announced.

10 am to noon at
First Christian Church
6114 Fishburg Rd
Huber Heights, OH 45424
Corner of Fishburg and Bellefontaine Rd
in “The Forge” building in the back.

See map
For more information on our club, Click Here for a link to a brochure suitable for printing and/or distribution.

Click Here for a link to our Facebook page.


Effective immediately, the HHARC Thursday night net will begin at 8 PM, not at our old time of 8:30 pm. In addition to our usual monthly members meeting at The Forge on the first Saturday of the month, we will hold a meeting via Zoom on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 10 AM at which we will feature various technical topics.

HHARC informal meeting on July 3, 2021 at the Forge at 10 AM.

HHARC Flea Market – May 22, 2021 from 8 am to 1 pm at The Forge. See here for a brief video.

We will hold another “trunkfest” Flea Market on July 24, 2021 from 9 am to 2 pm..


Field Day 2021: June 26 – 27

The HHARC plans to hold our annual Field Day event at Cottonwood Park in Huber Heights, June 26 -27. We will begin setting up at 8 am Saturday and begin operating at 2 pm. For a fee of $10 per person, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday will be provided. Coffee and bottled water will also be provided; for other beverages, please bring your own (no alcoholic drinks).

The weekend of Oct 24 – 25, 2020 was the CQ World Wide SSB event. NO8I participated with Jim Storms (AB8YK) hosting the event at his station. There were 107 total contacts made, with 251 total QSO points, for a total score of 19,829.

~~Spot the International Space Station!
As the third brightest object in the sky, the space station is easy to see if you know when to look up. Follow the link to find out the locations and times to view the International Space Station as it travels past the Dayton, Ohio area.

Click here to see the current position of the ISS.

The Key to Disaster Preparedness is
Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)

Start at the Ohio District 3 Readiness web page.

HHARC is an ARRL affiliated club, belonging to the ARRL Great Lakes Division, Ohio Section

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