Encouraging all aspects of Amateur Radio operation, public service and experimentation for scientific improvement of the art.


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Come to a meeting and signup and we'll give you a complimentary paper copy.

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As a service to the community, we can offer our opinion on what your old electronics or ham radio equipment might be worth. If you have leftover or unused ham radio gear, we may be able to help provide advice on its value, and possibly remove equipment or sell things off, and we gratefully accept donations of surplus electronics. Contact a club volunteer to get started.

Next Club Meeting

Join us Wednesday Feb 3rd, 2016 for our monthly club meeting at the Issaquah Senior Center.

Dues are due... please bring $15 annual dues, thanks!

The dinner at 6:00 PM at Flying Pie Pizza worked so well in January, that we'll do it again Feb 3rd! Right across the street in the mall to the south. Then meeting room doors open at 7:00 PM, the meeting begins at 7:15.

February program is open.

March program is Gordon Bousman NW7D with his presentation about hex beam antennas.

See our Meetings page for location and driving directions.


Last Meeting

On Wed Jan 6th, Mike Mraz presented his trip to Navassa DXpedition and showed his travelogue on the big screen from DVD.

Email Reflector

Read what's happening on our email reflector at groups.google.com/group/issaquah-arc. Members, guests, and anyone interested can join our group!

Issaquah VHF Beacons

IARC was a contributor to the Issaquah beacon project, a set of low-power transmitters on 144, 220 and 432 MHz. As of October 2014, the beacon hardware is running on the west side of Tiger Mountain at about 850 feet ASL on 144.299, 222.050 and 432.301 MHz. Read about the original equipment before the move here.


Open to any person, regardless of age, sex, race or religion, who is interested in any aspect of Amateur Radio.

"Regular" membership is for those holding a valid Amateur Radio license issued or recognized by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission; and "Associate" membership is for those who do not hold such an Amateur Radio License.

Membership is free for those under 19 years of age.

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