What is the DVRA?
The Delaware Valley Radio Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to the promotion and preservation of the amateur radio hobby. The club is comprised of amateur radio operators and their families.With over 40 active members and a fully equipped radio station, the Delaware Valley Radio Association is one of the nation’s oldest radio clubs, having been founded in 1930. Persons interested in learning more about Amateur Radio are encouraged to explore the club’s website or attend any regular meeting of the club. The DVRA meets the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 137 West Upper Ferry Road, West Trenton, NJ. The church is located one-quarter mile west of the intersection of routes 634 and 579, and is just south of Mercer County Airport.
What does the DVRA offer?
A fully equipped club radio shack with 2 HF stations, Packet, VHF & UHF stations
• 2 Repeaters, one operating in analog FM and the other in Yaesu System Fusion C4FM digital mode
• Events throughout the year
• Fun and competitive Field Day activities with multiple stations and different modes
• Our annual Hamfest held at a various locations
• A club picnic in August
• A holiday party in December
• Monthly club meetings
• A comprehensive monthly newsletter
• A place to share experiences with others with similar interests
For information about upcoming training classes and exam sessions, please contact the Director of Training & Exams Martin Crabtree W3PR@arrl.net.
2018 Exam Schedule –
ALL DATES ARE SATURDAYS
- January 13
- March 10
- May 12
- July 14
- September 8
- November 10
The sessions will be held at the American Red Cross facility in Princeton Junction (official address is 707 Alexander Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540). ( Link to Google Map )
The sessions are scheduled to start at 10AM (with a 9:30-9:45AM call time for the VEs).
Please bring $15.00 cash or check made out to ARRL-VEC, and a photo identification – drivers license, passport, etc.