October 11, 2019Photos from the 2019 NJ QSO party at the Delaware Valley Radio Association
Tullio Dellaquila, K2PCG, operates SSB voice on 40 meters during the 2019 NJ QSO party at the Delaware Valley RadioRead more.
October 3, 2019Gary Wilson K2GW earns acceptance to the W2ZQ Operators Club
Gary Wilson K2GW (Left) is presented a certificate commemorating his acceptance to the W2ZQ Operators Club. Dom DiClimente N3DD (Right),Read more.
September 26, 2019DVRA member Paul Andrews W2HRO audio interview with ‘QSO Today’
Amateur radio operator Paul Andrews, W2HRO, operates dockside in Squam Lake, NH. Photo courtesy Paul Andrews. DVRA member Paul AndrewsRead more.
September 14, 2019DVRA member Mike Daly, KC2SBR, provided radio support for Habitat for Humanity walk
Mike Daly, KC2SBR, volunteered to provide radio support for the Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity walk on September 7, 2019.Read more.
July 29, 2019DVRA congratulates member Roger Ding, KD2FDT, for completion of ARRL Emergency Communications training
Roger Ding, KD2FDT, pictured at the 2018 Delaware Valley Radio Association year-end holiday party. The DVRA Executive Committee and DirectorsRead more.
June 13, 2019Bob Hecht, N3AAK, recognized by DVRA for outcome of Spring 2019 CW Training Program
Bob Hecht, N3AAK (left) receives a certificate of appreciation on June 12, 2019 from DVRA Program Director Cliff Green, WA2TMF,Read more.
April 21, 2019Find your ham roots by tracing the history of your call sign
Cover of the FALL 1937 Radio Amateur Call Book Magazine. Martin Crabtree, W3PR | 2019 DVRA Director of Trainings &Read more.
March 19, 2019Mario N2HUN restores a 40 year old shortwave radio
Mario Filippi, N2HUN | 2019 DVRA Physical Plant Co-Director Republished with permission from SWLing.com – Your guide to shortwave radioRead more.
March 1, 2019DVRA congratulates member Matt Robb, KD2OTG, for completion of ARRL PIO training
The DVRA Executive Committee and Directors wish to congratulate our member and club-appointed PIO, Matt Robb, KD2OTG, for his recentRead more.