The Titusville Amateur Radio Club
Brevard County, Florida, USA

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Titusville,   FL
USA   32781-0073

The Titusville Amateur Radio Club is affiliated with Amateur Radio Emergency Services, the Brevard Emergency Amateur Radio Service, and provides communications support for our community.

A Disaster Preparedness Organization
as defined by FEMA

Hurricane Season Starts June 1

Eating Meeting Thursday 5 PM

Loyd Have Mercy Restaurant

3434 South Washington Av.

Club Meeting March 27

19 N Washington Av.

US 1 North bound

Enter off of Garden St.

Tailgate March 31

Fox Lake Park

See directions below

Field Day June 23 & 24

Fox Lake Park

See directions below

146.910 MHz Tone 107.2

146.970 MHz Tone 107.2

146.775 MHz Tone 100.0

444.675 MHz Color Code 3

(What is a Tone or CTCSS)



Practice Exams
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Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 of each year.

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The Titusville Amateur Radio Club
Brevard County, Florida, USA

Club Meetings:

4th Tuesday of each month at 1900 local time.
Monthly meetings held 7pm-9pm on the 4th Tuesday
of each month at the Titusville Masonic Lodge.

Meeting Address:
Titusville Masonic Lodge
19 N Washington Ave (Click address for map)
Titusville, FL 32796

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Talk in

146.970 Tone 107.2 MHz.

444.675 Color Code 3

TG 316274 TS 1










Exit I 95 at SR 50 Exit 215

Turn East towards Titusville

Turn Left on SR 405

Go North about 2 miles

Turn Left on Fox Lake Road

Enjoy the Tailgate

Want to take your FCC Exam

FCC testing at 1 PM

Bring a copy of your drivers license

Also a copy of your hamradio license

if you have one.

Fourteen dollar exam fee

Cash or Check

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Club NetsFrequencyDay/Time (Local)
Mosquito Net:28.333 MHz USBWednesday, 19:00
VIP Net:146.970 MHz
(Tone 107.2)
Thursday, 19:00
Other Local NetsFrequencyDay/Time (Local)
Central Brevard
ATV Net:
146.940 MHzMonday, 19:00
Florida 2 Meter
SSB Net:
144.210 MHzMonday, 19:00
Central Brevard
EOC Net:
147.135 MHzTuesday, 18:30
Central Brevard
147.135 MHzWednesday, 19:30
145.370 MHz
(156.3 tone)
Wednesday, 19:15

Club Repeaters are open to all licensed amateurs:

  • K4KSC - Jan Ferguson, Trustee
    Frequency: 146.910- MHz
    Tone: 107.2 Hz.
    Output Power: 80 Watts
    Antenna approximately 100 ft above ground level at 6 dBd
    Location: S. Titusville

  • K4KSC - Jan Ferguson, Trustee
    Frequency: 146.970- MHz
    Tone: 107.2 Hz.
    Output Power: 80 Watts
    Antenna approximately 165 ft above ground level at 6 dBd
    Location: N. Titusville

  • K4KSC - Jan Ferguson, Trustee
    Frequency: 146.775
    Tone: 100.0 Hz.
    Output Power: 80 Watts
    Antenna aproximately 105 Ft above ground level at 6 dbd
    Location: Aurantia, FL (Hog Valley)

  • K4DJN - Chris Durso, Trustee
    Frequency: 444,675
    CC 3
    Output Power: 25 Watts
    Antenna approximately 165 ft. above ground level
    Antenna gain 9 db South
    Location: N. Titusville

Current Officers:

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Commercial and Ham Radio Exams:

FCC Exams are held anytime convenient to both the applicant and the volunteer examiners.
For information on exams, and directions contact: Sherry Ferguson - KU4ZO at 321-269-2796.

You should probably study up or at least (for Ham Radio) take the practice exams online (and perhaps more practice exams and even another) before then.

For Commercial Exams you might like to visit the following site. W5YI before testing.

American Radio Relay League
    FEMA courses, ICS Course List
    Marked Courses are requested by Served Agencies. There is no cost to take them.

  • > IS-100.b, Introduction to the Incident Command System
  • > IS-200.b, ICS for Single Recources and Initial Action Incidents
  • IS-250, Emergency Support Function 15 External Affairs: A new Approach to Emergency Communications and Information Distribution
  • IS-288, Role of Voluntary Agencies in Emergency Management
  • > IS-700a, National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
  • > IS-800b, National Response Plan, An Introduction
  • IS-802, Emergency Support Functions Communications
    ARRL Emergency Communications Courses
  • EC-001 Introduction to Emergency Communications click on the '+' sign
  • The above course is a replacement for the previous 3 levels of coursework.
  • Make sure you complete the prerequisite courses required before beginning EC-100 (see FEMA training above)
    Postion Task Books (PTB), National Wildfire Coordinating Group
  • J-158, Radio operator (RADO)
  • J-257, Incident Communications Center Manager (INCM)

The FEMA courses are now required for hams responding to disasters outside their local community (and everyone should take ICS-100). They are Internet Correspondence Courses that can be taken at home, with on-line testing. They are free, and FEMA issues a Certificate that you can download and print following the successful completion of the exam.


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