Club Info and Repeaters

The objectives of the Hurst Amateur Radio Club are:

  • to promote the proper use of Amateur Radio
  • to educate the users of radio equipment
  • to aid in disaster/emergency communications
  • to promote, generate and encourage interest in Amateur Radio

Club members serve as weather watchers for the National Weather Service, partner with the City of Hurst as part of RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service), assist with crime watches to aid local law enforcement agencies, and provide communications for public service events.

The club was chartered in 1966 with 16 members, has functioned continuously since and currently meets at the Hurst EOC (Emergency Operations Center), which is on the second floor of Firestation #2 at 837 West Pipeline Road Hurst, TX on the third Monday of each month. The meeting starts promptly at 7pm.

To become a member of the Hurst Amateur Radio Club, first review the current club By-laws and then download and print the Membership Application. Once completed and signed, submit to the club treasurer along with the yearly dues of $25 for an individual or $35 for a family membership. Dues are due yearly in June. Amateur radio operators licensed by the FCC within the last year are eligible to have their first years dues waived.

CallsignFrequencyOffsetTone/CCNotes
W5HRC147.1000+110.9Former Yaesu DR-1 replaced with our original GE Master II at 40 watts. Very soon to be replaced with a Motorola MSF-5000 at or above 75 watts. See note below.
W5HRC442.8500+110.9Fusion repeater at 20 watts. No Wires-X connection. Operating in AMS mode for the time, but it is undetermined if this will remain.
Echolink W5HRC-R (696388)
W5DMR443.2625+CC1New to our repeater family:
Motorola XPR-8300 at 25 watts. Talkgroup listings here. Former Colleyville machine.
*** NOTE *** The 2m repeater no longer supports Fusion digital.
If you discover repeater problems, please let us know by emailing through the contact page or at .