The Pueblo Amateur Radio Club is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that supports the amateur radio community in Pueblo, CO and the surrounding region. It supports many types of activities and services including supporting the National Weather Service's SKYWARN program and the Amateur Radio Emergency Service. PARC also owns, operates, and maintains several repeaters at several sites in the area that also support those programs as well as being used for regular amateur non-commercial radio traffic. Earlier in 2016, PARC assumed the assets, liabilities, operations, and membership of the Pueblo Ham Club and is in the process of completing the transition. The Pueblo Ham Club and it's preceding organizations have been affiliated with the ARRL since 1937 and PARC is proud to continue the tradition of having an ARRL affiliated club active in Pueblo, CO for nearly 80 years.
Our membership represents nearly all facets of the amateur radio hobby and related technologies.
The Pueblo Amateur Radio Club, Inc is growing with new educational opportunities and reaching out to existing amateurs to become involved again in all modes of communications.
The Pueblo Amateur Radio Club meets the second Monday of the month at 6:00 PM at the Pueblo County Emergency Services Center 101 W. 10th St. Pueblo, subject to change.
Please send QSL cards and requests to:
Pueblo Amateur Radio Club Inc.
P.O. Box 92
Pueblo, Colorado 81002
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Pueblo Area Repeater List
PARC Repeaters (only primary repeaters are shown)
|146.790||- 600 Khz||88.5||W0PHC||Baculite Mesa, Pueblo||Analog|
|145.115||- 600 Khz||88.5||W0PHC||Pueblo||Analog/C4FM|
|146.880||- 600 Khz||88.5||W0PHC||12 Mile, Pueblo County||Analog|
|146.7300||- 600 Khz||88.5||W0PHC||Rattlesnake Butte, Huerfano Cty||Analog|
|447.175||- 5 Mhz||D||W0PHC||Jackson Hill, Pueblo County||DMR|
|447.950||- 5 Mhz||D||W0PHC||Baculite Meas, Pueblo||Analog/DMR|
The 146.790 repeter is the Skywarn regional repeater.and is now linked to the Cheyenne Mountain Repeater Group system For a list of their repeaters click here. In addition we enjoy the use of the K0JSC Fun Machine, a linked repeater system with coverage in Pueblo, Fremont, Chaffee Counties. The Pueblo repeater is a voting sytem with a receiver in Pueblo and another at the tranmitter site 20 miles south of Pueblo. It is the second voting system in the state. For more information about the Fun Machine visit www.k0jsc.com
K0JSC Repeaters (only primary repeaters are shown)
|449.9750||- 5 Mhz||100||K0JSC||Cedarwood||Analog voting|
|447.2750||- 5 Mhz||100||K0JSC||Pueblo||Analog|
|446.9875||- 5 Mhz||100||K0JSC||Pueblo West||Analog|
A complete list of Pueblo County repeaters may be found here.