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Florence Amateur Radio Club supports three repeaters in the Florence SC area. The Club Callsign, W4ULH, is authorized by the Federal Communications Commission.

146.850 (123.0Hz) is located north of Florence,  the 146.970 (167.9Hz) is in downtown Florence and the 444.000 (123.0 Hz) repeater is south of downtown Florence.  

Two Meter Net on each Monday 8:30pm  146.850 Mhz (-600 kkz), 123.0 Hz

The Club meets for a Business Meeting at 7:00pm
First Tuesday of Each Month
This is on Hwy 52 on right toward Darlington.
Between the Pilot Truckstop and  the T/A truckstop.
All Licensed Amateurs and those interested in Ham Radio
are invited to attend.  

Meet With Us Each Saturday for Breakfast at 9am at the
Bojangles on West Palmetto Street 
With Restaurants closing their dining rooms and the recommended gathering size of 10 or less. THE FLORENCE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB'S SATURDAY BREAKFAST GATHERING AT BOJANGLES HAS BEEN SUSPENDED TIL FURTHER NOTICE !!!!!

 What is Ham radio? 
Ham radio is the Amateur Radio Service as defined in part 97 of the FCC codes. Per Part 97.3.4 it is: "A radiocommunication service for the purpose of self-training, intercommunication and technical investigations carried out by amateurs, that is, duly authorized persons interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without pecuniary interest."
For a PDF of Part 97, click here.

So You Want to be a HAM? Click Here.
Practice Tests:
ARRL Practice (free account required)