Queen Creek Amateur Radio Club

“Service, Community, Knowledge”

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Welcome to the home page the Queen Creek Amateur Radio Club.  This Club supports the local amateur radio community of Queen Creek and surrounding towns in the East Valley.

Our mission is to provide a venue where local amateur radio operators— and folks not yet licensed as operators but with an interest our hobby - can come together to teach, learn, socialize, and provide service to our community.












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Queen Creek Amateur Radio Club

c/o Joe Sammartino, N2QOJ

22280 S 209th Way APT 212

Queen Creek, AZ 85142



To contact us:



Visit HERE to get a list of the next visible passes of the International Space Station over our area.




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New — Radios at Home — Starting in May 2024, 3rd Saturday of the Month

NEW !!    RAH On-Line Logging by KI7PPW

RADIO UNDER SUN SHADE — 146.460MHz 77Hz Simplex

2023/24 DATES — 10/14, 11/18, 1/20/24, 2/17/2024, 3/16/2024, 4/20/2024

N2QOJ’S RUSS Description and WB7TUJ’s RUSS Description




The STV / Ocotillo Repeater Hosts (1) Weekly Net


Queen Creek Emergency Communications Weekly Training Net — Sunday, 8 PM



Listen to the STV / Ocotillo Repeater 24/7

Join A Great Ham Radio Facebook Group:


East Valley Amateur Radio Group



Phone: 480-389-1HAM (1426)


E-mail: QueenCreekARC@gmail.com


Groups.io — Queen Creek Hams


East Valley Amateur Radio Group on Facebook


EchoLink:  N7DJZ/R, Node # 185734 - N2QOJ-R

(Restricted, Email with access request.)


Our Local Repeaters:

Queen Creek Repeater—KF6EZT—449.475 MHz (-) PL 136.5

STV / Ocotillo Repeater—N7DJZ—449.325 MHz (-) PL 100


We also monitor 146.500 MHz simplex.