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Are you here looking for info about the PART club meetings? Click here for info!


D-Star registration and information can be found by visiting the WB1GOF repeater page by clicking here!




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Interested in Fox Hunting? Then join the PART mailing list to get information about the next fox hunt along with other club news and information. Click here to learn more on how to sign up and click here for more about Fox Hunting.



To download the “Linux in Your Hamshack” software or to read more about it,
go to this link and click "KB1OIQ - Andy's Ham Radio Linux DVD":
https://sourceforge.net/directory/?q=kb1oiq


PART of Westford is an ARRL Special Service Club located in Westford, Massachusetts. The club provides radio amateurs with a number of services and benefits including access to its two repeaters (2m and 440), monthly meetings, and access to club events and activities such as Field Day. Club members hold a wide variety of interests including VHF and weak signal work, amateur radio satellites, antenna design, portable operation, QRP, DXing and DXpeditioning, emergency communications, public event communication, digital modes, homebrewing, and much, much more.



Happenings

Want to know what club members are saying? Looking for back issues of PARTicles?
Then visit the
WB1GOF Web Forum!

Click here for the History of PART, now on YouTube!

PART is now on facebook!



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PART would like to spread the word about College Amateur Radio Clubs. Click on the logo for more information.

PART of Westford is an ARRL Special Service Club located in Westford, Massachusetts. The club provides radio amateurs with a number of services and benefits including access to its two repeaters (2m and 440), monthly meetings, and access to club events and activities such as Field Day. Club members hold a wide variety of interests including VHF and weak signal work, amateur radio satellites, antenna design, portable operation, QRP, DXing and DXpeditioning, emergency communications, public event communication, digital modes, homebrewing, and much, much more.