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Oak Ridge Amateur Radio Club

Educational Opportunities

There are many opportunities to learn and teach about Amateur Radio.

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge

OR ARC has a partnership with the Childrens Museum of Oak Ridge that provides a community outreach to children and their families. The Club sets up in the Discover Lab on the third Sunday of every month. ORARC also sets up during the ARRL® Kid's Day on the Air to provide an opportunity for young people to learn more about Amateur Radio. Always check the calendar for the schedule and times.

Slow CW with Paul and Jim

Paul, WA0BAG, Jim, KC4RD, Dave, K8BYP, are on the air nearly every evening (most nights) between 7:30 and 8:30PM communicating in Morse code on 10.130 MHz. Join them if you are learning Morse code, working to get faster or just want to join in the conversation. This is a casual activity so they might not get started on time, or not be on frequency due to other events.

Looking to obtain or upgrade your Amateur Radio license?

Visit Documents to download copies of the latest test questions and answers for the Technican, General and Amateur Extra examination. If you are looking locations to take an exam, license exam testing is conducted in Knoxville, TN on the first and third Saturdays of each month. For VE testing schedules please visit:

Radio Amateur Club of Knoxville

University of Tennessee Amateur Radio Club

Interested in the history of telecommunications?

Check out the Field Service Management Guide: Telecommunications Timeline.

Updated: 11/01/2019 - W4ABE