Bellevue Amateur Radio Club



Bellevue ARC Board Meeting - The board of directors meets quarterly on the second Thursday of January, April, July & October. The exact time and location will be announced via the Groups.IO email reflector. All club members are welcome to attend. Exceptions to this schedule will be emailed to club members and posted on the Groups.IO calendar.

Bellevue ARC Member Meeting - A general membership meeting is held on the third Thursday of each month (except December) at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge dining Hall (1910 Franklin St., Bellevue, NE) (4 blocks north of Mission Ave / NE Highway 370). Look for funny-looking antennas on the cars in the parking lot and enter through the south door.

Bellevue ARC has an email reflector, calendar and file repository for club members on Groups.IO ( If you are a club member and haven't already received an invitation to join the reflector please go to to request access to the group.


Spring Cleanup Sponsers:

News and Announcements:


Technician License Class

Email or call Dennis @ 402-690-2587
for more information or to be notified when classes are scheduled.

The 2022 Bellevue ARC Spring Cleanup Hamfest was red hot. Watch this space as we make plans for 2023


Next VE Test Session(s)

ARRL test session locator: Find Session

Email Dennis Mitchell with any questions.


BARC Board Contact info
Call Name Position Phone Email
W0TVS Brad President 402-547-7329
N0WQK Mark VP 402-630-4927
KC0YKN Dennis Treasurer 402-690-2587
KF0HYX Darcy Secretary 402-850-6699
W0FRN Tom Property 402-960-6863
Open Spark Gap
WD0BFO Tom Communications 402-990-5135
KE0TEN Scott Trustee 402-214-1005
KC0HLB Barb Courtesy 402-510-0308
Shirts & Badges
KC0YKN Dennis Education 402-690-2587

Talk to Us:

  • Bellevue ARC Repeater (W0WYV) – 147.390 Mhz, Plus (+) offset, PL: 131.8 hz


    Local Amateur Radio NETs

    An amateur radio net is an "on radio" gathering of amateur radio operators. A net may be formal or informal. They reoccur at regular intervals on a schedule. A net control operator is the individual presiding over the net that directs whose turn in order may speak. A predetermined topic may be selected or there may be open discussion depending on the type of net. Some nets serve a specific practical purpose while others are merely social. Getting involved in a social net is a quick way to meet other hams and become familiar with the process of repeater or simplex operation.

  • List of EN21 Verified Area Nets (link)

    The Bellevue Amateur Radio Club official weekly net is the Bellevue Amateur Radio Club Protocol Net which takes place Mondays at 20:00 ( 8:00pm CST ). The Protocol Net gives all area amateur radio operators the opportunity to participate and share traffic and announcements. This is not a round table discussion net, it is a short net in which you check in and become informed of local radio related events.

    Visit the Protocol Net Official Web page

    Local Amateur Web Sites:


  • Plattsmouth Amateur Radio Club - ''Plattsmouth, Bellevue and surrounding area''
  • Ak-Sar-Ben Amateur Radio Club - ''Omaha and surrounding area''
  • Southwest Iowa Amateur Radio Club - ''including Council Bluffs Ia.''
  • 3900 Club (HF Radio Group - ''Midwest, mostly Iowa - Nebraska.''
  • Nebraska/Iowa Promote the Band Club - ''W-NE E-IA surrounding area.''
  • Story County Amateur Radio Club - ''including Ames Ia.''
  • Pawnee Amateur Radio Club - ''including Columbus Ne.''
  • Nebraska Tricity Amateur Radio Club - ''including Scottsbluff Ne.''


  • Derek Winterstien W0DBW
  • Tom Huber WD0BFO
  • Ron Gaspard KA0RG


  • Nebraska 3.982.00 Phone Net Group
  • 220 / 1.25-meter Promote the Band Net
  • HF Net Info
  • Midwest Net Frequencies and Time


    Join B.A.R.C.

    Please consider joining and offering your contribution to our club. The Bellevue Amateur Radio Club is an active part of the local radio community providing an excellent field day, radio education, regular meetings, events, and training. New licensees may receive the first year membership for free. This really is a great group of hams and we want you to be one of us.
    Membership Registration Form

    If you'd like to join ARRL or renew an ARRL membership please print the affiliated club membership form and bring it to any club meeting. The form is online at: ARRL Affiliated Club Membership Application. Copies are available at club meetings.
    For our newly licensed members I encourage you to join ARRL. One reason to join is QST, the ARRL magazine. It's an excellent source of information, and ARRL members can access an online archive of QST going back decades.

    Event Calendar
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    Webmasters: Leonard Parkison KD0QFE - Derek Winterstien W0DBW

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    Join us for the BARC Protocol Net, Monday Evening at 8!