The Radio Operators of South Texas Amateur Radio Club (ROOST), A Texas Chartered 501c3 non profit organization, is located in southeast San Antonio Bexar County, Texas. ROOST is a club which is dedicated to the principles and good practice of amateur radio. Membership is open to all licensed amateurs. ROOST is active on all bands, most modes, chasing DX, special events, contests. Several of our members are active in various elements of Emergency Communications 

147.340 + 123.0 Analog

DMR CC1 TS1
BM TG 3148 Texas Statewide
BM TG 31482 South Texas

DMR CC1 TS2
TG 15 Local only
146.860 - 123.0
442.000 + 123.0 Analog

DMR CC1 TS1
BM TG 3148 Texas Statewide
BM TG 31482 South Texas

DMR CC1 TS2
TG 15 Local only

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Testing Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the Month

Club Meeting Every Last Friday of the Month





 

ARRL Amateur Radio Exam
ARRL VE Testing is provided the first and third Saturday of each month at the R.O.O.S.T. clubhouse at 7201 Palm Park Blvd. in San Antonio, [Click here for map and directions]. Testing begins at 1pm and the fee is $15.00. Walk-ins are welcome.
You must have a valid FCC Registration  (FRN) Number. Social Security Numbers (SSN) are no longer accepted.
Contact K5VCR Chris with any questions.


Club Information
The club meets at 7pm on the last Friday of every month at the R.O.O.S.T. clubhouse.  We usually have some food available.
We ask for a $5 donation or bring a side dish.
The R.O.O.S.T information net meets every Thursday at 8pm on the 146.860 repeater.  All nets are open to licensed amateurs operators.

Useful Links & Member Webpages
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President
N5ORG - John Gunther

Vice President
KG5RVR - Larry Stewart

Secretary
K5YER - Dale Best

Treasurer
K5VCR - Chris Koehler

Sergeant at Arms
KF5FZW - Charles Adams


Website last updated on June 14 2021