Alpha Sigma Delta Radio Society – W5TC

Amateur Radio at the University of Oklahoma

On The Air

Antenna Assemblers Needed!

Our previous antenna atop the National Weather Center suffered a catastrophic failure during a severe weather event. Thanks to former club president, Jarrod Manning, grant funds were secured to purchase a new antenna, which needs to be assembled and then placed by a tower crew. If you are interested in volunteering your time to help with assembly, please reach out to Jon at


  • 444.7500 MHz / W5TC – Located on the National Weather Center, Jenkins and State Highway 9. The club operates a D-STAR repeater and gateway. The repeater is used by the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Norman to communicate with distant stations, particularly in the Northwest of Oklahoma. This use has priority. Registered D-STAR users may connect to any DPLUS reflector or use the system to connect to another D-STAR station or repeater. Latest users. D-STAR registration. D-STAR Live Monitor (via ircDDB). This is not an analog repeater and requires the use of D-STAR-capable equipment.
The South Canadian Amateur Radio Society operates various repeaters with coverage across Norman and Cleveland County. See the SCARS Repeater page for more details.


The club shares a station with the National Weather Center Amateur Radio Club.  Equipment includes two Icom 7300 transceivers and a Icom 7610 transceiver. 


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