Membership

 

The South Jersey Radio Association (SJRA) is the oldest continuously operating amateur radio club in the North America, incorporated June 12, 1916. The club has been affiliated with the American Radio Relay League since 1920. Our membership is mostly from Burlington and Camden Counties in New Jersey. The club callsign is K2AA.

Click here for a list of the club Board of Directors, Officers and Committees.

We have members from many professions and with many different interests in amateur radio, including DXing, contesting, homebrewing, special events, rag chewing, packet, satellites, ATV, public service, etc. You name it, and at least one SJRA member does it!

 

Club Members: Log in to view the club roster and by-laws on the membership page!

   Club Activities

The SJRA operates the 2 meter K2AA repeater in Medford, NJ as well as weekly nets on both 2 and 10 meter bands. The new repeater is "ON THE AIR", please see the K2AA repeater page for the latest info. 

We have a monthly meeting that is open to the public so visitors are always welcome!  We also come together as a team to compete in contests, especially field day, which is when we hold our annual club picnic.   We have a monthly magazine, Harmonics, where we publish technical and other articles of interest to the club and the hobby.  A calendar of upcoming events is available. SJRA also sponsors several awards and sponsors VE test sessions.
 

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Membership is by application and is subject to the approval of the Board of Directors. Club dues are currently $30/yr. for memberships, $22.50/yr for retired-person membership (62 plus), and $15/yr. for additional family members & student membership.

Club Information
Looking for general club information? Please contact our correspondence secretary

New Members
Membership information is available on the K2AA Repeater or email the membership committee

Renewing Members
Click here to open the renewal form.

Centennial Members
Click here to open the Centennial Membership form.