Who We Are The South Eastern Amateur Radio Group is a non-profit organisation based in Waterford city in the South-East of Ireland which caters for those with an interest in amateur radio experimentation.
What We Do We currently have members throughout the south east of Ireland with interests in a wide range of aspects of radio experimentation including SSB, CW (Morse Code), Satellite Operation, Packet & Digital Radio, VHF, Voluntary Emergency Communications (AREN), Portable (Field) Operations, Contests and Repeaters.
Affiliations The group is affiliated to the Irish Radio Transmitters Society, the national society for Ireland of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU). We transmit the IRTS radio news at 9.30 p.m. (local time) every Tuesday via the Southern Ireland Repeater Network. Reports are welcome via the call-in directly after the news broadcast and SWL reports can be Tweeted or posted on our Facebook page.
Theory Classes We run theory classes covering the HAREC syllabus from time to time once sufficient interest is in place.
Meetings Our meetings take place in Roanmore Social and Sports Centre, Cleaboy Road, Waterford at 8.30 p.m. on the last Monday of each month (as required). Check our home and news page for information about meetings. Our committee meetings take place at the same location on an as-needed basis.