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Welcome to Coppell Amateur Radio Enthusiasts

We envision Coppell Texas becoming more active in amateur radio and engaged, educated, and prepared to provide volunteer communications during an emergency and in times of need.

W5CPL Repeater

444.225 MHz  |  Positive offset  |  PL 110.9

Next Monthly Meeting

Date: April 21, 2020
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Cozby Library @177 N. Heartz Rd. Coppell Tx. 75019

Due to the COVID-19 situation we may have to change the meeting location at the last minute.  If we do we will try to update this page to let you know. 

Latest Club News

Find out the latest news and announcements involving C.A.R.E. Current topics include the Repeater, Summer Field Day, & Amateur Radio Helps with the COVID-19 situation.

Help keep the repeater momentum going!

We have the repeater up and running, but we have a lot more we can do with your help!

Come learn about amateur radio!

We meet the third Tuesday of each month, except December, at the William T Cozby library. You do not need to be a ham to attend!

Become a member!

Licensed amateur radio operators and those interested in amateur radio are welcome to join. Membership is only $25 for the year!

Sign up for our email list Get the latest news direct to your inbox!

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We send out regular updates about upcoming meetings and events.

There’s no cost to join, and we welcome all hams and hams-to-be to sign up!

Check out some of the emails we’ve sent out!

Donate today!

Thank you for supporting us! Click below to donate.

CARE is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Please consult the IRS or your tax professional for information regarding your ability to deduct contributions.

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About CARE

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Coppell Amateur Radio Enthusiasts is a nonprofit group working to share knowledge about amateur radio with current and potential hams and grow a community engaged, educated, and prepared to provide communications during emergencies and in times of need.

You can find out more about us here.