K2HHS - Amateur Radio Club

Formerly WA2LYJ.

On March 7, 2002, the FCC changed our call sign, at our request, from WA2LYJ to K2HHS.


Hackensack, New Jersey 07601

Trustee: Robert Kern Curtis K2RLW

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The Hackensack High School Amateur Radio Club is affiliated with the ARRL and operated a SWAN 700 CX transceiver using 80 metre and 40 metre dipoles on the high school roof and a tri-band beam over the high school library until the transceiver went missing. Some 2-metre activity also occurs using an Icom rig borrowed from our advisor.

ARRL Hudson Division

AMSAT Amateur Satellites - AO-40 launched Nov 16, 2000.

ISS Locator

Repeaters includes NJ pages

North Jersey DX Association Incoming QSL Bureau for W2 etc.

ARRL Newsletter Recent Ham Radio news is available from this newsletter.

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Ham Radio Club Excellent Call Sign & Ham lookup!

CALL LETTER LOOKUP Find the name and address etc., from the call letters.

QRZ Call signs and other ham info.

10-70 Radio Club (2m 220 Mhz 440 Mhz Repeaters)

Bergen Amateur Radio Association

Ham resources via K2NE.

History of Maritime Communications

WWW Ham Radio Sites This list is supported by Columbia University's Ham Radio Club.

Amateur Radio Elmers Resource Directory

Telecommunications Timeline

The Federal Communications Commission's Home Page.

F. Wendell Tietsworth, W2SUE, sometime co-advisor of the Club passed away on March 15, 2000. May he rest in peace. "Windy" or "a boy named SUE" came to Hackensack High School after a full life. In particular, he had worked in Bermuda for some years as a radio repair man. He taught electronics at HHS along with Harold Duncan during the 1970's. After retirement he moved to Port Townsend, Washington State where he continued to be a super-ham as W2SUE.

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