Silver Comet

Amateur Radio Society


An amateur radio special service club located in Dallas, GA


The home of the Silver Comet Amateur Radio Society, Inc.

We are an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Special Service Club located in and serving Paulding County Georgia.

Feel free to peruse our website to learn more about the Amateur Radio Service and our club activities. Our members are FCC licensed ham radio enthusiasts who are proud to share their knowledge helping others learn the value and fun of amateur radio. Here you will find some tips, tools, and how to’s.

Come join us as we use our radio hobby to make a difference in our community and provide emergency communications in time of need.

Every Monday night at 7:00PM ET SCARS hosts the SCARS Nite Out net on the WB4QOJ repeater system – 146.955(-) 77hz tone. All ham radio operators are welcome to participate (members or nonmembers). Topics open for discussion are, but not limited to, technical issues, station operations, DX, contesting, items wanted (need or discard), etc. On the first Monday of the month there will be a specific topic of discussion announced ahead of time. This net is informal with the intent of friendly exchanges in a relaxed QSO atmosphere. Net manager is Troy (K4JDA).

We offer Amateur Radio License examination’s monthly for anyone wishing to obtain an Amateur Radio License or to upgrade their current license. Click here for more information on VE Test Session times and locations.

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What We Do


Silver Comet ARS is an ARRL special service club serving the community in a number of ways, including donations to Helping Hands of Paulding County, as well as serving as ARES volunteers


There are several opportunities each month to test for your Amateur Radio License. Contact us for more information on taking the exam or how to study


Our club sponsors a wide variety of operating activities from POTA and SOTA, Field Day and Winter Field Day, and support of our community through ARES


Our club occasionally gets together to build amateur radio related equipment and uses this as a hands-on education experience


We have an educational program each month during our monthly meeting and also have periodic learning opportunities


We are a very friendly club, enjoying a family atmosphere at our meetings, nets, and video conferences

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