The HAMsters

Weak Signal Amateur Radio Operators........


editIf as a Amateur Radio Operator you have never experienced the thrill of making that first weak signal contact on VHF and higher then you are missing out on a great aspect of the hobby and an entire frontier of Amateur radio. Words can not express the thrill the first time you experience making a contact on VHF or UHF that is 200, 500, 600 or a 1000 miles away.

The HAMster Amateur Radio group is about promoting this exciting area of our hobby from 50 Mhz to 1296 Mhz. The goal is to bring Experienced Weak Signal Operators and Weak Signal "rookies" together. To encourage and promote weak signal operations, contest activity and contact weekends.

Do not fall for the myth that you must have a massive antenna system, huge amps and thousands upon thousands invested. A modest station with solid band conditions can work hundreds of miles with great consistency. My first 2 meter weak signal contact was 780 miles with a 100 watts and a stacked set of 13 element beams.

So come on, join in the fun and encourage your friends to take part in this very exciting part of our hobby.


Promoting SSB & Digital 50 Mhz and Up

What is the HAMster Group ?

The HAMster's are an organization of amateur radio operators dedicated to maintaining high levels of amateur radio communications and promoting weak signal operations on the 6, 2, 1.25, 70cm, 33cm and 23cm amateur radio bands.

The HAMster's are an "UNCLUB" Group, we have no officers, no staff, no dues; however your volunteer help and donations are gratefully accepted. Our goal is to build a team of dedicated Ham Radio operators to help Elmer and promote weak signal activity and expand the number of operators taking part in this exciting part of the hobby.

Interested in becoming a member?

Interested in becoming a member of the HAMsters? 

Simply select the "Membership Application" option from the menu bar at the top  of any page. Information about application and the "Frequently Asked Questions" sections are there to further assist you.

HAMSter Net

144.205 USB

Sunday Evenings at 7:pm



chat: Not only will we be promoting an active contesting calendar for both ARRL and CQ VHF/UHF contest, but we will be promoting Weak Signal Operational Weekends. With the goal to get folks around the country on the air making contacts and building excitement.

Operational Calling Frequencies:



contactAs we are an UnClub and have no real officers or members there are no phone contacts. You may contact us Via E-mail and we will respond quickly.

Greg Lewis: N5XO

Jerry May: KB2WDM

Official HAMSter Calling freq: 144.205 & 50.130

Web Page Design by: Gregory Lewis {N5XO}