About the DHRA

Draper Ham Radio Association (DHRA) — preparing to serve with emergency communications in and around the City of Draper, Utah.

Field Day 2022 was on Saturday, June 25-26!

Thank you to everyone that came out and supported 2022 Field Day! Special recognition goes to Dan Lundwall (N7XDL) for operating the full 24 hours, Mavis Glad (KF7QVR) for running safety and support operations, and Steve Decho (KE6FX) for helping with setup, takedown, and making many contacts during the event.

We hold a weekly directed public safety net every Thursday night, 8:30pm MT.

  • Primary Frequency:  447.100- PL tone 100 Hz
  • Backup Frequency:  447.100 Simplex

Excepting holidays and the fourth Thursday of the month when we have our monthly face-to-face meeting at City Hall at 7:00pm in the GIS conference room on the second floor (unless otherwise announced over the net/email).

Our goal is to practice using our equipment and improving our radio skills in the event of a real emergency to serve the City of Draper’s ten emergency preparedness districts.

Watch this site for the latest info on meetings, nets and the repeater.


Latest Officer Elections

The following DHRA board positions were filled at the face-to-face meeting on Jan. 28, 2021:

President  – Eric Hansen, N9ERC              Secretary – Kevin Johnson, KI7ULV

Other Announcements

Herriman Repeater – New Frequency:   446.250 MHz output, 441.250 MHz input,  PL tone – 100Hz