Welcome to the Duke City Hamfest 2015
The ARRL New Mexico State Convention
Albuquerque, New Mexico
August 7th – 9th, 2015
We appreciate your interest in the Duke City Hamfest 2015, the premiere hamfest in the Southwest region and this year’s ARRL New Mexico State Section Convention. We are grateful for your continued support and are excited to help spark and continue to grow the incredible hobby of Ham Radio throughout the southwest, nation and beyond. Register today to reserve your spot and be sure to contact us if you have any further questions.
"When I was at the Duke City Hamfest several− Kay Craigie, N3KN, President of American Radio Relay League
years ago, I was impressed by the diverse program of interesting forums and
the variety of exhibitors. I also found the venue to be pleasant and, for
those of us coming from out of town, easy to find. Definitely a thumbs-up!"
"Be it its extensive lineup of presentations, its demonstrations and activities, the central location to buy and sell ham radio gear, or the opportunity it provides to interact with numerous hams possessing knowledge of almost every aspect of our hobby, the Duke City Hamfest offers something of value to everyone across the amateur radio community."− Brian Mileshosky, N5ZGT, ARRL Rocky Mountain Division Director
"The DCHF is one of the best events I have attended -- and I have attended a LOT of events! It was fun and very educational, with excellent forums and facilities. I would come back anytime."− Riley Hollingsworth, K4ZDH, FCC Spectrum Enforcement Division Special Counsel (Retired)
"I certainly enjoyed being a part of the Duke City Hamfest. It was well planned and executed and the facilities were terrific."− Bob Heil, K9EID, Sound and Radio Engineer, Heil Sound
Riley Hollingsworth, K4ZDH
Riley's career with the FCC has given him special insights into both the FCC and Amateur radio communities. His talks are always interesting. Riley's topics will be: Changes in FCC complaint procedures and how they affect Amateur radio and our continuing duty to Amateur radio.
Bob Allison, WB1GCM
Bob's Topics: What does the ARRL lab do; what are the key transmitter and receiver tests performed at the Lab and what do they mean for you? Want to know what makes a good contesting radio or EMCOMM radio? Bob can tell you the specs to look for when you make your choice.