The 2023 Yuma Hamfest has been canceled. Due to silent keys, a diminished volunteer pool, increased costs, and other factors. The 2023 Yuma Hamfest has been canceled. The Yuma Hamfest may return in the future in a simpler format. Thank you to all those that have supported us over the years. The past success of the Yuma Hamfest is because of you. Those that have already paid money for 2023 will be issued refunds. - Yuma County Fairgrounds

Vendor List

 The list of vendors for the 2022 Yuma Hamfest & ARRL Southwestern Division Convention will continue to be updated right up to the time of the event. Here is a list of the vendors that have attended in the past.

Ham Radio Outlet
Phoenix, Arizona
(800) 854-6046

Ham Radio Outlet (HRO) is the largest supplier of Amateur Radio equipment in the world, with over eight million dollars in inventory. They have thirteen stores nationwide, and HRO Phoenix will be at the hamfest with items available for sale.

The Radio

The Yaesu brand is well known among ham radio aficionados and is synonymous with premium quality ham radios. From stationary multi-feature communications equipment to portable devices, YAESU has consistently represented the best in communications equipment to the world's top DX'ers for over half a century.

Austin, Texas
(512) 535-4713

FlexRadio Systems will have their line of Software-Defined Radio (SDR) products on display, including the FLEX-6400(M), FLEX-6600(M), FLEX-6700, Maestro and Power Genius XL Amplifier. FlexRadio products have evolved into the most popular amateur SDR products available today, and started amateur radio’s Software Defined Radio revolution.

 Club Gear Online

Gear Online is here to give your club or organization a professional and uniform look. Using a digital sublimated printing process or direct to garment printing, we can offer custom apparel, stickers, mugs, keychains, & more. These methods give you almost unlimited color choices, and it doesn’t cost extra to add additional colors to your design. Let us set up an exclusive page for members of your club to order club approved gear!!

Hi-Tech Liquidators
Costa Mesa, California
(949) 646-1686

Richard Hammerschlag (WD6X) and his wife Tina run the Hi-Tech Liquidators store in Costa Mesa, where they sell industrial electronics surplus and close-out bargains. They will have a lot of those bargains at the hamfest.

Impulse Electronics
Escondido, California
(866) 747-5277

Impulse Electronics carries series DC12 VERSA-GO-BOX and MINI-GO-BOX; DMR and Analog Radios from TERA and AnyTone; Powerpole connectors; Bioenno Power Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries and chargers; West Mountain Radio power products; Red/Black zip cord power wire; power cables; Powrwerx power supplies. They offer an inline wattmeter that measures the amps, volts, watts and amp hours of your batteries and rig.

Wired Communications
Scottsdale, Arizona
Roger Deane (KD6CNY)
(480) 209-1700

Wired Communications promises you quality LED Lights, Cables, Connectors, and Adapters at bargain prices and with a full one year warranty. Adapting one standard to another can be a pain, but at we have most all the Popular Computer Cables, Audio Connectors, Video Adapters 12V LED RV Lights, and Ham Radio Accessories that you may need.

Palomar Engineers
Bonsall, California
(760) 747-3343

Palomar Engineers provides ferrite and iron power core products for radio communication and filters for RFI/EMI interference and noise suppression. They also provide antenna products including common mode feed line chokes, and broadband impedance transformers for antenna and transmission line matching and receiver noise reduction. Their products have been used in everything from ham stations to the International Space Station.

Micro-node International

Mark chose to retire and closed Micro-node International.

PAPA System

Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) is one of the latest commercial protocols being adapted for Amateur use. Like D-STAR, DMR is digital and repeaters are typically networked. The PAPA System has placed 12 DMR repeaters on the air in Southern California and networked them with other California DMR repeaters, as well as those around the world.

RF Gear 2 Go
Mesa, Arizona

RF Gear 2 Go specializes in HF, VHF and UHF radio "gear" for the hobbyist and the professional. RF Gear 2 Go (a division of Cybergear, Inc.) was started due to how few choices everyday consumers had in getting state of the art communications gear to meet their everyday or off-grid communication requirements.



Tote-A-Lee Yours
Englewood, Ohio
(937) 231-4313

Tote-A-Lee Yours provides a range of handmade fabric items like purses, tote bags, coin purses, etc.


Beamspeed Internet Service
Yuma, Arizona
Alex Camarena

Beamspeed provides wireless high-speed Internet connectivity to the Yuma, Wellton, San Luis, El Centro area. They are also providing Internet access for vendors at the Yuma Hamfest.





The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (as AMSAT is officially known) was first formed in the District of Columbia in 1969 as an educational organization. Its goal is to foster Amateur Radio's participation in space research and communication.

Arizona Repeater Association
Phoenix, Arizona
Brian McCarthy (President)
Joe Godfrey (Membership)

The Arizona Repeater Association ("ARA") was founded in 1967 and is a registered Arizona non-profit corporation. The organization is dedicated to the construction and maintenance of Amateur Radio repeater sites in Arizona.

Amateur Radio Council of Arizona (ARCA)

The Amateur Radio Council of Arizona (ARCA) is a statewide organization comprised of Amateur Radio Clubs from all parts of Arizona, working for the betterment of Amateur Radio statewide.


The Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the largest organization of radio amateurs in the United States, with more than 156,000 members. The booth will be manned by state and division-level officers of the ARRL, who are there to answer your questions.

DXCC Field Checkers

DXCC field checkers representing the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL) will be present at the Yuma Hamfest to process those contacts for the DXers.



American Red Cross

The Red Cross will have their Emergency Communications Response Vehicle (ECRV) on display at the Yuma Hamfest.


Besides the vendors in the main hall, tailgaters are scattered all over the fairgrounds, many selling items just outside their RVs. The cost of a tailgate spot is $10 for Friday and Saturday (if you pre-register), so anyone with extra ham stuff is welcome to set up shop and offer their goodies for sale.
Tailgaters had everything from the usual RF castaways to some really good bargains. Notice the terrible weather so common to Yuma, officially the sunniest city in the country.


Country Store

Besides the commercial vendors in the main hall and the tailgaters around the fairgrounds, the Yuma Hamfest offers a third venue for the buying and selling of amateur radio equipment and related items. We have the Country Store, which is also located in the main Theater Building. The Country Store is a consignment sales area where people who do not want the burden of sitting all day at a tailgate table have their equipment for sale for a consignment fee. Representatives from the Yuma Hamfest monitor the consignment sales tables and negotiate a sale on behalf of the owners of the equipment. The owners, meanwhile, are enjoying the numerous seminars and other exhibits at the hamfest.

More information on the Country Store