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Associated Radio Amateurs of Long Beach 

 

W6RO / KE6LB

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Repeater Frequencies

2 Meters

146.145(+) PL=156.7 Hz

 

220 MHz

223.800(-)  PL=156.7 Hz

 

440 MHz

449.780 MHz (-)

PL=131.8 Hz

 

1.2 GHz

1286.300 MHz  (-)

PL=156.7 Hz

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Next "First Friday" Monthly Meeting October 6th, 2017, 7-9 PM

 

Our October speaker will be Chip Margelli, K7JA with the presentation:

"Building Antenna Systems that Really Work—and Really Last!"

Antennas are one aspect of a modern ham station that involve hands-on work. And whether you design your own antennas, or build them after purchasing them from The Candy Store, there are lots of “best practices” and “tricks of the trade” that should be employed so as to keep your antenna working like new for years to come.

Chip Margelli, K7JA draws on his decades of experience building and erecting antennas at W7RM, W6RR, W6AM, W6BH, and on countless Field Days to help you craft your own homebrew antenna, or more effectively build and ruggedize an antenna you’ve bought.

Be prepared to learn a lot in this new seminar on building effective antennas for your station!

 

We meet at the Red Cross building: 3150 E 29th St., Long Beach, CA 90806
(between Redondo & Temple)
Everyone is welcome to attend!