LLUARC owns and operates two 2-meter and one 440 mHz open repeaters that serve almost 200 members and the community.
Repeater frequencies 147.735 MHz ∓ 446.600 MHz -5.000 are located on the roof of the Loma Linda University Medical Center, both with a PL of 118.8 Hz. Each of these repeaters provide local community coverage and autopatch access to its members. Nets are held every Tuesday evening at 8:00 p.m. followed by Newsline providing news of interest to the amateur radio community.
Lake Arrowhead's Heaps Peak repeater frequency 145.240 MHz with a PL of 118.8, covers almost 33,000 square miles of southern California. Nets are held every Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. and also feature Newsline. After roll call an on-the-air swap meet is held, allowing listings of any amateur radio related equipment.
The Amateur Radio Club is now having regular meetings.
The club provides public service and emergency communications for Loma Linda University and Medical Center and the community at large. The radio club also assists individuals in obtaining amateur radio licenses, and provides for mutual fellowship of amateur radio operators who reside in the area. All are welcome whether you are a current licensed ham or not.
August 9, 2014
Loma Linda University Church, Sabbath School Room 109
The Inland Amateur License Testing Team holds test sessions at the Loma Linda Civic Center, Emergency Operations Center
in the Fire Station at the corner of Barton Road and Loma Linda Drive.
LLUARC meets the second Sunday of each month in room 111 of the Loma Linda University Church.
Annual LLUARC dues are $25.00. Reduced dues are offered to multiple licensees at the same address and to students. A separate supporting member status of the Arrowhead Repeater Group is also available and credit is given for dual memberships. Interested persons should request a membership application by contacting us.
For any club information or business, contact:
Fred Christensen, KD6SJO
Phone: (909) 796-3207
Post Office Box 1239
Loma Linda, California 92354