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Welcome to the Longmont Amateur Radio Club Website


Our club meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, at 7PM, in the Clover building at the Boulder County Fairgrounds.The address is 9595 Nelson Rd and is near the intersection of Nelson and Hover Roads in Longmont. As you enter the Fairgrounds driving North from the South entrance off Nelson road, the Clover building is the building you will see directly in front of you. It is not the smaller building off to the right, which houses the current Fairground offices.

Prepareathon

The Longmont Amateur Radio Club has announced that we will take part in the City of Longmont's Prepareathon scheduled for Wednesday the 14th of September.Checkout this website for details....More details about how you can volunteer to help with event will be forthcoming soon............Jerry  

2016 Fall Longmont Cert Class - Training Announced

We are pleased to announce the dates and open registration for the 2016 Fall Longmont CERT class.Class start on Tuesday, September 20th and last 4 weeks on Tuesday & Thursday from 6pm - 9pm. To register please visit www.lgmtcert2016.eventbrite.com.If you have any question feel free to contact me.Thanks,Peter C.

Register Now for the Technician License Preparation Class!

Our new Technician License Preparation Class starts Monday, August 1st!  Click on the Education link on the left to register for this class.  Tell all your friends & relatives who aren't licensed that now is the time to jump into the hobby -- Register today! 

RMNP - NPOTA Jan 2016

Activation of Rocky Mountain National Park Jan 2016

January 5th 2016, by Doug KE0SI

First contact was made at 11:37am.  Within 20 minutes he had a pileup that lasted until his radio battery went dead.

Total contacts 87.  26 states.  Band stick dipole antenna and 100 watts got signal reports from 55 to 59+20

Click on the PDF file at the bottom of this page to see results / notes / lessons learned / notes for next time.and more pictures.  

ARRL Field Day Report

   ARRL 2015 Field DayReport

 

2015 Field Day was a spectacular event, with 15 operators making 381 contacts.  Thanks guys for your good effort. 

We had three stations on the air much of the time. All our equipment was on battery power. using the batteries from a cell phone tower.  

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