Technician License Class
Begins Saturday, September 5th
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Runs 8 weeks


Radio Amateur's TFC School
by Dr.  Kate Hutton, K6HTN
ARRL LAX Traffic Manager

Saturday Nov 22

KJ6VAP Jeff Irwin


Vice President
Otis McCoy  NA6XR







Signal Hill Community Center  

The ARALB  Holds its monthly meeting on the first Friday of each month at 7 pm at the Signal Hill Community Center  located at 1780 E. Hill Street just off Cherry Avenue, behind the Police Station, Signal Hill, California.  All are welcome to attend each meeting. A special speaker on topics of great interest to all radio amateurs will be presented. Talk-in frequencies are 145.510 MHz simplex or 449.780 - offset ( PL 131.8 ) K6CHE  repeater on Signal Hill.


Queen Mary W6RO

The ARALB operates W6RO – the Nate Brightman Wireless Room aboard the Queen Mary.  The Wireless Room is a full-featured amateur radio station that displays and demonstrates ham radio to the public, as well as conducting on-air operations daily.  When staffed, the Wireless Room is normally open from 9:00am to 5:00pm local time daily.  Inquiries regarding the Wireless Room should be directed to John Rogers, KF6TTR: .

The Voice of America produced a two minute video feature on the Wireless Room in April 2014

 Visit Queen Mary web Page
Queen Mary Aerial Photos



K6CHE Repeater frequencys

2 Meters = 146.145 + shift with 156.7 Hz tone

220 MHz = 223.800 - shift with 156.7 Hz tone

440 MHz = 449.780 MHz - shift with 131.8 Hz tone

1.2 GHz = 1286.300 MHz  - shift with 156.7 Hz tone

ARALB Club Breakfast
Spires Restaurant
1935 E. Del Amo Blvd
Long Beach, Ca 90807-1107

(Corner of Cherry Ave & Del Amo Blvd)

Every Wednesday at 7:30 A.M ~ 8:30 A.M
meet in the back of the restaurant.

ARALB Monthly Meeting
 7:00 Pm
Signal Hill Community Center
1780 E. Hill Street
Signal Hill Ca 90755

After the meeting join us at
Hof's Hut Restaurant
2147 N Bellflower Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90815

Guest speaker for September is Walter Clark
Magnetic Fields, Magnetism and Transformers

There is the perception that physics students have, that all phenomena they will be exposed to can be explained and that the most
 fundamental aspects; those facts which can’t be explained --facts that can only be accepted-- are so mathematically subtle that it is hard
 to  be amazed at them. The purpose of this talk is to get across the idea that although physics explains much detail about the forces
involved, nonetheless, there are unexplainable,  facts-of-acceptance, which the student can appreciate as profoundly
 amazing, yet are not deeply buried within math. 

September Oscillator is on-line. Double-click below, to read:



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