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Associated Radio Amateurs of Long Beach 



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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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A 501(c)3 organization

Chris Storey, KA6WNK, will give a unique presentation about the
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s radio communication system.

You will learn what it takes to provide communications throughout a 4,000 square mile region that includes open ocean, an offshore island, desert terrain, rugged mountains, canyons, and heavily built up downtown urban areas to provide reliable public safety communications for the largest sheriff’s department in the nation. For the last 20 years, Chris’ day job has been a Public Response Dispatcher for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Chris Storey, KA6WNKChris Storey, KA6WNK, is a twenty-year veteran Public Response Dispatcher for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Licensed over 30 years with an Extra Class license, the majority of his Amateur Radio operations have focused on emergency and public service at the local, state, and federal levels including Navy-Marine Corps Military Auxiliary Radio System, the federal Shared Resources High Frequency Radio Program, Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service, Community Emergency Response Teams, and the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary.




"First Friday" Monthly Meeting February 3rd, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

NOTE: Our meeting location has changed. We now meet at
the Red Cross building: 3150 E 29th St., Long Beach, CA 90806,
between Redondo & Temple.
Everyone is welcome to attend.