Text Box: Queensway Bay, Long Beach, CA - Photo by Mark Lindsey K6LED

Associated Radio Amateurs of Long Beach 



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Last update 4/19/2017  by  K6LED

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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

Alex entered amateur radio in the early 90's when he met friends in the desert to fly RC planes and gliders. Several years later, Alex upgraded to General and discovered HF and the fun of talking to fellow hams all over the world. A few months later, he upgraded to Extra so he could access the entire band and talk to the other stations just outside the General frequencies.


Alex has been President of his club for 5+ years, an area zip captain for the Torrance Amateur Radio Association, and enjoys working HF as a portable station. Alex has worked in Information Technology for over 25 years, and is currently a cloud engineer for Toyota. His focus is managing user identities in the cloud, scripting automated processes, and monitoring data quality across the enterprise.

Chris Storey, KA6WNK

Our Speaker for April will be Alex Marko KD6LPA
who will describe and demonstrate the use of a
RaspberryPi microcontroller as an APRS gate.


"First Friday" Monthly Meeting May 5th, 2017, 7-9 PM


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.