Lubbock Amateur Radio Club
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70cm Repeater
443.075 MHz + 88.5
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Education

The Lubbock Amateur Radio Club is dedicated to educating the community and furthering the amateur radio hobby. From basic licensing and training to work on the cutting edge of new radio technologies, the members of LARC are always ready and willing to help. From the budding novice operator to the experienced long time member who is interested in furthering their skills and knowledge, we support both.

Outreach

Supporting the hobby,  other amateur radio operators and the community are the hallmarks of the Lubbock Amateur Radio Club. Our members are always looking for new and exciting ways grow amateur radio and to help the community. Assisting with communications at local events, operating special event stations, and opening our doors to the public at field day events are a few ways we are able to achieve this.

Emergency Services

LARC members are known for their expertise in the areas of emergency communications as well as their willingness to respond when needed to serve their community. Our members proudly serve with Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES), Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services (RACES), and Military Auxiliary Radio Systems (MARS).

Our Approach

Whether you are interested in old school radio operations on a vintage tube type radio using Morse code or are an experimental builder working on the edge of technology, the Lubbock Amateur Radio Club has a place for you.  We believe that every aspect of amateur radio has its place and its value.  From contesting to technical interests, we have members who will share your interests and with whom you can collaborate and build friendships.

Our Story

Lubbock Amateur Radio Club is an ARRL affiliated club.  We meet at the Noble Stidham Memorial Clubhouse at 1108 98th Street.  That is one-quarter mile west of US 84 on 98th Street on the north side.  You can’t miss the two radio towers and antennas.

Our regular business meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month and start at 7 pm.  We hold license test sessions on the first Tuesday and the other Tuesday evenings are dedicated to projects, seminars, classes, and hands-on training.

We are a family oriented organization and as such we hold regular events geared toward engaging the entire family.  These include special activities, campouts, cookouts, and holiday celebrations.