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LVSRA has been affiliated with the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) since 1930, and was incorporated in 1977 for the purpose of information exchange, to promote radio knowledge, fraternize with other radio operators for efficiency and cooperation between members, to conduct club programs and activities so as to promote an interest in amateur radio, and to provide emergency communication to the community.

Monthly Meetings

The LVSRA holds regular meetings on the third Saturday of each month at 8:00 am at Heisey’s Diner, 1740 N Highway 72, Lebanon, PA. This is a few miles north of Lebanon. We have VE testing sessions at every LVSRA club meeting.

Lebanon County 2 Meter Emergency Net

This is a directed net commencing at 8:00 pm EST, operating on a frequency of 147.315 MHz with a PL of 82.5 Hz. All licensed amateur radio operators are invited to participate. This net operates in cooperation with the Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services.


Membership

Membership

Our Repeaters

Our Repeaters

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Emergency Communications


Current News and Events

2019 LVSRA – ARRL Field Day

Field Day is always the fourth full weekend of June, beginning at 1800 UTC (2:00pm) Saturday and running through 2059 UTC (5:59pm) Sunday. More about ARRL Field Day here:   2019 ARRL Field Day is June 22-23 The LVSRA Field Day event will be held at the Pine Pavilion in South Hills Park, Lebanon again …


Awesome video from LVSRA’s Field Day 2016. Thank you to Kris Zajac KA3D’s Son-In-Law.
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2 weeks ago

LVSRA - K3LV

How HAM radio can make a difference.

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4 weeks ago

LVSRA - K3LV

315 is back to 100%. Final report from Randy WA3HLP "The power amplifier unit on the GE Master III repeater literally went up in smoke for unknown reasons as of yet. Doug, W3DL had two spare power amplifier units at his house. Randy WA3HLP picked them up at Doug's W3DL and delivered them to Rusty K1BIX at the cabin. Rusty then got them to Don Yorty N3ILL and Cameron with the Lebanon DES. The one spare was DOA and it appeared the second spare was only putting out 20 watts but that turned out to be a intermittent issue with the watt meter itself. Turns out the second amp is good and is putting out 100 watts so, per Don N3ILL , the repeater is back to full normal operations." ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank all who solved the problem , remember net tonight !

Thanks guys!

4 weeks ago

LVSRA - K3LV

315 repeater is back on the air, thank you Randy and crew ... See MoreSee Less

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In case you all didn't know, the repeater is online, but is still undergoing some future repairs, so it is low power and shorter range on the recieve input for now...

Thanks indeed ! already missed it 🙂

Thank you. Thank you from KC3AWE

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