The Larkfield Amateur Radio Club is New York State Not-For-Profit 501c3 broad based ARRL club located in western Suffolk County, Long Island, NY. We support a host of amateur radio activities including multiple amateur radio repeaters, ARES/RACES, public service, weekly nets, monthly meetings and much more.
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WA2PNU EastNet FlexNet Network
ARES / RACES Net
Huntington – Monday Nights, 7:00 PM, 1900 local on 147.210 MHz, 136.5 PL
Smithtown – Monday Nights, 7:30 PM, 1930 local on 145.43 MHz, 136.5 PL
LARC VE Examiners hold VE sessions on the second Saturday of every even month.
Can be downloaded from the LARC Yahoo Group files section
2016 LARC Meeting Presentations
January 14th - DXing. FT5ZM Amsterdam Island 2014 Dxpedition presentation with video.
Join The LARC Yahoo Group and Facebook Page!
LARC has it's own Yahoo Group. In order to join the group, you must have a Yahoo Profile. Club members with a Yahoo profile can join the LARC Yahoo Group by sending an email to:
If you do not have a Yahoo profile, go to www.yahoo.com, create a profile, and then click the link above to request to join the LARC group.
To join the LARC Facebook page, go to facebook.com and search for "Larkfield Amateur Radio Club", and "like" the page.
Watch on YouTube.
February 11, 2016 LARC Meeting
January 6, 2016 saw the first LARC CW net take place, and it was a home run. The net was lead by our own super CW'er Peter, AA2VG, with assistance from Vic, WA2ARQ. 3 CW beeginner newbies tried out their fists, and Peter called it an "impressive performance"! If you have always wanted to try CW, but were afraid of the machine gun CW guys, try the LARC CW Net.
The net will take place every Wednesday night at 8:30 PM local time. Check in on 147.210, and from there you'll QSY to 10M. Join the fun, try CW today!
The flags AC2FV will fly while operating the NPOTA event have arrived. So... Dust off those outdoor rigs. Polish up your qrp skills. Throughout 2016, Amateur Radio will be helping the National Park Service celebrate theior 100th anniversary. Hams from across the country will activate NPS Units, promote the National Park Service and showcase Amateur Radio to the public. Let's get some LARC club competition going and see who can get the most NPS units activated in 2016.
Go here for more info...
Go here to check out Wes Hayward, W7ZOI's web page