Lee DeForest Amateur Radio Club

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We are The Lee DeForest Amateur Radio Club


Lee DeForest was an early radio pioneer.  He invented many things but is famous for inventing the triode radio tube.

You can reach us at P.O. Box 491, San Jacinto Ca. 92583 or by email at K6LDF@radioclub.com, our club call sign is K6LDF.

We are organized as a 501 (c)3 non profit corporation.

VE Testing - Become a Ham.  Get Your License


Our next testing session will be on September 19, at 9:00 AM.  The location is 41352 Merriwood Dr., Hemet.  Click on the map link below for directions.

 

 Location for Club Meeting


Our meetings lcation is on temporary hold because of the corona virus.


Our location is in the Ramona Room Directly behind the Miller Jones Chapel at 1501 West Florida.  Please park toward the rear of the lot so as not affect any other function that may be going on.

NEWS from ARRL The ARRL is offering a wide variety of educational lectures.  These are free to members.  Go to  http://www.arrl.org/arrl-learning-network to see what is being offered.

Click anywhere on the Solar Terrestrial Data and it will bring up a menu. Click on glossary for a complete explanation of all of the abbreviations.

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