The Larkfield Amateur Radio Club is an ARRL special service club based 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. 


New Members!

The club welcomes Paul, W2PB, and John, KD2HVS. We look forward to seing you at our meetings and events.


Great DMR Radio Presentation!

Paul Beeman, W2PB, gave a great presentation on DMR radio at the February meeting. Kudos, Paul! If you would like a copy of his presentation in pdf format, go here.


2015 LARC Meeting Presentations

February – Digital Mobile Radio (DMR)

March – Homebrew Kit Overview

April – Test Equipment Demo (Part 1)

May – Swap Meet

June – N2YBB ARRL Update

June 26-28 – Field Day

September – Rasberry Pi

October – Test Equipment Demo (Part 2)

November – Microwaves (Tentative)

December – Holiday Party


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Join The LARC Yahoo Group and Facebook Page!

Club members can join the LARC Yahoo Group by sending an email to:

To join the LARC Facebook page, go to and search for "Larkfield Amateur Radio Club", and "like" the page.

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March 12 Meeting Presentation!

Amateur Radio Kit Roundup

Hams have always been tinkerers and do-it-your-selfers.  Finding a comprehensive source for radio kits, and kit building information can be a bit frustrating. Neil Goldstein, W2NDG, maintains a list of Ham Radio kit resources at, and for our March general meeting will give an overview of this list. What's out there? What's recommended? What do you need to get started? Getting into kit building is easy, fun, and not as difficult as you may think. Come to March's meeting and learn how to build your own gear, and learn how many kits are out there. Probably more than you think.

On 3/7/2015 the USS Massachusetts will be QRV as W1BSA from Fall River, MA. Frequencies are14259 KHz & 7259 KHz. QSL & Certificate via KB1TEE RICK EMORD, 135 Wareham Street, Middleboro MA 02346.


The figures 59 in the chosen frequencies are significant as the USS Massachusetts number is BBN 59