Welcome to the A.V. Amateur Radio Club

The Antelope Valley Amateur Radio Club (AVARC) graciously thanks you for visiting our web page. The AVARC defines itself as an education and public service organization whose goal is to reflect the club's values and interests by providing interesting and useful information to our visitors concerning club activities, special events, and ham radio information in general.

Meetings and presentations are subject to change without notice

Meetings take place in the main sanctuary. Parking is accessible via the cul-de-sac on 17th East to the south of Avenue J. This month's meeting we will be holding final nominations and voting for Club officers for 2017. Following the business meeting will be our annual "Anchors Away" Club swap meet. Time to clean out your closets! One ham's boat anchor is another's treasure.

Nearby Ham Radio Clubs

Los Angeles Area Council of Amateur Radio Clubs

CALNET - Linking Amateur RadiO Across California

K6QWR - Victor Valley Amateur Radio Club

KE6RN - California City Amateur Radio Club

W6BAR - Bakersfield Amateur Radio Association, Inc.

W6JW - Santa Clarita Amateur Radio Club

W6SD - San Fernando Valley Amateur Radio Club

W6VIO - JPL Amateur Radio Club

Inland Empire VHF Radio Amateurs Club

Quick Links

AV Amateur Radio Club Bylaws -updated Aug. 25, 2016

ARRL Contest Information

ARRL Graphicial Relay Allocations

DX Maps - QSO/SWL real-time maps

DX-scape (times listed in UTC and Japan Standard Time)

Internet Radio Linking Program (Current status)

KØGB - Mobile ham radio installations

Levine Central Ham Radio Repeaters by Location and by State


TASMA - Two-meter Area Spectrum Management Association (Orange, CA)

VHF Propagation Map

William Hepburn's Worldwide Tropospheric Ducting Forecast

Original contents © 2016 Antelope Valley Amateur Radio Club.
AVARC is a nonprofit educational organization under IRS Part 501(c)(3)
(reinstatement pending as of August, 2016).