The Racine Megacycle Club "W9UDU" held their 2019 annual Field Day at Gene's place (WB9ZKY). People even came out to see what ham radio and field day was all about! Special Thanks to the Racine Megacycle Club for letting us all use their radio equipment as the night shifter's pictured below worked 20 and 40 meters from Midnight until about 2 am chalking up around 2 dozen contacts. It was a blast and the weather was perfect! Sean KD9FGF, Aaron WL7CTA and Robert KA9YHD working the grave yard shift below on 20 and 40 meters .
Save the day! Sunday Starting at Noon! On July 28th Lakeshore members will be grilling out! All hams from all over, family and fronds are welcome to come for some great outdoor cooking! Grilling out with Pub style Burgers, Brats, Sausages and beef dogs with all the sides! Its free attend, bring a dish to cook on our grills OR you can RSVP now and we will do the cooking for a $10 donation per adult, $5 for 12 and under. If you want to leave the cooking to us you must RSVP in advance. Follow the "RSVP Now!" link button Below.
A Special Lakeshore Ham Friendly Breakfast on Tour will be at The Worlds Famous Brat Stop, I-94 and Hwy 50 in Kenosha, 8:15am (opens at 8am).
Main Site repeaters online. State of the Art continuous Ham Duty Motorola SLR series repeaters have cutting edge technology DMR digital and analog modes for reliable 24/7/365 use with automated battery backup charging system with full online diagnostics. Analog and DMR Digital receiver site voting sites are under construction and we need your continued support! Your donation to Lakeshore helps maintain its repeater sites, keeping them on the air with readiness to volunteer and serve in SE Wisconsin communities for a reliable emergency communications backbone when disasters strike!
Lakeshore Repeater Association has been organized since 1975. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable corporation dedicated to providing local area Hams in SE WI and NE IL with excellent repeater coverage on both analog and digital DMR modes. Pictured is our dual band transmitter antenna standoff at 380 feet for 2m and 70cm analog/DMR digital repeaters. 3 Repeaters are maintained at our main site in Racine with a receiving antenna topping the tower at 465 feet. 2 analog and 1 DMR digital.
2m 147.270 + .6 and 70cm 442.000 + 5 Mhz both with a PL tone of 127.3 Hz. Our DMR digital dual voice capacity time slot repeater is connected to the ChicagoLand C-bridge Network with Ham radio contacts and talk groups to be accessed and heard from all over the world! This repeater has 5 plus digital voted receiver sites for optimal portable coverage on 440.00625 + 5 using Color Code 9. Our primary talk group is WI State 3155 on time slot one. Active full time. See our DMR Sites page for more details on DMR.
Downtown Kenosha voting receiver site for both 70cm DMR and 2m analog repeaters.
Lakeshore Repeater Association Articles of Inc, and New Membership Application (fillable PDF). More meeting information (here) .
& appointed members of the Board
Appointed Committee Chairs
Ken Rugaber - Membership committee chair for proposed By-Law amendments in 2019.
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