EME Array
When you want to work the moon it helps to bring enough antenna!

Who We Are

We are an informal amateur radio group promoting interest in VHF and higher frequencies. Our emphasis is on long-distance, weak-signal operations.

Membership is promoted for the purpose of encouraging the efforts of Alaskan operators sharing similar interests in VHF and “up”.

We are an ARRL-affiliated club and are casually affiliated with the Pacific Northwest VHF Society.

What We do

First and foremost, the club is here to help and encourage those new to weak signal operating on the VHF, UHF, and microwave bands.

We also have a lot of fun too. Members are active in EME contests, portable operating, VHF contests, and other events.

The club call sign, KL7VHF, is often heard in contests around South-Central Alaska.

If you are active on, or just interested in VHF/UHF or higher activities then why not join us? Membership is free – no dues!

Operating on 2 M SSB near Indian

Calling Frequencies

BandFMPolarizationSSBPolarization*
6 M50.525vertical52.125 horizontal
2 M146.52vertical144.2vertical
1.25 M223.5vertical222.1vertical
70 cm446.0vertical432.2vertical
33 cm927.5verticalnonevertical
23 cm1294.5vertical1296.1vertical
*In Alaska the convention is to always use vertical polarization, except for 6 meter weak-signal operating. Click here for more background.
Operating on three bands from Glen Alps, above Anchorage

FM Simplex Chat

UsageFrequency
National146.52
Anchorage146.49
Mat-Su Valley146.43
Kenai Peninsula146.42
These frequencies are locally used for routine FM chat. (For example, to QSY after making contact via a repeater.)
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