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CLAIREMONT REPEATER ASSOCIATION

CLAIREMONT REPEATER ASSOCIATION

Contact Information

Club Name:
CLAIREMONT REPEATER ASSOCIATION
Call Sign:
K6ITR
Contact:
Dale A. Weber WE6ER
Email:
clara.repeater.treas@gmail.com

Basic Information

Call Sign:
K6ITR
Annual Report:
Nov 16th 2023
Meeting Time:
Breakfast - 3rd Saturday of odd Months. Pizza Party - 3rd Saturday of even Months.
Meeting Place:
Denny's Tustin Ca., 1571 El Camino Real Listen to Tues. Net at 7:00 pm for changes. 145.220
Section:
ORG
Affiliation Date:
Mar 19th 1988
Specialties:
Contest, Digital Modes, General Interest, Public Service/Emergency, Repeaters, VHF/UHF
Services Offered:
Club Newsletter, License Test Sessions, Mentor, On-The-Air Bulletins, Repeater
Description:

 The Clairemont Repeater Association is more than just a community of individuals interested in amateur radio. Our community includes many adventure enthusiasts united by a love of the great outdoors, enjoying activities such as hiking, trail running, biking, camping, fishing, and off-roading. We blend the wonders of outdoor exploration with the limitless potential of amateur radio communication.

 

We are committed to fostering a culture of responsible communication, prioritizing emergency response, and upholding the values of courtesy and respect within our community. As a family-oriented organization, we take pride in the ownership and operation of the Clairemont repeater, which stands as a vital link for communication and safety in Southern California, as well as a conduit to meet others with similar interests and form lasting friendships.

 

 The CLARA repeaters are privately owned and operated by the Clairemont Repeater Association, a non-profit corporation and family-oriented organization. The repeaters are located at 5,730 feet on top of Santiago Peak, which is located approximately 23 miles East of Santa Ana. We have excellent coverage over most of Southern California--south to the border of Mexico, north to the fringes of Santa Barbara, and as far east as Victorville and Banning.

 

 Currently, we operate two repeaters on Santiago Peak: a 145.220 Mhz and a 1.2 Ghz. The 1.2 Ghz repeater is open only to Members and Associates. We also have a repeater on 145.220 Mhz in the Barstow area covering the high desert, which we plan to link with Santiago Peak in the future.

 

  Although the 145.220 Mhz Santiago Peak repeater is listed as a closed repeater in the repeater guides, visitors are welcome to use it for short calls and QSOs. We ask that all users practice courteous and considerate operating procedures. CLARA is always known for passing emergency or priority traffic.

 

 

Links:
http://www.clararepeater.org

Club Statistics

Club Members:
61
Voting Members:
31
Voting Licensed Amateur Members:
31
Voting ARRL Members:
45

CLAIREMONT REPEATER ASSOCIATION Officers

  • Dale A. Weber WE6ER

    Contact, Treasurer

    Dale A. Weber WE6ER

  • Jade Jourdan K6JDJ

    President

    Jade Jourdan K6JDJ

  • David L. Reynolds W6DLR

    Secretary

    David L. Reynolds W6DLR

  • Jeff Van Es N6JSV

    Vice President

    Jeff Van Es N6JSV

  • Darcy W. Weber WI6ORG

    Editor

    Darcy W. Weber WI6ORG

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