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Spring Valley Lake Amateur Radio Club


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•  Upcoming Technician Class
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Downloads
•  Constitution and Bylaws
•  Membership Application
•  Repeater Plan PDF Format)
•  Local Repeater List
•  List of Local Nets
•  Jpole Antenna
•  Choosing a Ham Radio


Radio Manuals
•  Baofeng UV-5R Manual
•  Baofeng UV-82 Series User Manual (UV-82, UV-82X, UV-82C)
•  Baofeng BF-F8HP User Manual
•  Kenwood TH-G71A & TH-G71E
•  Wouxun KG-UVD1P, KG-UV2D and KG-UV3D VHF/UHF FM handheld
•  Wouxun KG-UV6D, KG-UV6X handheld
•  Manual programming of the Wouxun KG-UVD1P Handy Talkies
•  Yaesu VX-2R Manual
•  Yaesu FT-7900 Manual
•  Yaesu FT-60R Manual






About Us



The Spring Valley Lake Amateur Radio Club is dedicated to:

Promoting interest in and the advancement of amateur radio, and electronics in general.

Promoting a good relationship between radio amateurs and the public through public service activities.

Helping interested persons to obtain a license and new licensees to upgrade.

Participate in community service activites involving or for amateur radio. These activities include emergency communication services (ESC).

1) History of KK6SVL

The Spring Valley Lake Amateur Radio Club was formed in February 2013 and initially assigned call sign KK6COO on Feb 25, 2013. Vanity call sign KK6SVL was issued on April 9, 2013. Shortly after its formation, the club initiated efforts to install and operate a UHF repeater that would provide reliable coverage in and around the Spring Valley Lake area for three primary purposes:

Provide reliable communications in the event of an emergency

Provide SVLARC members a means to communicate and conduct amateur radio business

We are pleased to report the successful installation of the Spring Valley Lake Amateur Radio Club UHF Repeater up on Quartzite Mountain. We have been enjoying excellent results.

2) Learning Resources

In an effort to assist with operation and programming of your radios, check out the Radio Manuals links provided at the left. If you don't see your make and model of radio at the left, please Email George and indicate the make and model. We will make every effort to find and post a manual and other resources for your particular radio.

3 ) Contact Us





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