Last Updated on July 10, 2024 by KC7NYR

Amateur Radio Relay Group, Inc. (ARRG)
ARRG owns and operates the 18 different VHF and UHF repeaters that make up the K7RPT system. The repeaters provide communications coverage to about most of the populated areas of Oregon and some of SW Washington State.

Auxiliary Communications Emergency Solutions (ACES) –  Supports our emergency communications partners by promoting a standard for training and certification of amateur radio operators.

Oregon ARES District 1
Amateur Radio Emergency Communications. This net meets daily from 7:30 to 8:00 PM local time for the purpose of preparation and coordination of District 1 ARES communications in the event of an actual emergency.

Washington County ARES/RACES
Washington County Amateur Radio Emergency Services(ARES) exists for the purpose of providing backup emergency communications to many served agencies in Washington County, Oregon.

Automatic Packet Reporting System – APRS is digital communications information channel for Ham radio. As a single national channel it gives the mobile ham a place to monitor for 10 to 30 minutes in any area, at any time to capture what is happening in ham radio in the surrounding area.

APRS Live Map

Live Real Time Satellite tracking

Flight Radar 24 – The world’s most popular flight tracker. Track planes in real-time on our flight tracker map and get up-to-date flight status & airport information.

Amateur Radio with KC7MM – Net Control Station for the Linux User Net located in Beaverton, Oregon. Hosted by The Amateur Radio Relay Group. is a community site designed and operated by and run for active Amateur Radio operators (hams). If you like this website, please cast your vote.

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Northwest Oregon  Traffic  and Training Net . The NTTN is an Amateur Radio Net to handle formal written traffic into and out of the state of Oregon.

KJ7BRE Radio Communications – Ever since Even could remember he had a major focus on learning about electronics. He started soldering his own circuits when he was just 9 years old all by himself. Nowadays, he is a 16 years old and have gained a tone of knowledge since then. He has skills in anything from electrical engineering to software development and RF physics. He has a lot of technical interests and have luckily found great people to help him express them and give him a chance despite his age. Currently, he works in 3 volunteer positions for the Amateur Radio Relay that operates Amateur Radio Repeater System across the State of Oregon.

Western Oregon Radio Club. The Western Oregon Radio Club is an Amateur Radio club located in Portland Oregon. The club functions to operate radio repeaters to provide coverage over a large portion of the northwest corner of the state of Oregon.

The club also has RF links to other similar Amateur Radio Repeater systems located throughout the Pacific Northwest of the United States. The current roster of repeaters participating in the Evergreen Intertie system includes 29 separate repeaters.

A local user net is conducted each week on Wednesdays at 7 PM to provide up to date information about the local repeaters and to answer user questions.

Oregon Tualatin Valley Amateur Radio Club
We are a group of Amateur Radio Operators who strive to foster good will and cooperation between all radio services, to be instrumental in helping the beginning or prospective Amateur Radio Operator sustain their interest and become properly licensed, to afford those active in the Amateur Radio Service a means by which to meet and associate with others, to promote radio knowledge, friendship and individual operating skills.

OTVARC-Upcoming Exams

There are two weekly nets held on the OTVARC repeaters. The Wednesday Night Casual Net is held from 8:00 PM until 8:30 PM Wednesday evenings on the 146.96 MHz repeater. The Portland Public Schools Amateur Radio Club Traffic Net is held Wednesday evenings from 7:00 PM until 7:30 PM on the 440.25 MHz repeater.


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Auxiliary Communications Emergency Solutions

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ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)

ARRL Emergency Communications Page

Amateur Radio Service – The amateur and amateur-satellite services are for qualified persons of any age who are interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without pecuniary interest. 

Universal Licensing System – New Users Guide To Getting Started With Universal Licensing System (ULS).

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