Welcome to the Langley Amateur Radio Associations Web Page!

There will be an informal net on the local repeater most nights @1900 through the week except for Mondays.

147.380+ T110.9 VE7RLY Repeater

Membership in LARA:

Full Membership RAC member $30.

Full Membership none RAC member $35

E-transfer your dues here Langley.ARA@Gmail.com

L.A.R.A. owns and operates two main repeater frequencies in Langley BC Our main VHF Repeter is VE7RLY Frequency 147.380 with a tone of 110.9 on our North machine and 77. in the South of Langley. We also have a low powered third VHF repeater located to the East in Aldergrove with a tone of 203.5

We also host EchoLink on our VE7RLY VHF Repeater 391965_229352867138390_1311919943_n

Our UHF machine in the South of Langley is at 441.375 with no tone.

We also have a Mobile Emergency Communications Trailer that can be deployed directly to an Emergency. VHF 146.780 and UHF 443.975

We hold our weekly net on our VHF repeater Monday nights at 19:30 Hrs PST year round. 

Please see our Education page for info re our next Presentation

contact Scott at: VE7CCY@Rac.ca to receive a Zoom invitation to the meeting

LARA Monthly Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 19:00 Hrs PST at Douglas Rec Centre 20399 Douglas Cr Langley BC

See our “Education” Page for a list of Educational Talks and Demonstrations at Previous Meetings 

We are uniquely located in the City of Langley BC as well as The Township of Langley BC see our “About” page for more interesting information about Langley, BC

* Here is the latest info regarding Distracted Driving in BC*  electronic-devices-while-driving

If your Langley Non Profit or Service organization Event requires Communications please send us a Note with some details and our Communications committee will get back to you.

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    1. Thanks for that Merlin you have a fantastic signal into Langley on the in put..

      Check out our Buy and Sell page it’s a work in progress with Links to other buy sell pages..

      Rob VE7AAT


      1. HI Rob – just looking over the web site now. Great job I know its lots of work. I have given Al a flash drive with the Lara History on it. Their are lots of photos there as well. I see you are missing the photos of the Silent Keys that use to belong to the club. I will look to see if I have any. Last one that passed was Terry Lad. It would be nice if we had a photo of her. Might want to check with Robert on that one. Will keep in touch.

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  1. Looks great! Good info for all who want info..and then some. Keep up the great work. Maybe some pics of who’s who? Thanks for your good work on our behalves.
    Marilyn. VE7OSS

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    1. Hi Gordon

      Thanks for the comments..
      Yes connection whent Sout on us, however glad you were able to check in. Hope you try again next week and feel free to give a call any time. .

      The Tulip festival is just below us, actually heading down that way Sunday. .

      Hope you have a great week ahead..


      Rob VE7AAT


    1. Hi Gordon

      Thank you again for checking in with us Monday night. Tonight is the CCVT city funded emergency groups net at 8pm local same echolink connection if interested.
      Regarding satellite comunications our city ffunded group has several of theses, our ARES group has no funds for such at this time (unless you have some to donate?)

      That being said we are following amsat s progress in 2019 they hope to have an emergency comunications satellite up for all emergency groups to use. ..

      73 Rob VE7AAT


    1. Hi Gordon

      Glad to hear of your friends move to paradise.

      We live in such a spactacular place. In 45 minuts from Vancouver you can be skiing in winter or mountain biking in summer at whistler. In 1.45 you can be on a quite beach north or south vancouver island. And if you are a boarder, oh my.

      I grew up near the ocean and have sailed all up and down the Pacific Northwest. There are so many nooks and cranny to explore and Moore over night you would not believe it.

      More over if you are a Ham, there are repeters everywhere.

      We live inland now here in Langley as my wife and girls wanted horses, but in 20 minuts I can have the boat in the water at Crecent Beach Marina.

      Needles to say I’m a big fan of Super Natural British Columbia.


      Rob VE7AAT


  2. Dear Rob, Thanks for the feedback, I shared it with my friend. BC certainly has a lot to offer but Ottawa has some special things being the capital. There are some very interesting people on 2 meters. I have debugged some gremlins in my computer so I will give Echolink another try. 73 Gordon Ball VE3CSH Ottawa

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    1. Hey Gordon,

      It would be great to hear you on Echolink again..

      Im a big fan of this great Country of ours so no argument there, Ottawa is actually where Im from.

      Look forward to hearing you on the net Monday night.

      Happy Fathers Day if that applies..


      Rob VE7AAT


  3. Hi I have just bought my first cb set up and don’t have any idea what I am doing if anyone could give me some advice that would be very much appreciated


    1. Hi David

      Thank you for your inquiry

      To get licensed for HAM radio (Not CB) all training is now on line at RAC.ca

      We encourage you to contact them directly to join and get your basic Amateur Radio operators certificate.

      We very much look forward to hearing you on the air!


      Rob VE7CL


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