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welcome to the Lake Monroe Amateur Radio Society!

The Lake Monroe Amateur Radio Society serves Seminole County and Central Florida.

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LMARS Newsletter Archive

Check out the new Newsletter Archive to read old issues of Keyed Up dating back to 2009! If you have any issues from before 2009, or other issues that are missing from our Archive, please email them to me so they can be shared.

The Archive can always be accessed from the Our Club menu item.

Note: Currently, the Archive only goes up to part of 2016, but I actually have everything from then until now. I just need to export them to PDF and get them uploaded. So, More Issues Coming Soon!

Newsletter Archive

Taking Part in the SVTN Has Never Been Easier!

Are you new to the club, or perhaps just new to the Net, and would like to find out what all the talk is about? Have no fear, we have a handy dandy new Participation Guide to answer all your questions and guide you through it all! Stop thinking about it and hop in!

Visit our SVTN Page to Download

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Meeting Address:

Winter Springs Civic Center
400 North Edgemon Avenue
Winter Springs, FL 32708

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Our Newsletter

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Download the latest edition of our monthly Newsletter!

The Official App

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Download the LMARS Companion App for Android free from the Google Play Store.

LMARS Gear

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All purchases include an embroidered LMARS logo.

lmars traffic net


The SVTN is an official net of the ARRL National Traffic System and maintains liaison with other recognized traffic nets. It is a training net dedicated to learning and practicing message handling and formal net procedures in a non-threatening, positive environment where more experienced operators are able to help those who are learning.

The Seminole VHF Traffic Net meets daily at 7:15PM on the 147.285 MHz repeater with a PL Tone of 107.2 Hz and a standard +600 offset.

interested in becoming a ham radio operator?


Visit our Licensing page to find out more about how to get into the hobby!

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New club members are always welcome. LMARS has a monthly meeting where we attend to club business, hold a presentation related to Ham radio, and get together with other Hams.

As a member of LMARS, you will make a difference in taking part in club functions, operating at Field Day, and providing communications services at city events!

Get involved with LMARS today!

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