The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club is one of the few clubs in our area to have its own clubhouse. Built in the early 1980s, it has been home to our operations and club meetings ever since. It serves as a home to the 444.275MHz repeater as well as the 147.105MHz repeater. Until recently, the 146.925MHz repeater was located in the clubhouse, but it is now located on the city’s communications tower in their building just outside the clubhouse.

In addition to club meetings, the clubhouse is used for special events, testing, and even operations in the event of an emergency. We have backup power capabilities (currently being upgraded to a LP automatic standby generator), as well as Internet access via a point-to-point microwave connection. Telephone services are provided via our Internet link from a server located in Dallas, Texas. In the event that physical infrastructure lines are down, we still have communications so long as our microwave connection is working.

The clubhouse is located at 560 Johnson Boulevard in Cleveland, Tennessee. We have been added to Google Maps (as Cleveland Amateur Radio Club), so you can now navigate to us using your mobile device if it relies on the Google Maps data.


BY-LAWS Cleveland Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Adopted June 1972 Amended: November 1978; July 1989; July 21, 1992; November 1995 October 2000; August 8, 2006, October 12, 2010; April 9, 2013; April 14, 2015 April 11, 2017   ARTICLE I – Name This organization shall be known as the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club, or also by …

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