Hello and welcome to the King’s Lynn Amateur Radio Club site.

Hello and welcome to the King’s Lynn Amateur Radio Club Website.

Unfortunately we still can’t meet formally and so our repeaters have become the main source of news, amusement and of course general gossip locally.
Following on from improvements to GB3KY, extensive work has been carried out on GB3KL.
We have been very lucky to have assistance with the setting up of GB3KY and GB3KL. As a result both of our repeaters are functioning very well!
It has been suggested that we leave GB3KL disconnected from CQUK for a trial period of one month. This repeater can cope with both Digital (C4FM) and Analog.
By leaving the repeater disconnected it makes it easier for Analog users to access. Please email me with your thoughts and comments so we can assess the situation for the future.
The Digital users can still connect to rooms via the Link (care of Roy G8KOC). If left idle the repeater will disconnect after 10 minutes.
If you need assistance with Digital use there is plenty of help available. The starting point is here with the Wires X Bible.
Of course you can ask any questions on GB3KL or email the club if like me it’s all too much to work out on your own!
I would be grateful if you could give reports on either of the Repeaters. It will help us to map the coverage.
The Club is happy to offer the Repeaters for all licensed Amateurs, Please show your support and use them!
K.L.A.R.C. run two Nets on GB3KY Thursday and Sunday evenings at 19:00 local time. Everyone is welcome to join in.

Please stay safe,


Mike (M0XXM)