Welcome to the Loudoun Amateur Radio Group web site!

If you are visiting our web site as a result of the Farmwell Station International Space Station (ISS) event and have further questions, please contact leadership@k4lrg.org or education@k4lrg.org. We look forward to hearing from you! You may also find this information useful.

The Loudoun Amateur Radio Group (LARG) of Loudoun County, Northern Virginia, was founded in July 1993. LARG is a family oriented club with a wide variety of activities and interests. Some of these activities include public service, emergency communications support, high altitude balloon radio, camera and video flights, fox hunts, contesting and radio sport “DX-ing”.

We are an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) affiliated club where many of our members support the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) of Loudoun County. We encourage the involvement and advancement in the art and sport of amateur radio communications and offer several license education and training courses throughout the year.

On March 9, 2019 we voted to implement a new constitution as a framework of our club going forward. The new constitution can be found here.


2 Meter net report

We held the 2 meter net tonight (February 16, 2020). There were 6 check-ins: W5ODJ, NCS N4PDY KD4NYX KD4HAX WA4TXE KK4TNO Mike let us know there are going to be 11 students in this next Extra class training. He let us know that N1RM is mostly organizing this training and that it has gone very …

Thursday SSB Net Report Feb 6, 2020

Net control tonight was Bill, K8SYH with check-in from Dave KE4S. We discussed the generous rainfall we have been having and its impact on delaying our antenna work. A late check-in from Chris W4PMP completed the net as we closed at 8:21.


Everyone is welcome! For more information or to contact one of us please reach out to us at leadership@k4lrg.org. We hope to see you soon!