ARRL MembershipBecome a member.

Use Your License to Serve the Community – ARRL’s volunteer Amateur Radio operators help their communities in good times and bad, through community events, disaster response, and various programs. Check out Public Service.

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ARRG Membership – Become a Member

The Amateur Radio Relay Group, Inc. (ARRG) is an Oregon Non-Profit 501C (3) public service organization. ARRG and the K7RPT Repeater System is primarily supported by member donations from generous hams like you!

WORC Membership – Become a Member

The Western Oregon Radio Club, Inc. was formed to maintain, operate, and improve the Portland, Oregon, repeaters which connect to the Evergreen Intertie System.

The Portland local system now consists of twenty two repeaters, operating on the ten meter, six meter, two meter, seventy centimeter and twenty three centimeter bands. An autopatch is available to WORC members for Portland local calls. The club distributes a periodic newsletter to keep the members advised of changes to the local and Evergreen Intertie systems.

The Oregon Tualatin Valley Amateur Radio Club – Become a Member

We are a group of Amateur Radio Operators who strive to foster good will and cooperation between all radio services, to be instrumental in helping the beginning or prospective Amateur Radio Operator sustain their interest and become properly licensed, to afford those active in the Amateur Radio Service a means by which to meet and associate with others, to promote radio knowledge, friendship and individual operating skills. We provide club programs and activities as to advance the general interest and welfare of the Amateur Radio Service in the community.

Northwest Oregon Traffic and Training: The NTTN is an Amateur Radio Net to handle formal written traffic into and out of the state of Oregon.

QNI Newsletter – QNI is dedicated to promoting genuine emergency communications preparedness. Our newsletter is independently published and distributed free of charge to the Amateur Radio and emergency management community. To read or download the QNI Newsletter, visit their website at

Useful Links

ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)

ARRL Emergency Communications Page

Emergency Communications Training