The Sandusky Radio Experimental League was founded in 1932. The main purpose was to promote the hobby of Amateur Radio. In the early years of amateur radio there was no commercial manufactures of radio equipment. Most radio equipment was either converted from military surplus or homebrew, hence the word "experimental" in our name. The organization was one of the first of its kind in the Northern Ohio Area. It is also one of the few amateur clubs that has it own meeting place. Due to the efforts of our founding members, plus a lot of hard work, the club members can enjoy the convenience of a meeting place they can call their own.
ham radio licensing testing every third Tuesday at 7:00pm
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