Hello and welcome to the home page for the Northern Florida Section of the ARRL. Our goal is to provide up to date and relevant information to amateur radio operators in the Northern Florida counties. Whether you’re here to find information on current events or interested in obtaining your license, we hope you’ll find this site useful. See something we’re missing? Want to provide an article or section news? Click here to contact us! If you have an event you’d like listed on the website, please submit it here.

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Latest Section News

  • QST NFL January 2022
    Check out the latest happenings in your section in this month’s edition of QST NFL.  00 QST NFL January 2022
  • 2021 QST Article Index
    Gordon, KX4Z, took time to go back through all of this year’s QST NFL newsletters to create an index of the articles and which issue
  • NFL Section Featured in Monthly ARRL ARES Letter
    The ARRL ARES Letter is a monthly subscription email from ARRL HQ featuring ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service) related articles and news.  This month’s edition
  • Section Emergency Coordinator Transition
    After serving the Northern Florida Section since 2018, Karl Martin – K4HBN has stepped down from the position of Section Emergency Coordinator due to personal

General Interest Updates

  • ARRL Foundation to Create Club Grants Program
    A new ARRL Foundation Club Grants program, funded by a grant from Amateur Radio Digital Communications (ARDC), will make $500,000 available to radio clubs. The program will
  • ARRL Welcomes New Director of Emergency Management
    We welcome Josh Johnston, KE5MHV, into the role of Director of Emergency Management at ARRL HQ. Read more on the ARRL HQ website- http://www.arrl.org/news/view/arrl-welcomes-new-director-of-emergency-managementhttp://www.arrl.org/news/view/arrl-welcomes-new-director-of-emergency-management
  • ARRL Looking for Club News
    ARRL Club News is a new email newsletter for radio clubs to show how they are working in the community and the hobby to advance
  • AMSAT Volunteers Needed
    AMSAT is looking for volunteers. Keeping amateur radio in space is a team effort, and volunteers carry out all of the work. AMSAT seeks individuals