Frequency            Tone                        Call                                    Notes           

147.330                  173.8                      KC5ZJY                        Used for nets, daily use, Echolink

147.375                   173.8                      KC5ZJY                        Daily use

443.300                 173.8                      KC5ZJY                                   

144.390                   —                                                               APRS           

53.230                  173.8                      KD5DFL                        6m, Group meets at 5am daily

DSTAR

145.150                 173.8                      KC5ZJY                         DStar with Open Gateway

145.210                 173.8                      KF5PIE                          DStar linked to Reflector 48B

OTHER REPEATERS

444.975               173.8                      KC5ZJY                        La. Link System

145.470               173.8                       KC5ZJY                       Salt Grass System

147.105                103.5                       KE5KT                          Pineville

Our Nets

ARES/RACES TRAINING NET

U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Adrey Garret uses a ham radio at Williams Air Operating Facility during the 1956 winter. Ham radio was the only means of voice communication with friends and family back in the U.S. for navy personnel living and working in Antarctica. (Public Domain Photo)

U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Adrey Garret uses a ham radio at Williams Air Operating Facility during the 1956 winter. Ham radio was the only means of voice communication with friends and family back in the U.S. for navy personnel living and working in Antarctica. (Public Domain Photo)

  • Sundays 8:15 pm
  • 147.330     +173.8

PRAYER NET

  • Immediately following the ARES/RACES Training Net on Sundays
  • Check in with or without prayer requests

TECH NET

  • Friday Nights 8 pm
  • 444.975     +173.8
  • Good technical info