Nets & Repeaters
CARS Net is a social net which is held every Thursday night at 9:00pm on the 146.880 repeater. Any amateur radio
operator who is in the repeaters coverage area is encouraged to join the fun. The purpose of this net is to have
fun, but we also use it for passing NTS traffic from time to time. Depending on who Net Control is, we might even
do a little training exercise.
Preamble for the CARS net, remember this is only a guideline
Sunshine Net is a social net held every Sunday night at 9:00 PM on the 146.88 repeater. It replaces the Sunday
night Jackson County Public Service Net that was discontinued by Tim, WD8PMD.
CARS After Net Net is a social net which is held directly after the CARS Thursday Net on or about 28.415
Slow Scan Net is held every Wednesday evening at 7:00pm on simplex 146.490.
The Guard Rail Net is special, you must check in to find out more about it. If you don't hear any traffic by 6:45am
toss your call out, someone will be listening for sure. Also on the 146.880 repeater. This Net is up for re-naming.
Slow Speed CW Net is Sundays at 8:00 PM real CW on 28.100 Mhz.
Useful 146.88 Repeater Codes
Time - Key down and press 39 unkey and the repeater will provide the time.
Echo test (seven second audio test) - Key down and press 8* unkey and the repeater will tell you what to do.
Key pad test - Key down and press 5 then press any of the keypad keys then the repeater will respond with the
key(s) that you pressed.
51.620/51.120 - 100Hz., WD8PMD, Open Repeater
144.390 - 1200 Baud, Local APRS Frequency
145.050 - 1200 Baud, Local Packet Frequency
145.470/144.870 - 114.8Hz., KA8HDY, W8HVG linked repeater system
145.530 - 77Hz., WD8EEQ, Shuttle / NASA traffic retransmissions
146.880/146.280 - 100Hz., W8JXN, CARS Sponsored Repeater
147.360/147.960 - 100Hz., KA8HDY, Locally owned repeater
147.540 - 1200 Baud, K8SMC, DX Packet Node now called AR Node
443.175/448.175 - 77Hz., WD8EEQ, Open Repeater / Remote Base
444.175/449.175 - 100Hz., KA8YRL, Open Repeater / IRLP
444.175 Codes the IRLP Repeater
It is suggested by the control ops that you visit
www.irlp.net before using this system.
72 - Needs to be pushed first.
To fully connect in full duplex so the IRLP Decoder can hear
Now Enter a 4-Digit code
(Direct Node or Reflector) From the IRLP Web Site List.
Once the connection has been made...
71 -Can then be pushed
( For IRLP Receive Only ). This allows you to use the
repeater locally without going out over the IRLP.
73 -Is the IRLP EXIT Command
Which disconnects you from the Node or Reflector you
A user must be in the (72) mode which is (Full Duplex) in
order for the IRLP Decoder to respond to your touchtones!
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