Re: 8 pm net transcription


W7ABD
 

Hi Paul,

Welcome to SnoVARC!

Check out SnoVARC's website at: http://snovarc.org/

We have two weekly nets as well as the KBARA Net and a morning ragchew daily.

The nets are on Thursdays of each month, except for the first Thursday of the month (which is our club meeting)

The New HAM Net starts at 19:00 (7pm) and goes typically until 20:00 (8pm)
The SnoVARC Member Net starts at 20:00 (8pm) and goes typically until 20:30 (8:30pm).

The morning KBARA net start at 07:00 {7am) and goes to 08:05 (8:05am).
The morning ragchew net starts at 08:15 (8:15am) and goes to 09:00 (9am).


SnoVARC has two repeaters and two crossbands.

The primary "Cougar" repeater is located on Cougar Mountain.
Frequency: 441.825 Mhz with Positive Shift of 5.000 Mhz and PL Tone of 103.5

The secondary "Bell" repeater is located 6 miles east of Duvall.
Frequency: 443.250 Mhz with Positive Shift of 5.000 Mhz and PL Tone of 103.5

The Carnation Crossband is located on the eastern ridge of the Snoqualmie Valley above Carnation.
Frequency: 145.590 Mhz with No Shift and PL Tone of 162.2

The Big Rock Crossband is located approximately 1 mile east of Duvall.
Frequency: 145.750 Mhz with No Shift and PL Tone of 103.5

Both of the crossbands link to the secondary Bell Repeater.

Jim
W7ABD



On 2/8/20 15:16, Paul Zoba wrote:
Hi, I am new to Snovarc. Joined in December but just heard about this bulletin board. When are these nets and which repeater? Thanks - Paul

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