Check into the weekly JCARC/ARES/RACES net on Tuesdays at 1900 hours on the N7UTB repeater. The N7UTB repeater
is on 145.15MHz, requires a -.60MHz offset and a 114.8 Hz tone. In the event of an emergency, meet on the N7UTB
repeater for further instructions. If the repeater is not on the air, operate in simplex mode (without offset or tone)
on 146.460MHz until there is indication that the N7UTB repeater is back on the air. Some of the Mobile teams are capable
of setting up an emergency cross band repeater that would duplicate the 145.15MHz repeater if the need requires. If that
is being done, it will be announced.
If there is heavy traffic on the 145.15MHz repeater (or its simplex 146.460MHz substitute), use it as a call frequency
and set up simplex links on other frequencies if you anticipate heavy point to point traffic.
Other VHF repeaters which can be reached from the EOC are;
K7PF Green Mountain 146.880MHz (no tone)
WA7NAN Mt. Erie 145.250MHz tone 127.3Hz
N7HOL Lyman Hill 145.190MHz tone 127.3Hz
WF7W 145.130MHz tone 100.0Hz
All the above have a -.60MHz offset. Note: the EOC may not be monitoring these, so don't use them to call the EOC unless so advised.
UHF repeaters which can be reached from the EOC are;
K7CHV Mt. Blyn 442.425MHz tone 103.5Hz
W7UMH 442.000MHz tone 103.5Hz
All the above have a +.50MHz offset. Note: The EOC may not be monitoring these, so don't use them to call the EOC unless so advised