Repeaters & Nets

Gateway ARC Repeaters
K4GAR in Cleveland, Georgia and serving Hams in NE Georgia and around the world.
2 Meter Repeater 146.910 MHz (-600)  PL tone 100.
70 cm Repeater 443.550 MHz ( +5 MHz) PL tone 123.
D-Star Repeater 440.5125 MHz ( +5 MHz) Reflector 30B
D-Star Data Link 1299.0MHz

Gateway ARC Nets
All Hams are invited to join the GARC Nets.

Sunday Night Net at 8:30 PM on 146.910 MHz (-600) PL tone 100 or
via our Echolink node at K4GAR-R

Call on the 2-meter repeater during training or digital nets for  information or assistance.    Below is a link to a list of nets which may be used  for weather, health and welfare, emergencies or training as well as our social net.

K4GAR NETS

Other North Georgia Nets and Repeaters

Sunday -8:30 PM GARC Net, 146.910 MHz (-600) PL tone 100
and via Echolink on K4GAR-R node 781118
Monday – 7:30 PM  Night D-Star Net on Reflector 30A (REF030A)
Monday – 7:30 PM Ellijay Amateur Radio Society, 145.170 (-600) PL 100
and via Echolink on W4HHH-R node
Monday – 8:00 PM Lumpkin / Dawson ARES net, 146.835 ( +600 ) PL 100
and via Echolink on N4KHQ-R node 137890
Monday – 8:00 PM Lawrenceville, 147.075 ( +600 ), PL 82.5
Monday – 8:00 PM Hartwell 2 Meter SSB & CW Net 144.210 USB.
Monday – 8:00 PM Cumming / Forsyth ARES net, 147.150 ( +600 ), PL 141.3
Tuesday – 7:30 PM NWGA Digital Net 3583 kHz USB
Tuesday – 9:00 PM Calhoun 146.745 ( 600 ) PL 100 and 443.675+ (PL 100)
and via Echolink on KI4LMA-L node 306589
Wednesday following monthly GARC club meeting  – 8:00 PM GARC PSK31 Digital Net near 8583 kHz ( see above for details )
Wednesday – 8:00 PM Gainesville ARES, 146.670 (-600), PL 131.8,
Tuesday/Thursday – 8 PM, Toccoa SCARS, 147.330 (+-600), PL 127.3

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