Sunday Night WINFRED ARES Net

Until further notice this net will be held on the K4USS Repeater instead of the SVARC 2 meter repeater. The K4USS repeater is at 145.39 MHz, uses a standard 600 kHz negative direction offset, and requires a CTCSS tone of 146.2 Hz for access. The last Sunday of the month remains a simplex net on 147.510 MHz.

The Winchester / Frederick County ARES group holds on-the-air nets each Sunday evening at 8:30 PM on the SVARC 2 Meter repeater, with the exception of the last Sunday of the month. On the last Sunday of the month, the net is held using FM simplex mode on 147.51 MHz.

Tuesday Night Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net

Until further notice, the Tuesday night Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net (SVEN) will be held on an alternate repeater. You will now find this net on the K4USS repeater at 145.39 MHz. This repeater uses as standard minus 600 kHz offset, and requires a CTCSS tone on 146.2 Hz to be accessed.

This the Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net (SVEN), which is our club’s weekly net held on our 146.820 MHz repeater. Club members are encouraged to check in. Net manager and often net control operator is Tony Amick, KM4HUE assisted and backed up by Audrey Strite, KN4CHI.

Sunday Night WINFRED ARES Net

Until further notice this net will be held on the K4USS Repeater instead of the SVARC 2 meter repeater. The K4USS repeater is at 145.39 MHz, uses a standard 600 kHz negative direction offset, and requires a CTCSS tone of 146.2 Hz for access. The last Sunday of the month remains a simplex net on 147.510 MHz.

The Winchester / Frederick County ARES group holds on-the-air nets each Sunday evening at 8:30 PM on the SVARC 2 Meter repeater, with the exception of the last Sunday of the month. On the last Sunday of the month, the net is held using FM simplex mode on 147.51 MHz.

Tuesday Night Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net

Until further notice, the Tuesday night Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net (SVEN) will be held on an alternate repeater. You will now find this net on the K4USS repeater at 145.39 MHz. This repeater uses as standard minus 600 kHz offset, and requires a CTCSS tone on 146.2 Hz to be accessed.

This the Shenandoah Valley Emergency Net (SVEN), which is our club’s weekly net held on our 146.820 MHz repeater. Club members are encouraged to check in. Net manager and often net control operator is Tony Amick, KM4HUE assisted and backed up by Audrey Strite, KN4CHI.

Sunday Night WINFRED ARES Net

Until further notice this net will be held on the K4USS Repeater instead of the SVARC 2 meter repeater. The K4USS repeater is at 145.39 MHz, uses a standard 600 kHz negative direction offset, and requires a CTCSS tone of 146.2 Hz for access. The last Sunday of the month remains a simplex net on 147.510 MHz.

The Winchester / Frederick County ARES group holds on-the-air nets each Sunday evening at 8:30 PM on the SVARC 2 Meter repeater, with the exception of the last Sunday of the month. On the last Sunday of the month, the net is held using FM simplex mode on 147.51 MHz.