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Frequencies used by Ocean County ARES

PRIMARY
SOUTH REPEATER: 146.700 MHz output, 146.100 MHz input, PL of 192.8, N2NF Repeater located in Tuckerton. Also, stand alone C4FM mode (DN and VW).


NORTH REPEATER: 449.825 MHz output, 444.825 MHz input, PL of 131.8, WA2RES Repeater located in Toms River. Also, stand alone C4FM mode (DN and VW).

 

FM SIMPLEX: 146.550 MHz, FM

 

HF: 3.970.00 MHz, LSB and 7.230.00 MHz LSB


WL2K: WINLINK RMS Packet (Emergency Communications Mode), 145.010 MHz Simplex, WX2NJ-10 (Bayville).


D-STAR:  445.36875 MHz output, 440.36875 MHz input, WA2RES B in Berkeley. Non linked.

 

C4FM (Fusion): 445.36875 MHz output, 440.36875 MHz input, WA2RES/R in Harvey Cedars. Linked to SNJ SCERN via Internet Gateway (DN mode only).

SECONDARY

SOUTH REPEATER: 146.835 MHz output, 146.235 MHz input, PL of 127.3, N2OO Repeater located in Manahawkin.

 

NORTH REPEATER: 145.170 MHz output, 144.570 MHz input, PL of 131.8, WA2RES Repeater located in Manchester.

 

SHORE REPEATER: 445.36875 MHz output, 440.36875 MHz input, PL of 131.8, WA2RES/R in Harvey Cedars. No link to Internet when in FM mode.


APRS SIMPLEX: 144.390 MHz. Digipeaters BARNGT located in Barnegat and TOMRVR located in Toms River, both WA2RES.


FM SIMPLEX: 145.555 MHz, FM

 

HF: 3.996.50 MHz, LSB

 

Training Nets

The Ocean County ARES conducts training nets every Wednesday Evening at 8:30 PM local time. The schedule is as follows:


Each Wednesday at 8:30 PM EST. 449.825 MHz, WA2RES/R. Periodically, N2NF and N2OO repeaters are worked into the schedule.


You need not be a member to participate in a training net.