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ARES Net

April 13, 2023 @ 8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
8:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Thursday evenings at 8 PM (and any night at 8PM that we are within the 5-day cone of prediction of a tropical storm or hurricane) the Alachua County ARES(R) net is held on the 146.820 Repeater.   The net manager for this net is the Alachua County Emergency Coordinator, Jeff Capehart W4UFL.  Everyone is invited to attend; the net is usually very short, with some local information and a roll call of local participants followed by surrounding area participants.

The primary repeater utilized:
146.820 K4GNV (maintained by members of GARS)
Duplex:   (-)   (your transmit frequency on your radio will be 146.220)
Shift:       600kHz (standard)
Tone:      Not required, but 123 is typical for Alachua County repeaters

If you need help configuring your radio to work on this repeater, contact Jeff Capehart, Gordon Gibby, Leland Gallup, or any of our other members for help!