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Hancock County A.R.E.S.

ARRL District 1 DEC - Justin Shaw (W8LPN)
ARRL Hancock County EC - Levi Anderson (KD8SKZ)


The following simplex frequencies were put in place by the WV ARES District 1 DEC to provide interopability in the district. We encourage any amateurs in this district to please program these frequencies into your radios and monitor them regularly. Our club uses these during special event operations for public service.

ARES 1              ARES 2              ARES 3               ARES 4
147.510 MHz     146.400 MHz      146.415 MHz      146.430 MHz     
71.9 PL              71.9 PL               71.9 PL               71.9 PL             
Mode: FM           Mode: FM           Mode: FM           Mode: FM          

ARES 5              ARES 6              ARES 7               ARES 8
445.500 MHz     445.750 MHz      446.250 MHz      446.500 MHz     
71.9 PL              71.9 PL               71.9 PL               71.9 PL             
Mode: FM           Mode: FM           Mode: FM           Mode: FM          

TAC 1                TAC 2                 TAC 3                   TAC 4
147.525 MHz     147.420 MHz      446.750 MHz       446.500 MHz
TS 1                   TS 1                   TS 1                     TS 1
CC 1                   CC 1                  CC 1                    CC 1
TG 99                 TG 99                 TG 99                  TG 99
Mode: DMR        Mode: DMR       Mode: DMR         Mode: DMR

Hancock Auxcomm Team ARES Net
Thursdays at 7:30 PM
W8LPN Repeater 442.300 MHz +5 MHz Input 162.2 Hz CTCSS
Alternate Frequency (ARES 1) Simplex 147.510 MHz 71.9 Hz CTCSS
Please join us.


     The last Thursday Net of each month is designated as Emergency Power/Simplex Night. The net will be held on the ARES-1 Simplex Frequency (147.510 MHz 71.9 Hz CTCSS). All amateurs are encouraged to check into the net and indicate if they are on emergency or commercial power. All those that can use emergency power are encouraged to do so, but all stations are welcome. Additional time will be provided during the net for stations who wish to conduct tests using alternative power sources or antennas.

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