Welcome to our repeaters where we welcome new Amateur Radio operators as well as our regular users.
Currently we have Five repeaters: (Four are coordinated with NARCC with one repeater in pending status.)
- W6KRK-VHF located in North San Benito County. This repeater can be accessed as follows: Freq: 145.11 MHZ, Offset: (-) 600 KHZ, PL: 94.8 HZ. Normal coverage area: Hollister, Gilroy, Morgan Hill, Prunedale.
- K7DAA-UHF located at a 2200 foot elevation above Anderson Reservoir near the City of Morgan Hill, Ca. Freq: 442.975 MHZ, Offset: (+) 5.00 MHZ, PL: 100 HZ. This is a wide area repeater with coverage SOUTH to Monterey and NORTH to South San Francisco. Please enjoy our friendly NET every Wednesday night beginning at 9:00 PM.The first Wednesday is our TECH NIGHT where you are encouraged to ask an Amateur Radio related questions and we will do our best to give you an answer. Dave Andrus, K7DAA, is the host of this evenings session. Visit our site at www.AfterTheNet.net for follow-up articles related to our Tech-Night discussions.
- K7DAA-VHF located at a 935 foot elevation near the right side of the Anderson Reservoir Dam. Freq: 147.33 MHZ, Offset: (+) 600 KHZ, PL: 103.5 HZ. Coverage is more local to Morgan Hill, San Martin and Gilroy.
- W6KRK-UHF is a high level UHF repeater located on Call Mountain Lookout in southern San Benito County, at a 3,888 foot elevation. Freq: 442.85 MHZ, Offset (+) 5.0 MHZ, PL: 100 HZ, CTCSS Wide area coverage to the NORTH is into south San Jose near HWY 85 at Cottle Rd (with spotty coverage through Silicon Valley) WEST through Santa Cruz, Monterey, SOUTH to King City with Fresno to the EAST. When linked with the AI6RW repeater in San Jose, coverage extends to Livermore, Fremont, Alameda, Palo Alto, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, Cupertino, Saratoga, Los Gatos areas.
- AI6RW – VHF is a low level VHF repeater located near Lawrence Expressway / Bollinger Road in San Jose. This repeater is functioning in limited access during coordination with NARCC. As this process is concluded, I will post the access information. After coordination with NARCC is complete, this repeater will be linked full time with the W6KRK-UHF repeater.
Contact for W6KRK, Jack Kirk Sr, Repeater Trustee / Manager, cell / text: 831-637-0344, email: Jack@JackKirk.com
Have you ever wondered what to do after you earned your HAM License? Try these two options:
- “Ask for some help” by emailing to: firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our friendly “Elmers” will contact you to answer your questions and offer you some help. The Amateur Radio “Elmers” are experienced radio operators that are willing to help new HAM’s enjoy their new hobby.
- Please join us at our Ham Fun Night hosted every third Thursday from 7:00 to about 8:30 PM. We cover many HF topics and other fun HAM related topics from digital modes to portable operation, solar power systems. This night is gauged to new HAMS as well as those with years of experience. Let me know if you want to receive announcements via our “HF Night POD” or email. Call or email Jack Kirk Sr for meeting location.