IN CASE OF EMERGENCY

When the Repeater is Down

Should the repeater ever go down, do not use the input frequency. 146.700 MHz is the recommended simplex frequency for B.A.R.S. club members to use at this time. (B.A.R.S. Repeater Guidelines and Information)

Simplex Frequencies

Frequency
(MHz)
Band Description
146.520 2 Meters Simplex, National
147.420 2 Meters Simplex, National, American Red Cross
145.675 2 Meters Simplex, Louisville Area
145.500 2 Meters Simplex, Valley Station/PRP Area
446.000 70 Centimeters Simplex, National
445.000 70 Centimeters Simplex, Statewide Packet Radio Backbone
223.500 1.25 Meters Simplex, National
52.525 6 Meters Simplex, National
29.600 10 Meters Simplex, National
1294.500 23 Centimeters Simplex, National

A.R.E.S. and R.A.C.E.S.

Contact the A.R.E.S. and/or R.A.C.E.S. representative in your area.

SKYWARN® Emergency Net

During a SKYWARN® Emergency Net, check in only if asked to do so by the Net Control Station. The Net Control Station will be using the callsign WX4NWS. Please consult the SKYWARN® Emergency Net information page to verify your qualifications before participating in the net during an emergency.