Local Nets

Located near the Georgia and North Carolina borders, Bradley county is in VHF range of a number of EOCs and well situated repeaters throughout the tri-state area.

This is not an exhaustive list, so please contact webmaster@carc.cc if you see a net that needs to be added or removed.

Emergency Services Net

Bradley County Emergency Services NET The Bradley County Emergency Services Net is held every Monday night at 8:00 PM local time.  The primary repeater for the NET is the W4GZX 146.925 repeater with a – offset and Tone of 114.8.  The secondary repeater is the KA4ELN 147.375 repeater with a + offset and Tone of 123.  …

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Slow Speed CW Net

The Cleveland Amateur Radio Club membership is pleased to announce the activation of the Cleveland Amateur Radio Club Slow Speed CW Net (CARC SSCW). This net is specialized for the learning and advancement of Morse Code procedures and practices. The net will be held the 1st, 2nd and 4th Thursday nights of every month at …

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STAR Net

The Southeast Tennessee Amateur Radio net is the longest running VHF net in the tri-state area. Although the net was originally intended  for the Cleveland club members to keep up with each other between meetings, it has since grown to cover several counties. When the tropo conditions are right, we’ve even gotten check-ins from Alabama, …

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Chattanooga ARC Net

Our sister club in Chattanooga holds a club net on Sunday nights at 9:00 PM local (Eastern) time on the K4VCM repeater at 146.790MHz with a negative (-) offset and no PL tone.

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