W4GZX Repeaters – Local
The Cleveland ARC W4GZX local repeaters are frequency coordinated through the Southeastern Repeater Association (SERA) and may be operated under club policies and the rules and regulations of the Federal Communications Commission. Our local repeaters are located at the Cleveland ARC clubhouse at 560 Johnson Blvd in Cleveland, TN.
Two Meter / VHF Band / Local
Our 2-meter local repeater is a Motorola Quantar and transmits at 146.925MHz with a negative input offset (146.325MHz) and a subaudible tone of 114.8Hz. The repeater is linked to the KA4ELN repeater located on Bean Mountain in Benton, TN. This repeater is used weekly for the Bradley County Auxiliary Communications Service / Amateur Radio Emergency Services net which is conducted on Monday nights at 8:00 pm.
70-Centimeter / UHF Band / Local
Our 70-centimeter repeater is a Yaesu System Fusion Repeater operating in Automatic Mode Select (AMS) allowing for FM analog and C4FM digital Fusion operation. It transmits at 444.275MHz with a positive input offset (449.275MHz) and a subaudible tone of 114.8Hz.