Nixa Amateur Radio Club (N.A.R.C. ) Check-in Net

The Nixa Amateur Radio Club will have a net, known as “The N.A.R.C. Net”.  The N.A.R.C. Net is a general check-in net.

The net is also heard locally on the following repeaters that are linked together as part of the Nixa Amateur Radio Club’s Multi-Band Linked Repeater System.  All have a standard offset and a PL of 162.2 Hz.

145.270 –                              Nixa
442.425+                             Clever
224.280-                              Clever
53.270- (-1.7 MHz)           Republic

In addition, you can check into the net via the following repeaters on the Southwest Missouri Linked Repeater System (SMLRS).  For more information on the SMLRS, visit for coverage maps and site pictures!

145.390-               Granby                                 PL 91.5 Hz
145.450-               Nevada                                 PL 91.5 Hz
146.655-               Branson                               PL 91.5 Hz

146.820 –             Rolla                                      PL 110.9 Hz

146.985 –              Willow Springs                  PL 110.9 Hz

147.015 +             Springfield East                 PL 162.2 Hz

147.075 +             Warsaw                                PL 127.3 Hz

442.150 +             Crane                                    PL 162.2 Hz

444.775 +             Bendavis                             PL 110.9 Hz

444.975 +            Stockton Lake                    PL 162.2 Hz

** NOTE:  To use EchoLink, you be approved by Nixa ARC club officers.  To request access, email and

The net will be held EVERY Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The net will begin with a request for any emergency traffic to call now, followed by a short Preamble. The net control operators will rotate among a list of interested people. There will be a primary and a secondary operator assigned each week in case of an emergency or unforeseen event that the primary operator is not able to run the net.

%d bloggers like this: