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
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 http://www.smlrs.info 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 email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
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.