The Nixa Amateur Radio Club, Inc. (K0NXA) is a Special Services Club recognized by the ARRL, a Not-for-Profit Incorporation recognized by the State of Missouri and a 501(c)3 organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
The club became on official entity on December 3, 2001 and holds monthly club meetings on the 2nd Saturday of each month at the Nixa Fire Station located at 711 N Main St. in Nixa at the local Fire Station at 6:00 p.m.
The club also holds monthly VE testing sessions at the same location before the meeting most months at 4:30 p.m. at the Fire Station.
The club participates in annual Field Day exercises, holds an annual Club Picnic, has participated in the Nixa Sucker Days with a Special Event Station, operated a Contest Team winning the Missouri QSO party, and focuses on providing communications for public service events working hand in hand with local non-amateur entities during bicycle rides as well as working with other amateur radio ARES groups and clubs during these events.
The club has a weekly net on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and you can check in on any of the club’s repeaters which are linked together from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. each Thursday evening.
Below is a comprehensive list of all repeaters owned and operated by the Nixa Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Maintaining this extensive list of repeaters can be expensive at times. Your club membership and donations greatly help to keep these repeaters available for use in the region and is appreciated!
|53.270||–||51.570||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Republic|
|51.570||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Branson West|
|51.570||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Cedar Springs|
|51.570||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Granby|
|51.570||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Strafford|
|145.270||–||144.670||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Nixa|
|224.280||–||222.680||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Clever|
|442.425||+||447.425||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Clever|
|146.655||–||146.055||91.5 Hz||91.5 Hz||Branson|
|146.820||–||146.220||110.9 Hz||110.9 Hz||Rolla|
|146.985||–||146.385||110.9 Hz||110.9 Hz||Willow Springs|
|147.015||+||147.615||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||NE Springfield|
|442.150||+||447.150||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Crane|
|444.775||+||449.775||110.9 Hz||110.9 Hz||Bendavis|
|444.975||+||449.975||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Stockton Lake|
|927.0125||–||902.0125||162.2 Hz||162.2 Hz||Springfield|
|145.470||–||144.870||CC 12||CC 12||Conway|
|146.670||–||146.070||CC 12||CC 12||Willow Springs|
|146.775||–||146.175||CC 5||CC 5||Ozark|
|443.400||+||448.400||CC 5||CC 5||Springfield|
|444.450||+||449.450||CC 5||CC 5||Branson|
|146.685||–||146.085||CC 5||CC 5||DMR|
|146.685||–||146.085||RAN 42||RAN 42||NXDN / NexEdge|
|146.685||–||146.085||NAC 656||NAC 656||P-25|
|146.595||–||145.995||71.9 Hz||71.9 Hz||Trailer – Multi-use|
For more information about the Nixa Amateur Radio club, visit their website http://www.nixahams.net
You can also find them on Facebook by searching for “Nixahams”
To sign up for the club’s email reflector, visit http://groups.io/g/nixahams to stay up to date on club information as well as other regional amateur radio events, find answers to your amateur radio questions, or buy, sell and trade amateur radio gear.