W4WC AJARC Club Information
Monday night 9 PM net is simulcast on the full time linked 145.390 88.5, 443.575 100.0, and 53.290 100.0 repeaters.
AJARC is a 501(c) registered organization. All donations are tax deductible. AJARC also participates in Amazon SMILE where Amazon will donate to AJARC if you purchase through the SMILE link. https://smile.amazon.com/ch/58-1505966
Are you a new Technician and learning about repeaters? Please read this page! https://ajarc.org/operating-on-ham-repeaters/
Live Snapshot Feed from W4WC Repeater Site
From Camp Creek Bald Fire Tower
12 miles South of Greeneville TN
On Sunday, Jan 26 KE4EAC, KE4JFL, KN4JSF, and N4FV replaced the microwave dish. Internet service was restored and we are now uploading again.
On Friday, Aug 24, 2018, a drone visited the fire tower. Video is at this link.
Club Meeting Information
THE AJARC MONTHLY MEETING WILL WILL BE HELD AT 7PM ON July 6th at HARDIN PARK ROTARY PAVILION.
VEC Testing has resumed. Watch announcements for test sessions given in our area.
The Andrew Johnson Amateur Radio Club meets at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of each month. At this time meetings are being held at Hardin Park or other announced locations.
FIELD DAY Saturday and Sunday June 26-27th at Kinser Park Pavilion #3. Setup begins around 8 am Saturday morning with tear down starting shortly after Noon on Sunday. The public is invited to attend. Meals will be served. This will be a continuous 24 hour operation and operators that are night owls are encouraged to show up.
Please read the announcements page for the latest news or changes to the meeting schedule. AJARC thanks all attendees of the Greeneville Hamfest .
AJARC operates 3 repeaters from the USFS fire tower on Camp Creek Bald Mountain 12 miles South of Greeneville. The public is welcome to visit when members are at the site operating in radio contests or performing maintenance on equipment. Contact us for more information on when the tower might be open.
-600 kHz Tone 88.5
+5 MHz Tone 100.0
-1 MHz Tone 100.0
All three repeaters are linked together and whatever is transmitted on one repeater is rebroadcast on the other. At this time we are revamping the courtesy tones to indicate what repeater a user is on. Some users will find UHF penetrates buildings much better than VHF.
Greeneville / Greene County Monday Net meets each Monday night @ 9:PM on 145.390, 443.575, and 53.290
Other Club Affiliated Repeaters
+.600 88.5 Tone (Backup Repeater for 145.390 if it has issues)
linked to N4CAG full time.
+5 Mhz 100.0 Tone
Tone Linked to N4FV full time.
+5 Mhz 100.0 Tone
Located on West Barton Ridge Rd in Greeneville and provides excellent coverage for low power HT’s within the city limits.