Nets and Operating

At this writing, the RMG net begins on 144.150 MHz at 2100L on Sunday evenings. As the formal net concludes, those on frequency are encouraged to move up through higher frequency bands as their schedule (e.g., work the next day), propagation and conditions permit.

The RMG net should be as much an activity night as it is a formal net, within constraints of personal scheduling.

Note: On those Sundays coinciding with contests which end at 2200L, nets will be held one hour later than usual.

900 MHz Repeater Information

All repeaters use the same PL for transmit and receive. All repeaters use -25 MHz split (input on 927 MHz output on 902 MHz)

Simplex frequencies: 927.500/151.4    927.600/151.4

Frequency

Tone

Location

927.0125

225.7

North Austin    (K5TRA repeater,  RF linked)

927.025

D532

Belton   (WD5EMS repeater,  RF linked)

927.0375

141.3

Canyon Lake   (K5TRA repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.0375

141.3

Troy   (WD4IFU repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.05

110.9

Round Rock   (WD5EMS repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.0625

203.5

Georgetown   (K5TRA repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.0625

203.5

Katy   (N5TM repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.075

218.1

San Antonio    (K5TRA repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.075

218.1

K5TRA home repeater  (Allstar linked)

927.075

218.1

Lampasas   (WD5EMS repeater,  RF linked)

927.0875

151.4

Bee Caves    (K5TRA repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.1125

D432

South Austin   (K5TRA repeater,  RF linked)

927.125

103.5

Lago Vista   (K5TRA repeater,  RF linked)

927.1625

151.4

La Grange   (K5TRA repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.175

123

NW Austin   (KD5EUO repeater,  Allstar linked)

927.1875

151.4

K5TRA portable repeater