Superstition ARC Repeaters

147.120 (+) 162.2 - Usery *
448.275 (-) 100.0 - Usery
449.600 (-) 100.0 - East Mesa *
KB7KWK-L Echolink *

* - Linked full time

[ Superstition ARC Club Nets on 147.120 - 449.600 Repeaters ]

Morning Drive Time Net:
M - F 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

City of Mesa CERT Team Monthly Net:
First Tuesday of Each Month at 7:00 PM
Bryan Hubbard, KF7DPC, will be the Net Control.
This NET is open to all amateurs who are interested in CERT. Feel free to check in if you are interested in becoming active in CERT. Feel free to use 448.275 repeater while the Mesa CERT NET is active....

Weekly 6 Meter Sideband Net:
Wednesday at 7:00 pm on 50.140
It is also available on the W7ASL-L EchoLink and 145.575 Simplex
Net Control is John - KD8PC

Weekly Club Business Net:
Wednesday at 8:00 PM Includes Club Announcements, QST's, Elmer Q n A's, and Amateur Radio News Line.
Net control is: John - KD8PC

Superstition Mesh Net:
Thursday at 6:30 PM. The purpose of this net is to get more people interested in and to educate people on what the mesh system is and what we as Amateur Radio Operators can do with our growing in size Mesh Network....
Net control is: Steve - KB7KWK

East Valley Swap Net:
Thursday at 7:30 PM Buy, Sell, Trade amateur radio gear and related accessories.
Net control is: JD - KF7VOX

Ten Meter Net:
Thursday at 8:00 PM on 28.465 MHz Upper Sideband.
Net control is: Jeff - N7JJK

National History Net:
Thursday at 8:30 PM Featuring American history with a touch of current events.
Net control is: JD - KF7VOX

[ Contact information for the Net Control Committee Chair ]

Net Control Committee Chair:

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Superstition ARC Repeater Notes!

[ News From The Tech Committee ]

On Saturday March 18th the Tech committee took advantage of the cooler weather. We went out to the Stone Castle site and lowered the tower down with help from Brian KG7SGO from Apache Sands Service Center and one of his tow trucks. We took apart the antenna and inspected it for any problems then reassembled it and. all looked good. Dan W7TWR, inspected the tower itself and found it to be just fine. Then with Dan’s guidance we removed the old coax and hard-line and replaced it with new hard line from the antenna all the way to inside the Stone Castle. With help from Andy KD4ABB, we replaced and installed two new ground wires from the antenna to the base of the building. We also began work on making it easier in the future to work on the antenna without having to lower the tower down. Thanks to Larry AB7C for taking the rotor plate to his home machine shop and cutting the hole in the bottom. In the future we will be able to lower the antenna through this hole and down the tower. We do still have some work to do there however. Thanks to Dan W7TWR, Larry AB7C, Neal K9ZSR, Andy KD4ABB, Dale N7QJK, Steve KB7KWK, and Mike K7URK for your help with this project…

  (Last updated 3-28-2017)

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[ Important Repeater Link Usage and Information ]

This is a semi-duplex and requires the calling station to key up and pause for a second or two before making your transmission. This will give the system the necessary time to open up the link between the 147.120 and the 449.600 Repeaters. Also before keying up please wait for the links to drop other wise the stays open and you will not be heard on both repeaters.

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