GARS Repeater Systems
Skywarn and Gwinnett ARES Primary, also see user functions and details below
600 kilohertz offset
|147.255 +||107.2||Snellville||600 kilohertz offset|
|444.525 + YSF||82.5||Snellville||5 megahertz offset|
|442.100 +||100.0||Norcross||5 megahertz offset|
|442.325 +||100.0||Buford||5 megahertz offset|
|53.110 –||Snellville||1 megahertz offset|
|224.580 –||100.0||Grayson||1.6 megahertz offset|
144.390 APRS digi Bogan
145.590 ka-packet node LAWGA, digi LAW in Lawrenceville
145.590 ka-packet node SNLGA, digi SNL in Snellville
145.590 packet node BUFGA, digi BUF in Buford
145.590 packet node TUGGA, digi TUG in Buford
The 147.075 repeater is GARS primary repeater and is the primary local repeater for ARES and Skywarn operations.
Echolink enabled as W4GR-R.
Remote receivers in:
The controller is a Link-comm DSP-404 4 port controller. We have a 8 port voter by LDG with 4 links at this time. The receiver and transmitter are from a Kendacomp Mark IV repeater.
147.075 User Commands
The DSP-404 controller has functions you can use with your DTMF pad on your Radio:
* Transmit 5a600 and the repeater will give you the time.
* Transmit 5a601 and the repeater will give you the date.
* To hear yourself on the 2 meter repeater, you can transmit 5a602, unkey, and then key, speak, and unkey. When you unkey, you will hear yourself played back over the repeater.
444.525 Repeater in Snellville
Echolink W4GR-R node 405614
Type in the node number and it will tell you if it will connect you to that station.
Please use the test server to adjust your audio on your PC before connecting to the repeater.
Please read the help files on the Echolink web page and adjust your audio with the test server before you log on to GARS.
If the first # sign does not disconnect you from the repeater you are connected to, hold it for 1 second.
EchoLink instructions and download found at http://www.echolink.org/
Please wait for courtesy beep before transmitting. When all four ports are linked please wait for the single beep or the squelch to drop.
# will disconnect you from the station you are connected to.
##D will disconnect the echolink link from the controller.
##A will connect the controller to the Echolink computer.
#### will disconnect all stations
If you encounter trouble, please drop an email to the.
“> repeater group.
list of Repeaters in Atlanta area. These are from the Gwinnett ARES web page.
|Gwinnett ARES Frequencies||
|Primary VHF Repeater (W4GR)||147.075+||PL 82.5||ED|
|VHF Repeater (W4GR)||147.255+||PL 107.2||ED|
|UHF Repeater (W4GR)||442.100+||PL 100.0||ED|
|UHF Repeater (W4GR)||444.525+||PL 82.5||ED|
|UHF Repeater (W4GR)||442.325+||PL 100||ED|
|VHF Repeater (W4GR)||224.580 -1.6mhz||PL 100||ED|
|UHF Repeater (WA4ZXV)||442.400+||PL 100.0||ED|
|Portable VHF Repeater (W4GR)||147.045-||PL 82.5||ED|
|Portable UHF Repeater (WX4NET)||440.800+||PL 100.0||ED|
|ARES VHF Simplex 1 (General Use)||146.505||Simplex|
|ARES VHF Simplex 2 (Local talkaround)||147.555||Simplex|
|ARES UHF Simplex 1||446.100||Simplex|
|ARES UHF Simplex 2||446.175||Simplex|
* Enc/Dec – E indicates PL encode is required for access. D indicates that the repeater transmits tone and Tone Squelch may be used.
Frequencies utilized by nearby counties are listed below. They are useful in supporting activities in those areas and in an event covering a wider geographical area.
|Area ARES Frequencies||Freq||Notes||Enc/Dec*|
|Metro Atlanta Skywarn (W4DOC)||146.820-||PL 146.2||ED|
|Metro Atlanta ARES Net (WX4NWS)||145.430-||PL 107.2||ED|
|DeKalb County ARES (W4BOC)||145.450-||PL 107.2||E|
|North Fulton County ARES (N4CLA)||147.060+||PL 100.0||E|
|Walton County ARES (WE4RC)||442.050+||PL 77.0||ED|
|Hall County ARES (W4ABP)||146.670-||PL 131.8||ED|
|Newton County ARES (WA4ASI)||146.925-||PL 88.5||ED|
|Rockdale County ARES (KF4GHF)||147.210+||PL 162.2||ED|
|Clarke County ARES (KD4QHB)||146.745-||PL 123.0||E|
|Forsyth County ARES (WB4GQX)||147.150+||141.3||E|
|Jackson County ARES (NE4GA)||147.225+||PL 123.0||E|
|N. Fulton County ARES (N4CLA)||147.060+||PL 100.0||E|