The SARC has sponsored the 146.910 repeater W6AK since 1961.
The 2 Meter repeater is located in the Sacramento downtown area and the 220 repeaters
is located close to Mather field. The repeaters are used as
the resource and coordination frequency to support the California Blood Bank System
and CalEMA (California Emergency Management Agency).
A unique net is conducted at 12 noon (local time), seven days a week on this repeater. It is called the "Sacramento Noon Net" and consists of representatives from federal, state, county, and city agencies, emergency and disaster relief organizations along with those hams interested in emergency communications. Roll is called by unit number and organization name so that any non-ham listening can appreciate the value of the net.
The Sacramento Area Emergency Net is conducted each monday evening at 2015 hours.
Visitor checkins are encourged on both nets
|146.910 MHz||-600 kHz||162.2 Hz||This machine is linked to K6JRB in Davis.|
|224.100 MHz||-1.6 MHz||100 Hz||This machine is not linked.|
|442.800 MHz||+5 MHz||100 Hz||Shutdown due to PAVEPAW interference problem|
Trustee for the repeaters is Tom Preston, KQ6EO