SAME Codes and Repeater Coverage
ANDERSON MOUNTAIN REPEATER: WX4BRW
Frequency: 444.075 MHz+OFF SET, PL tone 88.5 H Footprint
CROWDER’S MOUNTAIN REPEATER: WD4LCF & KD4FRP
Frequency: 145.450 MHz-OFF SET, No PL tone Footprint
MOUNT MITCHEL REPEATER
Frequency: 145.190 MHz – Minus offset no PL Tone
Linked during activation and nets
HICKORY, NC REPEATER: WA4DSZ
Frequency: 146.850 MHz-OFF SET No PL Tone
The Hickory repeater is only active during severe weather. It is not used for the nets.
Weekly VoIP SKYWARN and Hurricane Prep Net is held each Saturday evening at 8pm Eastern during hurricane season. Otherwise, it is on the 1st Saturday of each month. This net activates whenever tropical weather is posing a threat to the U.S. mainland. Currently, we are not connecting to the net by way of the repeaters.
Status: This feed may have prolonged periods of silence. There is nothing wrong with it. It is mainly active during severe weather events or for weekly nets on Saturdays.
During hurricanes, you can find the National Hurricane Center on the following frequencies.
Amateur Radio HF Frequencies – (single sideband mode)
20 meters : 14.325 MHz Hurricane Watch Net (Main frequency during hurricanes)
40 meters : 7.268 MHz Water Way Net (secondary frequency) Maritime Mobiles Net
80 meters : 3.815 MHz Caribbean Net, (alternates: 3.950 : North Florida / 3.940 South Florida)
Amateur Radio EchoLink / IRLP
EchoLink conference: “WX-TALK” node 7203
EchoLink alternate conference: “VKEMCOMM”
IRLP node 9219, alternate node: 9508 or 9123
Blue Ridge Coverage Map (in revision)
NWS coverage area and SAME codes
Click here for NWS data on NOAA Weather Radio and SAME codes.
Click here for NWS SAME codes for North Carolina NOAA Weather Radio.
Click here for NWS SAME codes for South Carolina NOAA Weather Radio.