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SKYWARN Net Operation

Primary operations on the K9BAR repeater system:


VHF 2-meters: 147.330 MHz, + 600 kHz offset, 107.2 Hz PL tone

UHF 70-centimeters: 443.525 MHz, +5 MHz offset, 114.8 Hz PL tone


These repeaters are cross-linked for transmit and receive operation.


Should it be necessary, access to an alternate repeater is provided by the Naperville EMA Amateur Radio Club, and can be reached at 443.050 MHz, +, 114.8 Hz PL tone.


 

You do not need to be a trained spotter to check into the net. The Net Control Operator will broadcast check-in and check-out procedures.

SKYWARN Net is held every first Thursday of the month beginning in October thru February, and every Thursday during the months of March thru September
at 8:30 PM, or immediately following the Weekly Information Net, on this K9BAR repeater.

 

Skywarn Net Control Operator: Greg - K9GLM

 



Training Events

 

All in-person training events have been canceled for the remainder of 2020 due to COVID-19.


Training

There are two ways to become a trained storm spotter:


1. Attend a NWS Spotter Training Class - Find A Class Near You

2. Complete online training - MetEd Online SKYWARN Spotter Training



You need to complete Spotter Training every two years to stay current. 

 

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