Jennings County Amateur Radio Association Inc.
/ KC9PIE 145.250 N9JWR 443.025 REPEATERS
N9JWR 443.025 Edinburg Indiana
N9JWR 443.025 Edinburg Indiana
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Ever wonder what your station sounds like to everyone else? Curious as to your Audio quality into the repeaters? Wonder no more, You now can check your audio and signal on either repeater by following these easy steps:
Push your PT button and enter 999 on keypad and unkey.
Repeater will respond with "ready"
After you hear the 'Ready" confirmation key your radio and make a voice transmission, then unkey the radio.
That transmission will be played back and then erased.
Similar to the 'Parrot" feature on DMR, DTMF 999 allows our users to check their audio and signal quality into the system.
Freetown update : The former 147.435 Freetown Ind. Skywarn link will no longer be supported by the ICE group. JCARA will be assuming operation of the Freetown SKYWARN link in the future.
10/20/19 The Freetown site assesment was completed. Indy link antenna was installed. Primary transmit antenna and feedline will require complete overhaul to complete the project. This will occur as funding becomes available.
11/19/2021 Freetown site will be online in the spring of 2022 ! Our most sincere thanks to Kenny Freeman, Jennings County Sheriff, Jerry Shepherd, Jennngs County County EMA Director and Toyota Materials Handling USA. With their assistance and financial contributions the 444.150 repeater has become a reality.
An announcement will be made when the system is in operation. email questions to email@example.com
Our weekly net is held every Tuesday evening at 7:30p.m. est.
Business meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Jennings County EMA training Center 1001 Rodgers Park Dr. North Vernon
Our Repeaters are located at 400 ft on the WWWY 106.1 F.M. tower in Scipio Indiana. Courtesy Of the White River Broadcasting Company.
Motorola MTR 2000 100 watt 2 Meter on 145.250 mhz No PL tone.
Motorola MTR 2000 100 watt 70cm on 442.975 mhz with PL tone 103.5
Edinburg Site: Motorola MTR 2000 100 watt 70 cm on 443.025 mhz with PL tone 103.5
Scipio Link Radio Kenwood TMV 700A Capable of linking the 442.975 to several area repeaters as well as Central Indiana Skywarn Network
Our Repeaters are available for all to use and enjoy ! However during Central Indiana Skywarn Events, The 442.975 will be dedicated to National Weather Service Net Control Operations located at the NWS in Indianapolis.
You are able to monitor severe weather reports from the entire Central Indiana Skywarn System in real time on 442.975 mhz with a pl of 103.5.
During severe weather, this frequency is ONLY for Central Indiana Service Area County Nets to report back to the Central Indiana Skywarn net control.
Please do not make INDIVIDUAL reports to the National Weather Service on 442.975. The Central Indiana Skywarn Team stays very busy during weather events, and taking non life threatening individual reports consumes their resources needlessly.
Those INDIVIDUAL reports should go through your local County Skywarn Net or 145.250.
If you are not sure if your county is served by Central Indiana Skywarn, please refer to their service area map Central Indiana Skywarn Service Area
Of course, in the event of a life-threatening situation, which requires the immediate attention of the National Weather Service, the 442.975 is your direct link to them.
The Jennings County Skywarn Net will be operated on the 145.250 no PL repeater, and will be available to pass traffic to the State Net when requested.
Thanks to the generosity of Christopher KC9TKJ, Lou, N7BBW and Bill, KC9TQN from Clark County,These fine gentlemen exhibit the TRUE spirit of Amateur Radio!
A huge Thank You to all of our members, Supporters,Jennings County EMA, Indiana DHS, The Cardinal-Ehrler Fund, and the Scipio Fire Department for their generous support of Amateur Radio in Jennings County
Kroger will donate a percentage of your purchases to JCARA
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Diamond X 50 at 425 feet
For details on how you can help us provide wide area communications coverage to South Central Indiana
Please Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or if you’d like to participate.
Any questions with regards to the Jennings County ARA or Amateur Radio in general should be directed to email@example.com