The Salt Lake Crossroads Amateur Radio Club was formed February 1, 2014 to promote the enjoyment of the hobby of amateur radio and to support emergency and disaster communications within communities of and around Salt Lake City, Utah. We partner with Salt Lake City Emergency Management to develop ham communications in coordination with the S.A.F.E. Neighborhoods plan (www.safeutah.org). Anyone interested in amateur radio communications, whether licensed or not, who resides in Salt Lake City or the surrounding areas is welcome to apply for membership.
Net Frequencies Dates and Times
We will be using simplex and repeater during our Communications Nets on a somewhat alternating, scheduled basis.
- On 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursdays, 9:00 pm
- 147.50 MHz simplex
- On 2nd and 4th Thursdays, 9:00 pm
- 448.525 MHz, minus 5MHz offset, tone 100
Notice that the simplex frequency starts with an odd number and will be the frequency for nets on the “odd” Thursdays. Conversely, the repeater frequency starts with an even number and will be the frequency for nets on the “even” Thursdays.
- Mondays – Fridays, 7:00 pm
- 448.525MHz, Minus 5MHz offset, tone 100 Digital Mode
The purpose of this net is for getting help with all things amateur radio and for general socializing with other hams.