Our Radio Contact Information

Los Gatos - Monte Sereno ARES-RACES Emergency Radio Communications

Good Samaritan Hospital - W6PIY is on the roof
The W6PIY Repeaters are on the Roof of Good "Sam" Hospital

VOICE (within Santa Clara County)

    Local Controlled Channels
    Resource Net (go here first in an emergency) repeater: 
    W6PIY-2, 2 meter band 
    > 147.390MHz, + offset, 151.4 Hz CTCSS/PL (which should be set for both Transmit and Receive)
    Sometimes the 2 meter channel is linked to W6PIY's other channels (on other bands) 
       (for the full list of channels, see: http://www.wvara.org/onair.html)
   
   Command Net (go to this repeater as appropriate):
   W6PIY-7 Repeater, 70 cm band
    >  441.350MHz, + offset, 88.5 Hz CTCSS/PL

   Local Tactical Channels
   Primary VHF Tactical Channel (the working channel after checking-in to the Resource Net, when you are deployed) 
    > 147.480MHz, Simplex
   Secondary & LG-MS CERT VHF Tactical Channel
    > 146.595MHz, Simplex
   Primary UHF Tactical Channel
    > 441.000MHz, Simplex

   County-wide Hospital Net (Controlled Channels)
   Primary Voice Channel:  N6NFI
   > 145.230MHz, - offset, 100Hz CTCSS/PL tone
   Alternate Voice Channel:
   > 

PACKET DATA (within Santa Clara County)
   For list of Tactical Call signs, see the attached file at the bottom of this page.

   Primary Node for LG/MS (W1XSC)
    > 145.750MHz
   Alternate Node for LG/MS (W4XSC)
    > 145.690MHz

   Primary Hospital Net Node for ECH LG (W2XSC)
    > 145.690MHz
   Alternate Hospital Net Node for ECH LG (W4XSC)
    > 145.690
  
   List of Tactical Addresses for Packet Messages associated with Los Gatos/Monte Sereno

Santa Clara County ARES-RACES Band Plans

   Amateur Radio channel assignments (band-plan):
      Voice channels:  
      Packet Message channels:  

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Tac Call signs for Los Gatos Packet (rev 8).txt
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