Frequency Plan for Jackson County
To determine which frequency to use, go to Primary frequency first,
and listen for
5 minutes at most. If no net is heard call for net control, if no
response then go to
On secondary frequency, listen for 5 minutes at most. If no net is
heard call for net
control, if no response, you should assume the net control and open
the JCARES Net on
the primary frequency.
Voice and Digital Traffic:
The primary frequency (Plan A) is the146.97 MHz. (-), no tone
The secondary frequency (Plan B) is 147.27 MHz. (+), no tone.
Tertiary frequency (Plan C) is 146.97 MHz. simplex, no offset.
The UHF frequencies will be used for specific tactical nets to be
determined at time of
The primary frequency is 443.175 MHz. (+) repeater no tone.
This repeater also has
battery backup but at a reduced power output
The secondary frequency is 443.250 MHz. (+), tone 131.8 Hz.
Digital simplex traffic:
If the repeaters are down, digital traffic will be handled on the
coordinated frequencies. All centered on 2000 Hz on the waterfall
using psk 63:
145.71 MHz. for Jackson County and Counties south of the Missouri
and Kansas Rivers
145.75 MHz. for counties north of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers
145.73 MHz. for relay between sectors.
HF voice alternative would be 3.963MHz. LSB plus or minus 5kc
CW ---------------------------------- 3.585 MHz.
Digital would be 3.5835 MHz. plus or minus USB centered on 2000 Hz.
on the waterfall