North East Washington Amateur Radio Club


Old Glory
W7GHJ Repeater-
443.725 FM [+5 MHz offset, pl 100hz]

KB7UJI Repeater-
146.700[-600 KHz offset, pl 100hz]

145.600 FM Simplex

Spokane Repeater Group: Repeater
145.43 FM [-600 offset]

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PO Box 978
Chewelah, WA 99109

Breakfast @ The Chewelah Casino; Chewelah, WA 1st Sat./Month 9am 
Club Mgt. @Valley Fire Hall [3rd & Pine]  in Valley, WA 1st Sat./Month 11am

*** QST QST QST *** We've made some updates to the site! Be sure to check out the updated Repeater frequency list and the new info on the 145.43 Repeater! *** The webmaster would like to thank Karl Shoemaker, AK2O, President of Spokane Repeater Group, for helping provide updated repeater info as well as helping proof some sections of the website, also for his patience in the update process. Thank you so much! *** IE-VHF Club Net [EVERYONE is welcome to check in] Wed.'s 7:30pm on the 146.88 repeater [pl 123] ***
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Area Frequency Info
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Current Conditions:

Area Frequency Info:
Below there are 3 links. Should be fairly obvious based on the names of the links but just in case here's the break down ...

Area Nets: This is a database (complied by area hams) of nets that are frequently able to be heard from our area (all bands).

Area Amateur Frequencies: A list of used frequencies in our area. This includes both Repeaters and Simplex on the 2 meter (144 MHz) and 70 centimeter (440 MHz) bands. This list is also comiled by area hams.

Area NON-Amateur Frequencies: A list of NON-Amateur radio frequencies such as Police, EMS, Fire and Public Safety ... remember you CAN NOT transmit on these frequencies.

If the fonts for the table are too small to comforatably read, try hitting the <control> key and the <+> sign to enlarge it. If that doesn't work, please bear with us as we try to get a nicer (and larger font) list made up. We're also trying to upload a PDF of the list so you can download it.
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