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Dixie Amateur Radio ClubUtah's "Dixie" is located in southwestern Utah

Dixie Amateur Radio Club, Inc. Sunday Night Net


Repeater System DiagramThe Dixie Amateur Radio Club holds a weekly VHF Sunday Night Net each Sunday at 8:00 P.M. Mountain Time.  The net is always at 8:00 P.M. regardless of whether it is Mountain Standard Time (MST) or Daylight Savings Time (MDT).

The net is held on the Club's linked repeater system. 
Here are the new frequencies that you can check in on:
  •    145.490 MHz  Utah Hill  (covering most areas of the southern Washington County, northern Clark County, NV)
  •    146.640 MHz  Stout Hill  (coverage of  Downtown St. George, Washington City and parts of Hurricane City)
  •    145.450 MHz Toquerville  (coverage of northern county, eastern county areas)
Remember, the frequency that you should have your transceiver's receiver set on is the frequency shown above.   You should have the transmit offset set to minus (-) 600kHz  and require a 100hz CTCSS tone to access

Most net control stations also monitor the input frequency to listen for any stations who may not be getting a sufficient signal to the repeater station.

All Club Members are encouraged to check in to the net.  Use the link below for a "check-in roster" of net members. 

All licensed ham operators visitors are especially invited to participate in the DARC Sunday Night Net.  Check-ins for visitors will occur after the roll-call. 

CLICK HERE to view a PDF presentation on the linked repeater system (PDF file viewer required).

Sunday Night Net Roster
Once you have requisite number of check-ins during the month your callsign will be added to the list.   If you are not on the Roster, please check in when visitors to the net are called. Checking in the Club's Sunday Night VHF net each week is a good way to test your equipment and it also is a great way for new ham radio operators to become more comfortable talking over the radio.

Sunday Night Net Preamble

When the net is called, a very specific preamble is read.  Please CLICK HERE to view/download/print the net preamble.

ARRL Amateur Radio Radiogram Message Form and Instructions

The American Radio Relay League has an official message form used for passing formal written traffic, known as a Radiogram.  Please CLICK HERE to view/print the ARRL Radiogram Form. 

There are instructions for properly using the Radiogram form. Please CLICK HERE to view/print the instructions (ARRL Form FSD-3).

(Please note: You will need an Adobe Acrobat compatible reader to view/print the Net Roster and Net Preamble and Message Forms/Instructions)

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