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Frequencies Used By MARES


These are the most common frequencies used by Milpitas ARES/RACES. These should be programmed into your radio as appropriate. A complete list of all Santa Clara County Frequencies can be found at the link provided below this table.

If a repeater is down the standard procedure is to use the output frequency of the repeater in Simplex.

Frequency Resource
Name
Details

145.430 MHz

W6MLP

(- offset, 85.4Hz PL) - MARES net primary - currently linked to 224.720 - can be unlinked as needed.

224.720 MHz

W6MLP

(- offset, 100Hz PL) - MARES net primary - currently linked to 145.430 - can be unlinked as needed

147.525 MHz

simplex

MARES simplex frequency and backup tactical frequency

146.115 MHz

AA6BT

(+ offset, 100Hz pl) - Silicon Valley Emergency Communications System (SVECS))
Central Santa Clara County ARES/RACES

444.625 MHz

N6NAC

(+ offset 110.9Hz PL) -
Southern Santa Clara County ARES/RACES
Good coverage of Eastern side of Milpitas and Southern Santa Clara County

145.27 MHz

W6ASH

(- offset 100.0Hz PL) - South Peninsula Emergency Communications System (SPECS)
Northern Santa Clara County ARES/RACES

145.750 or 223.620 MHz

145.730 or 223.560 MHz

144.310 or 223.540 MHz

145.690 or 223.600 MHz

W1XSC


W2XSC


W3XSC


W4XSC


1200 Baud Packet to County BBS System

      Tuesday night packet check-in

1620 KHz

AM RADIO

City of Milpitas Emergency Broadcast Radio

TV ch 15

CATV

City Channel (Comcast CATV/Milpitas)


Additional Frequencies within Santa Clara County


Last Updated:  May 1, 2017