The WS2Q repeater is owned
and maintained by the Morris County Office of Emergency Management.
|Primary use is for RACES Unit
operations, including drills, monthly RACES nets, other
regular RACES communications, and of course emergency
|Secondary uses include SKYWARN
nets during severe weather, ARES Nets, National Traffic
System Nets, public service event nets, and periodic
American Red Cross nets.|
|At other times, the repeater is
open for general public use, including informal traffic
nets and casual conversations.|
repeater can be worked using EchoLink via the WS2Q-L EchoLink |
|Output Frequency (TX):
|Input Frequency (RX):
||146.295 MHz (-600)
||Mt. Freedom, NJ
||Harvey Klein, WS2Q
County Radio Officer
||One of the County RACES staff
is usually listening, but in an emergency, call WS2Q
Special Operating Tones
The repeater can be set to transmit special
courtesy tones to indicate the mode of operation: Currently these are
NOT being used due to EchloLink.
||Normal, non-emergency use
Morse Code "EM" (. - - )
Emergency - emergency traffic only;
closed for personal use.
Morse Code "WX" ( .- - - . . -
Weather emergency - limit
personal traffic; short calls only.
Tones can be set remotely by the County RACES