The Middle Tennessee Amateur Radio Society is composed of Hams in Middle Tennessee who are dedicated to promoting amateur radio, providing public service communications and having fun doing so. Anyone interested in Amateur radio is welcome to join us.

MTARS Club News

Return to MTARS Main Page


Get the word out that the 443.950 T107.2 has the MTEARS link up and working.  This should be node number  16.   Let me know if there are issues.  

Every MTEARS linked repeater gets a node number to be on the link.   We are linking to the hub at Nolensville which is node 1.   

You will need to know your repeater node number to check into the weather nets and ARES nets on Monday.

 The check in procedure is state your county twice, call sign twice, and your MTEARS Repeater Node Number.

So I  would check in as –“ Coffee County, Coffee County, KB4JHU, KB4JHU, Mike, Node 16”

.  V/r  -Michael




News updates on MTARS Hamfest 2021 ...
Link here...
Ham Fest 2021 Flier

To renew your current membership to MTARS please fill out the "Application for MTARS Membership" located at


Send U.S. Post Office mail to:
MTARS, P.O. Box 932, Tullahoma, TN 37388