|Most of the NoBARC repeaters are situated atop Mt. Greylock, in the Northwest corner of Massachusetts.
At 3500 ft, Mt. Greylock has a range, without obstruction, of about 125 miles.
This means that the 146.910 repeater has one of the widest coverages on the East Coast.
|145.27||144.67||136.5||KA1OA||Great Barrington, MA|
|NoBARC Packet Node|
|The NoBARC WMA packet node operates on 145.05 and is located atop Mt. Greylock.|
|Nets on the NoBARC Repeaters|
|Western MA A.R.E.S. Nets (Sundays)|
|NTS Traffic Nets (Monday thru Friday)|
|Western MA R.A.C.E.S. Net (First Monday of the Month)|
|National Weather Service Skywarn Nets|
|NWS Skywarn Nets are conducted
per the request for activation by
either NWS Taunton, MA
or NWS Albany, NY.
|The K1JAW Coffee Mug Net|
|Monday - Friday 8:00 AM
An informal gathering starting at or about 8:00 A.M. and ending whenever the World's Problems have been solved.
|The N1ISB Newcomers' Roundtable
(1st and 3rd Mondays of the Month, September thru June)
This net was started by Don Horton (N1ISB), to welcome newly licensed and newly upgraded Hams to the VHF portion of the spectrum, to enable them to meet with each other and with more experienced Hams for the purposes of asking and answering questions, exchanging information and building frienships. Don passed away in October of 2001 and the net was re-named in his honor.
It's a great place to "hang out" on a Monday night!
You can also join us on the Newcomers' Roundtable through our IRC Chat Room on:
ipergy.eu.galaxynet.org ----- the room is #nobarc
If you already have an IRC client loaded on your computer,
just click on the button below to join the NoBARC Chatroom.