Bainbridge Common Radio Program + NOTES -MAJOR UPDATES FOR 2020
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We recommend printing this out and laminating it, and keeping it with your radio equipment for reference.
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• If you add your own channels, please start your numbering above 90, so there are a few more channels available when this common list needs to expand.
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• Channels 2 through 21 are assigned as noted, but may be used as regular simplex frequencies when not in use by assignee for training or operations.
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• Gaps in channel numbering are intentional, to reserve space for future changes.
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• Please be aware that this is a Living Document and will be updated and modified over time. Please check back with BARC at least once a year for updates.
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Channel
Number
NameChannelNotesReceive
Frequency
Transmit
Frequency
Offset
Frequency
Offset
Direction
Tone
Mode
CTCSS
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146.52C
National VHF Calling FrequencySimplex146.52146.52SimplexNone67.0hz
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KDART2
Kitsap DART Assigned 2-meterSimplex146.54146.54SimplexNone67.0hz
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3KCRT2Kitsap CERT Assigned 2-meterSimplex146.56146.56SimplexNone67.0hz
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KTMED2
Kitsap Medical Assigned 2-meter
Simplex146.58146.58SimplexNone67.0hz
12
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SKTSX2
South Kitsap Assigned 2-meter
Simplex - This is also Vashon's primary simplex frequency
147.52147.52SimplexNone67.0hz
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BRMSX2
Bremerton Assigned 2-meterSimplex147.54147.54SimplexNone67.0hz
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CKTSX2
Central Kitsap Assigned 2-meter
Simplex147.56147.56SimplexNone67.0hz
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NKTSX2
North Kitsap Assigned 2-meterSimplex147.58147.58SimplexNone67.0hz
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9BISX02
Bainbridge Island Assigned 2-meter
Simplex147.6147.6SimplexNone67.0hz
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CWIDE7
County-Wide Inter-Ops Assigned 70cm
Simplex445.825445.825SimplexNone67.0hz
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SKTSX7
South Kitsap Assigned 70cmSimplex445.850445.850SimplexNone67.0hz
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BRMSX7
Bremerton Assigned 70cmSimplex
445.8750
445.8750
SimplexNone67.0hz
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CKTSX7
Central Kitsap Assigned 70cmSimplex445.900445.900SimplexNone67.0hz
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NKTSX7
North Kitsap Assigned 70cmSimplex445.925445.925SimplexNone67.0hz
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15BISX70
Bainbridge Island Assigned 70cm
Simplex445.950445.950SimplexNone67.0hz
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16KTMED7Kitsap Medical Assigned 70cmSimplex445.975445.975SimplexNone67.0hz
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17446CNational UHF Calling FrequencySimplex446446SimplexNone67.0hz
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18KCRT12
Kitsap CERT Assigned 70cm #12
Simplex446.025446.025SimplexNone67.0hz
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19KCRT13
Kitsap CERT Assigned 70cm #13
Simplex446.05446.05SimplexNone67.0hz
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20KDRT14
Kitsap DART Assigned 70cm #14
Simplex446.075446.075SimplexNone67.0hz
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21KDRT15
Kitsap DART Assigned 70cm #15
Simplex447.000447.000SimplexNone67.0hz
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30BARC RBARC UHF RepeaterBainbridge Island Amateur Radio Club repeater444.475449.475
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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31KARS 2Silverdale VHF Repeater
Kitsap Auxiliary Radio Service - 2 meter (main repeater)
145.43144.83600 kHzMinusTone88.5 Hz
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32KARS 7Silverdale UHF Repeater
Kitsap Auxiliary Radio Service - 70 centimeter (club repeater)
444.075449.075
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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33WSRC2Port Orchard VHF RepeaterWest Sound Amateur Radio Club 2Meter145.39144.79600 kHzMinusTone88.5 Hz
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34WSRC7Port Orchard UHF RepeaterWest Sound Amateur Radio Club 70 Centimeter444.875449.875
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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35PSRGPuget Sound RepeaterPSRG. Many regularly scheduled nets, some online features.
See notes, below
146.96146.36600 kHzMinusTone
103.5 Hz
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BARCNO
BARC UHF Repeater - no tone/offset
BARC repeater output frequency - use when repeater is down
444.475444.475SimplexNone
103.5 Hz
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41KARS2NSilverdale VHF Repeater-no tone/offsetKitsap Auxiliary Radio Service - 2 meter repeater output frequency - to be used when repeater is down145.43145.43SimplexNone88.5 Hz
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WSRC2N
Prt Orchrd VHF Rptr - no tone/offset
West Sound Radio Club 2Meter - use when repeater is down
145.39145.39600 kHzSimplexTone88.5 Hz
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PSRGNO
Puget Sound Repeater - no tone/offset
PSRG repeater output frequency - to be used when repeater is down146.96146.96SimplexNone
103.5 Hz
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PRTOW
Port Townsend Repeater
Various Jefferson County nets, including an ARES net
145.15144.55600 kHzMinusTone
114.8 Hz
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BURIEN
Burien Repeater440.975445.975
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
141.3 Hz
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KNGSTN
Kingston Repeater442.225447.225
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
100.0 Hz
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PSBO A
Poulsbo Repeater442.2447.2
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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54PSBO 7Poulsbo Repeater441.275446.275
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
123.0 Hz
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INDOLA
Indianola Repeater
440.4500 W
445.4500 W
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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56W7VMIVashon UHF RepeaterVashon primary repeater443.5448.5
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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57KG7CMVashon UHF RepeaterVashon secondary repeater443.775448.775
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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58K7LEDTiger Mountain RepeaterMike & Key146.82146.22600 kHzMinusTone
103.5 Hz
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WW7RA2
Bremerton VHF RepeaterAt Gold Mountain146.62146.02600 kHzMinusTone
103.5 Hz
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WW7RA7
Bremerton UHF RepeaterAt Gold Mountain442.65447.65
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
103.5 Hz
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K7MMI2
Buck Mountain VHF RepeaterWestern Washington Repeater Association147.2147.8600 kHzPlusTone
131.8 Hz
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K7SCN7
Buck Mountain UHF Repeater
Privately owned, but used during some Bainbridge events
440.95445.95
5.00 MHz
PlusTone
110.9 Hz
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70WX 1
NOAA Weather/Emergency Alerts
Receive only. This channel is skipped during scans
162.55 SimplexNone
100.0 Hz
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71WX 3
NOAA Weather/Emergency Alerts
Receive only. This channel is skipped during scans
162.475 SimplexNone
100.0 Hz
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72WX 4
NOAA Weather/Emergency Alerts
Receive only. This channel is skipped during scans
162.425 SimplexNone
100.0 Hz
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#30, BARCThere is an informal "Amateur Hour Net" every Tuesday at 7:30pm
On the second Tuesday of each month, this net is hosted in-person at the Ritchie Observatory at Battle Point Park on Bainbridge Island. Starting at 6:30pm, there are people on hand to help you program these frequencies into your radio, answer questions, and help get you on the air.
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#31, Kitsap Department of Emergency Management Repeater in SilverdaleThe Kitsap County Emergency Communications Net meets every Sunday at 7:30pm.
This is a weekly exercise for anyone interested in Emergency Communications or Disaster Preparedness in Kitsap County.
We encourage participation from any amateur radio operator.
More information on Kitsap Auxiliary Radio Service is available here: https://kitsapars.org/about/
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#33, WSRC2Port Orchard has an informal net every Tuesday at 7pm
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#33, Puget Sound Repeater Group
PSRG. They have social nets at 9am and 9pm seven days a week. They have a boater's net every morning at 7:47am
You can listen online here: https://web.psrg.org/listen/
You can see which tower(s) you're connecting with here: http://voter.psrg.org/supermon/voter.php?node=2462
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Channels 1-29 are common SIMPLEX frequencies
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Channels 30-39 are important/commonly used REPEATER frequencies
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Channels 40-49 are REPEATER output frequencies for use when the repeaters are not operational
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Channels 50-69 are less commonly used REPEATER frequencies
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Channels 70-79 are WEATHER and other LISTEN-ONLY frequencies for monitoring
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Channels 80-90 are reserved for SPECIAL OPERATIONS or SINGLE DEPLOYMENT use
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