View of Short Mountain, Cannon County, TN
The D.C.C.A.R.C. utilizes the
145.490 Tone 100 2 meter VHF (KU4B) & (WR3S) repeater
for all normal and emergency radio communications.
We are thankful to Repeater Trustee Mr. David Wilson (KU4B) and Mr. John Kimbrough ( WR3S) for
the use of the repeater for our club related activities.
The repeater is located on the top of Short Mountain just on the outskirts
of Woodbury, TN and is approximately 2120 feet above sea level which
provides a very adequate coverage of multiple counties within the
Middle Tennessee region.
Join us in the morning time around 6:45 AM for the morning “biscuit club” drive time group
Join us in the evening from 3:30p.m. to 5 p.m. for the afternoon drive time group.
Join us each Tuesday night at 7p.m. for the weekly A.R.E.S. Net
Join us at anytime during severe weather conditions for our local weather nets on 145.490 Tone 100
There is no charge for the use of this repeater for individual or club use of this repeater.
However there are cost and expenses accrued each year for the
continued operation of this repeater.
If you utilize this repeater and would like to contribute a donation
to help offset the yearly expense of it’s operation
then please consider mailing a contribution to:
JOHN C KIMBROUGH, WR3S
324 ANNADEL STREET
MURFREESBORO, TN 37128
Battery Backup was added by the Repeater Trustee – Mr. David Wilson – KU4B in late 2015. The DCCARC is VERY appreciative of this feature, specifically for use in severe weather operations.