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CARA Repeater Operation Rules have been posted. - Sunday, September 17, 2017

The Culpeper Amateur Radio Association (CARA) maintains and operates high-quality, wide-coverage repeaters for the use of all amateur radio operators. To read the rules in their entirty please visit About - Repeater Rules section of this website.
 

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Just in Case You Missed Z60A, More Z6 Operations are Just Ahead

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Bouvet 3Y0Z Team Presents South African Club with Signed Banner

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

The 3Y0Z Bouvet Island team got a warm welcome back to terra firma on February 17 upon arrival at Cape Town, South Africa, following their return voyage from Bouvet Island.

The 3Y0Z DXpedition had to be called off due to adverse weather while the team was sailing within view of the subantarctic island, which is #2 on the Club Log DXCC Most-Wanted List. The team’s vessel Betanzos also suffered a...

National Hurricane Conference in Late March to Include Amateur Radio Session

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Repeater Information

CARA is most notably known for the W4CUL repeater, and K3VB a 220mhz repeater. An Echolink node is tied in to the W4CUL 220mhz Repeater which is managed and maintained by KO2F.

  • W4CUL - 2m - 147.120 Mhz offset +600hz, PL Tone of 146.2 - FM and P25 Modes
  • W4CUL - 70cm - 443.8 Mhz offset +5Mhz (448.8) PL Tone of 146.2 - FUSION Digital, and Analog FM 
  • W4CUL - 224.180Mhz offset -1.2Mhz, PL Tone of 146.2 - FM and Echolink

Nets

  • CARA HF Net Every Tuesday Evening at 8PM - 3.842 +/- QRM
  • CARA VHF Net Every Sunday Evening at 8PM - 147.120 + PL 146.2