Repeater Frequencies

  •  145.110MHz (-) PL 82.5
  •  224.300MHz (-) PL 82.5
  •  444.275MHz (+) PL 82.5
Check the Nets page for days and times.

Simplex   146.505MHz


Packet Radio Node
CC4CC on 145.050MHz


Repeater Controllers

Report problems concerning the repeater to these folks:


  • Robby -N6MNL
  • Fred    - W6BBQ
  • roger -KE6SZG
  • Alan    -KJ6JIS










Before you buy a two way radio watch this video.  Many are talking about FRS and GMRS radio use in emergency and disaster service.  If you are a licensed amateur you need to know the legal issues associated with their use and how they effect you. This video may save you and your license from cancellation.

I posted an article about the 4C's community involvement  on  www.radiofreerichmond.com.  A little exposure for the group.   dj   

Here is an online turorial that will help you get a handle on FL Digi.  Thanks to the folks that created this learning aid.  This is how I am teaching myself to use NBEMS.  You may also want to join my Monday evening net on the 440 repeater.


dj, KJ6DJ

WA6KQB

Contra Costa Communications Club

A Club Dedicated toService

The "Four C's" runs an open repeater located in San Pablo, CA. It is not unusual to get stations checking in from as far east as the Sierras, up north well into Sonoma County and decent coverage throughout San Francisco and the North Bay.

FL Digi Net - For information go to NETS page
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