Frequencies

Missouri Repeater Council Link

Area Repeaters

X  = Yaesu System Fusion  repeater with WIRES-X available

L =  NWNMO ARES affiliated repeaters and are linked 24/7, please allow a 1-2 second pause for all timers to reset.

L2 = CRIS (Central Region Intertie System) Repeaters  and are linked 24/7, please allow a 1-2 second pause for all timers to reset. The link for this system can be found HERE.

Repeater Location  Frequency Offset PL Tone
WD0SKY Osborn 145.150 - 107.2
KC0QLU Plattsburg 146.895X,L - 114.8
KM0HP Saint Joseph 443.950 L2 + 151.4
N0SWP Osborn 442.675 L + 127.3
KØMPT Chilicothe 147.225 + none
WØNH St. Joe 146.850X - 100.0
WD0BBR Hamilton 146.745 L - 141.3
WINLINK Cameron Hospital  145.090 kc0qlu-10
 WINLINK  Hamilton 145.090  kc0yej-10
W0BYU Kingston 443.375X + 192.8
N2OYJ Bethany 443.075 + 100.0
N2OYJ Rockport 444.775 + 100.0
WA0HBX St. Joe 444.925 + 100.0
N0MIJ Leavenworth 442.350 + 107.2
KD0ETV Marceline 443.150 + 110.9
KB0RPJ Trenton 146.955 - none
KC0GP Polo 444.675 L + 151.4
N0GGU Maryville 444.475 + 100.0

Missouri ARES Interoperability Tactical Frequencies

These frequencies are defined in the Missouri ARES interoperability plan. Their purpose is to create a group of frequencies for use statewide for emergency communications traffic.  This allows for amateur radio operators who are using commercial equipment that is not frequency agile to have frequencies which will be used in an emergency pre-programmed. When using these frequencies, those frequencies indicated should be transmitted with the displayed pl tone.  Receive squelch should remain carrier, unless interference requires the use of the pl tone. 6 meter and vhf frequencies are intended for regional and local operations respectively, with uhf frequencies intended for use as on-scene frequencies.  While these are agreed upon frequencies for use during an emergency, other factors can play into the decision on which frequency to operate on, including existing infrastructure/repeaters in the area, geography, and other operations ongoing in the area of operations.

Name Frequency Transmit PL Primary MSHP Troop
HVCALL 146.550 CSQ Statewide
HVSTAGE 147.555 TSQ 100.0 Statewide
HVTAC0 147.495 100.0 Statewide Digital Voice
HVTAC1 145.600 100.0 Troop A
HVTAC2 145.650 100.0 Troop B
HVTAC3 145.700 100.0 Troop C
HVTAC4 146.400 100.0 Troop D
HVTAC5 146.445 100.0 Troop E
HVTAC6 146.505 100.0 Troop F
HVTAC7 146.595 100.0 Troop G
HVTAC8 147.405 100.0 Troop H
HVTAC9 147.450 100.0 Troop I
HUCALL 446.000 CSQ Statewide
HUTAC1 445.900 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC2 445.925 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC3 445.950 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC4 445.975 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC5 446.025 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC6 446.050 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC7 446.075 100.0 Statewide
HUTAC8 446.100 100.0 Statewide
HMCALL 52.550 CSQ Statewide
HMTAC0 52.710 100.0 Statewide
HMTAC1 52.310 100.0 Troop A
HMTAC2 52.350 100.0 Troop B
HMTAC3 52.390 100.0 Troop C
HMTAC4 52.430 100.0 Troop D
HMTAC5 52.470 100.0 Troop E
HMTAC6 52.510 100.0 Troop F
HMTAC7 52.590 100.0 Troop G
HMTAC8 52.630 100.0 Troop H
HMTAC9 52.670 100.0 Troop I

To read the Missouri ARES Interoperability Plan in it’s entirety, follow this link: Missouri ARES Interoperability Plan
More useful info can be found in the Auxiliary Communications Field Operations Guide (AUXFOG)

HF Emergency Frequencies

Frequency Net
3963.0 Khz Missouri Emergency Services Net (MESN) Sunday’s 6:00pm
3963.0 Khz Missouri Traffic Net Daily 5:30pm
7263.0 Khz MESN Daytime Alternate Frequency