Martin County, FL 
ARES/RACES, Inc.

Amateur Radio-- We're here to help when needed 

Emergency Communications
The Martin County Amateur Radio Emergency Service / Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (ARES/RACES) is composed of FCC Licensed Amateur Radio operators who have voluntarily registered their capabilities and equipment for public service communications. Martin County ARES/RACES Inc. is a non-profit organization funded by donations and paid membership and run solely by volunteer efforts.

ARES Repeaters 

  • VHF 145.150 MHz tone 107.2 Hz
  • UHF 444.900 MHz tone 107.2 Hz
The Martin County repeaters listed above are open for normal amateur use except during times of emergency activation. All licensed amateurs are welcome. If you use the repeater on a regular basis, we would appreciate you joining us to help maintain the repeater systems. Membership forms are available by clicking the "Membership Forms" tab on the left.

We hold a net in conjunction with our sister club MCARA on the 145.150 repeater at 8 PM on Monday evenings, except for the last Monday of the month when we use the 147.060 MCARA machine. Click on the Contact button on the left for information on our meeting time and location.

 

Our sister group, the Martin County Amateur Radio Association has a list of all Repeaters in Martin County



Donations
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Upcoming events


Recent blog posts

10 Apr 2014 7:30 PM • Anonymous


The ARES group in Martin County have assisted in many emergency communication events since the early 1970s including activations during hurricane and storm related events.


Past Activation Events include:

  • Hurricance David
  • Hurricane Charlie (members deployed to Charlotte County)
  • Hurricane Francis
  • Hurricane Jean
  • Hurricane Wilma
  • many smaller events and many preperations for possible events

Want to join us?

ARES members must first be FCC Licensed Amateur Radio Operators (hams). ARES is administered through the national association of amateur radio operators, the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). It is recommended that ARES members also join the league, though not required.


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