About Us:

The Mount Vernon Amateur Radio Club (MVARC) is the largest group of amateur radio operators in Knox County, Ohio.  We are proud to be an American Radio Relay League (ARRL) Affiliated & Special Service Club with our affiliation dating back to September 1958. 

 

Mount Vernon Amateur Radio Club

812 Coshocton Avenue

PMB #145

Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050

 

 


We exist to promote amateur radio, serve our members, educate the community and be a resource for our served agencies, Skywarn and our local ARES group.


Our primary repeater is located just north of Mount Vernon on St. Route 3. It operates on a frequency of 146.790- with a PL of 71.9 and operates under the club call sign of K8EEN.

 

                 * We have a weekly net on Sunday night at 9:00pm local that we invite you to check into. If our repeater is

                             not accessible to you, you can also check-in using Echolink - K8EEN-R or Node: 809800

 

 

Our secondary repeater is located at Knox Community Hospital and operates on a frequency of 444.600 MHz  (+5 MHz with PL of

71.9 Hz). It also has the call sign of K8EEN.

* The secondary repeater is System Fusion. Currently it is setup as a local repeater only, but our plans are to have it

   connected to the internet soon.

 

Knox County Sunday Night Net Preamble

 

 

MVARC Membership

 

 

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