Welcome to the SARES Repeater Group
The Sunnyvale Amateur Radio Emergency Service (SARES) Repeater Group (SARES-RG), an ARRL affiliated club, intends to maintain a set of open repeaters that will be used as a Santa Clara County resource in disaster response activations, mutual aid, and public service.
Formed in November 2007, this group is composed of the SARES Emergency Coordinator (EC) and Assistant Emergency Coordinators (AEC).
K6SNY Repeater (70cm FM)
- 443.275 Mhz, 107.2 Hz PL, positive offset
- Open repeater, Wide area coverage, Emergency generator
- Location: Crystal Peak, Santa Clara county
Linking from AA6BT 2m repeater
The control operators of the AA6BT repeater have the capablility of linking that repeater to K6SNY, for purposes of mutual aid during times of disasters and other emergencies.
K6SNY Open Repeater
This is an open repeater and we welcome all licensed amateur radio operators.
|Frequency (Mhz)||PL Tone (Hz)||SARES Channels|
|443.275 +||107.2||8, 9|
|Secretary||Skip la Fetra||AA6WK|
Repeater Group's FCC license info and its history
SARES-RG is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.
Sunnyvale Amateur Radio Emergency Service - Repeater Group
PO Box 2215
Sunnyvale, CA 94087
Attn: Skip la Fetra
History of the Repeater (formerly W6AMT)
The Association of Mountain Toppers (AMT) Amateur Radio Club are the former owners of SARES-RG's first repeater. We wish to thank AMT for their generous donation of equipment and copious documentation.
W6AMT's log of their earlier repeater work (PDF).
When SARES-RG receieved the repeater from AMT, the radio need some initial frequency adjustment — in which Edison, WB6IQN, graciously provided his services to get the radio back into alignment.
Many thanks to Rick, N6RNO, for hosting and creating the original website. Thanks to Peter, W0NG, the previous webmaster and club photographer.