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  • Emergency Management Ontario Net – Operation Dark Skies
    Monday, April 08th, 12 Noon – 5:00 PM (Total Eclipse Day)
    At the request of EMO Ontario and the ProComm Net organizers,
    Repeater VE3PGC 443.650 will be linked to other Southern Ontario
    repeaters for the Operation Dark Skies Net, for coverage along the
    path of the total solar eclipse. The amateur community has been
    requested to  provide communications coverage along the parts of
    Highway 401 in the path, including Belleville, Kingston, Brockville
    and Cornwall. Cornwall will be in totality at 3:25 PM.
  • SVARC Biweekly Coffee Klatch / Breakfast 8:30 AM
    Saturday, April 13th., 2024.
    Every second and fourth Saturday of each month at:
    Hops & Barley Restaurant, Best Western Parkway Inn,
    1515 Vincent Massey Dr., Cornwall.
  • Next Meeting – The next meeting will be a hybrid Zoom / in-person session;
    7:00 PM, Wednesday April 24th, 2024. 
    Location: Under review, to be announced.
    The Agenda for the April meeting will be available on the Members Only Page,  and will also be emailed to the membership when it is available.
    Guest speaker: To be announced.

    Current and Scheduled Repeater Outages:
    Current: VE3SVC 224.180 – (110.9) Out of service for repeater controller upgrade.

    Scheduled: Spring/Summer 2024: VA3SDG VHF 145.570 and UHF 444.450 repeaters. Replacement of South Diamond X-200 antenna.

Fox (Hidden Transmitter) Hunt – To be announced.
See: Coming Events page for more information.


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The Seaway Valley Amateur Radio Club operates a number of repeaters in Cornwall and area.  VE3SVC is a VHF  repeater operating on 147.180 + and a CTCSS tone of 110.9 Hz.  Also on VHF is VA3SDG repeater on 145.570 and a CTCSS tone of 110.9 Hz. Both repeaters are Yaesu Fusion digital C4FM and Analog FM. On UHF, VE3PGC, now also a Yaesu C4FM digital / FM analog repeater, with wider area coverage and Allstar Net and EchoLink connectivity, is located near Bonville.  It operates at 443.650 + and a CTCSS tone of 110.9 Hz.  For other repeaters, nine in all, including APRS, DMR and 220 MHz., see the Repeater Page.

SVARC no longer operates any repeaters in the D-Star digital mode.
VA3SDG-C and VA3SDG-B no longer exist!
D-Star on VHF (VA3SDG-C) was discontinued in March 2021 and replaced with a Yaesu  DR-2X System Fusion C4FM repeater on 145.570 (-) 110.9 Hz.
D-Star on UHF (VA3SDG-B) was discontinued in November 2022 and replaced with a Motorola GR-1225 Analog FM repeater on 444.450(+) 110.9 Hz. 
As of March 14, 2024 it is now a Yaesu DR-2X digital C4FM and analog FM repeater.

The Club has regular meetings on the last Wednesday of each month except July, August and December. 

Meetings are held at New location needs to be found. 

Meetings start at 7:00pm, but most come at 6:30 for some socializing before the meeting.