Concord Amateur 
Radio Society

Concord, Georgia 

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Repeater Etiquette

The Concord Amateur Radio Society was founded in 1996 to promote the service and technical side of Amateur Radio in Pike County Georgia. The club callsign W4AMI is used in all special events such as Field Day and is also used when the club net meets.

The Concord Amateur Radio Society maintains two repeaters for the enjoyment of its membership and for support of the SKYWARN weather network. In times of severe weather the repeaters are linked to the Peachtree City, Georgia Weather complex to provide reports of severe weather which may be occurring in the immediate area of the repeater's coverage.

The Concord Amateur Radio Society is also a sister club of the Fayetteville Amateur Radio Club and participates in that club's net activities on Tuesday evenings. Our repeater system is linked to the Fayetteville repeater system providing coverage for all of the South Metro Atlanta area.

In addition, the Concord Amateur Radio Society participates in the Southeastern Linked Repeater Net which meets on Wednesday evenings. Our repeater system is linked to the SLRN which covers much of the Southeast.

The Repeater System is also configured to provide Echolink services to the membership. Our Echolink node number is 5214 and we invite amateurs around the world to log into Echolink and pay a visit to our area.

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