Repeater and Echolink information
Persons with Disabilities
Clubhouse location and Patton rules
Board of Directors information
REPEATER and ECHOLINK INFORMATION:
CBARC has two repeaters serving Southern California along with Echolink on the two meter side.
2-Meter: 146.850 p/l 146.2 (-) offset
220 mhz: 224.860 p/l 77.0 (-) offset
Echolink: w6jbt-r ( if you have issues, please contact CBARC President: Jeff Richardson at email@example.com)
Repeater donations are gladly accepted
Any organization or group wishing to use either Crestline Repeaters shown above for any “net” operations, drills, exercises or any other type of formal or informal usage must have prior written approval of use authorized by the Board of Directors of Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club.
EMERGENCY REPEATER USE:
After earthquakes or any disaster in our area, please DO NOT use either repeater for one hour after these events. We ask that the repeaters are left open during that time for any emergency traffic ONLY. You may check in, however do not conduct general traffic until repeater has been cleared. We appreciate your attention with this.
COMMON USE of the REPEATERS:
The following is NOT allowed on either CBARC repeaters.
* Politics of any kind
* Music of any type including singing, or background music
* Use of profanity of any kind as our repeaters are family friendly.
* Dead carriers, continual key-ups. ALL key-ups such as checking for radio/repeater signal must be followed by the use of your legal callsign as shown in the FCC rules.
* NO use of “cross band repeat” of any kind
* Anything that goes against FCC Part 97
* Anyone found to be violating above rules will be banned from using the repeaters and/or the FCC will be contacted accordingly.
PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club is now offering free membership to people who have disabilities which effectively prevent them from participating in amateur radio activities. Such disabilities include blindness, deafness, and limited mobility. The purpose is to allow folks with disabilities to access the resources offered by a service club such as CBARC, whether it be help studying for taking an exam for a license, help obtaining appropriate radio equipment, help installing a station, antenna, or some device or program someone might need in order to operate.
The Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club Board of Directors will evaluate each request for membership and assistance as requested in order to provide such assistance in an appropriate and timely manner. All people interested in amateur radio are welcome at all club activities regardless of age, race, gender, ability, or any other factor.
A written letter must be submitted to the Board with the explanation of the persons disability, needs etc. Once the Board reviews the letter, they will contact the applicant for either more information or approval/disapproval of membership.
Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club
PO Box 3788
San Bernardino, CA 92413
The Clubhouse is located on the grounds of:
Patton State Hospital
Staff Development Center
3102 E. Highland Avenue
(909) 425-7275 (This number is only answered when CBARC personnel are at the club facility, use email addresses below for questions)
(Read Patton Rules, then scroll down for location map)
Since C-BAR-C is located at a California State facility, the following are PROHIBITED:
Cameras (NO photographs taken of any kind)
Khaki colored clothing
If you have questions, please click here
CLUB LOCATION MAP:
Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/t5JiLwLEEZc2KZjh7
Inside grounds of Patton State Hospital
Board of Directors:
PRESIDENT, ROUTE 66 ON THE AIR SPECIAL EVENT COORDINATOR and NEWSLETTER EDITOR
Jeff Richardson, W6JJR
VICE PRESIDENT, & VE COORDINATOR
Moe DeLeon, KK7KC
Desiree Mendoza, KN6EQD
Kris Torrey, N3FH
Moe DeLeon, KK7KC
Josh Richardson, W6JRI
Jon Montgomery, K6FZZ
page updated 08/12/2020