SEVIER  COUNTY EMERGENCY  RADIO  SERVICE / R.A.C.E.S.

                 

SEVIERVILLE, TENNESSEE

MTEARS RADIO LINKING SYSTEM

 
 
About MTEARS Repeaters

These Dedicated "MTEARS" UHF only repeaters serve as a "liaison net" during severe weather. That is that the individual storm spotters continue to use their local frequencies and report weather conditions to their local organization. When an organization receives a report of a tornado, funnel cloud or other severe weather criteria (hail that is 0.75 inches in diameter or larger, or winds greater than 57 mph), a liaison from the local spotter organization relays the report to the National Weather Service. Amateur radio operators at the National Weather Service Office will also give warning, weather summaries, and radar information to the liaisons, who in turn pass the information on to their local spotter network. Spotters and citizens are encouraged to monitor these frequencies, but to limit the traffic on this network, please report severe weather to your local spotter groups instead of on these frequencies. A number of meteorologists at the National Weather Service Nashville office are amateur radio operators and communicate with the spotters on the MTEARS Repeater Link System.

 

 

REPEATER FREQs









1 443.725 107.2 Nolensville -
Hub
60a 442.725 100.0 Southport (was
Lawrenceburg)
2 442.7 100.0 Deason 60b 443.175 100.0 Columbia
5 444.9 100.0 Gatlinburg 68a 442.85 107.2 Lobelville
6 442.025 100.0 Cleveland 68b 443.5 100.0 Linden
8 444.65 107.2 Short
Mtn
71 444.6 107.2 Cookeville
16 443.95 107.2 Tullahoma 74 443.9 107.2 Cross
Plains
18 443.875 88.5 Crossville 79 443.975 107.2 Pasquo
19 442.8 107.2 Nashville 81 442.625 107.2 Clarksville
28 443.55 100.0 Pulaski 83 444.45 107.2 Gallatin
31 444.075 127.3 Deer
Run (Manchester)
91 443.95 100.0 Waynesboro
33 443.125 103.5 Signal
Mt
94 443.075 156.7 Heritage
47 442.5 100.0 Knoxville 96 443.625 127.3 Huntsville
Alabama
51 444.85 100.0 Hohenwald
57 444.45 123.0 Jackson