The K6IS/E 2m repeater is being worked on as part of upgrading the voter and adding Allstar support.

Our remote receivers for the K6IS/E repeater are currently offline. Only the main receiver in Folsom is active. This means that low power stations may have reduced ability to reach the K6IS/E 2m system. 

The K6IS/W repeater, as well as the 1.25m repeater continue to operate nominally.

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About North Hills Radio Club

The North Hills Radio Club (NHRC) is an amateur (ham) radio club, affiliated with the Sacramento Valley Section of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national organization of ham radio operators. NHRC was organized in 1957, and in 2024, is celebrating 67 years of continuous operation. The club name, North Hills, represents all communities in and near Northern Sacramento County, California.

The primary purpose of the NHRC is to foster, encourage and promote interest in amateur radio, and to further promote the general public interest in radio communication. The NHRC encourages the exchange of ideas and technical information, the processes and techniques of radio communication.

The NHRC sponsors weekly nets on the K6IS repeater, monthly membership meetings, and several yearly events intended to promote education and communication among amateur radio operators as well as public awareness of our activities and of our usefulness during emergencies. Our nets, meetings and events are open to all amateur radio operators as well as the general public.


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