SJC EMCOMM Freqs
SJC1 - 147.210 + 114.8 Stockton (Stockton Pri)
SJC2 - 146.655 - 100.0 Tracy (County Pri)
SJC3 - 145.210 - 100.0 Tracy (County B/up)
SJC4 - 147.090 + 114.8 Lodi (North Pri)
SJC5 - 146.985 - 100.0 Manteca
SJC6 - 147.165 + 107.2 SDARC
SJC7 - 147.015 + 114.8 Copperopolis
SJC8 - 147.105 + 94.8 Stockton
SJC9 - 146.895 - 114.8 Mt. Oso - Disabled
SJC10 - 444.400 + 114.8 Copperopolis
SJC11 - 444.325 + 94.8 Stockton (Stockton Pri)
SJC12 - 443.825 + 107.2 Mt. Oso
SJC13 - 444.575 + 107.2 Stockton
SJC14 - 444.850 + 114.8 127.3 Tracy 
SJC15 - 444.500 + 114.8 Stockton
LLNL - 146.775 - 100.0 Livermore


TAC1 - 146.550

TAC3 - 146.535
TAC4 - 146.430
TAC6 - 156.565
TAC7 - 146.595
TAC8 - 146.445
All simplex
Disclaimer

Opinions expressed are my own. I hope they are useful, but policies and procedures vary widely from one location and group to another.

What I describe may not work for you and may even be unsafe. Always follow your local policies and procedures!

Also, unless specifically mentioned, this site is about VHF/UHF operations and not HF, which is very often different for very good reasons.

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N5FDL/CEVOL Repeaters

Stockton: 147.210 + N5FDL and 444.500 + K6TRK Both PL 114.8 (linked)

Copperopolis/Gopher Ridge: 147.015 + and 444.400 + N5FDL UHF is Yaesu System Fusion analog and digital — tone on analog only

Mt. Oso: 146.895 - N5FDL and 443.825 + PL 107.2 (not linked)

Tracy: 444.850 + KB6EMK PL 127.3

Affiliated Repeaters

Bear Mtn.: 146.090 + and 444.250 + WB6ASU Both PL 114.8 (linked)

Mt. Delux: 145.210 - PL 100.0 WA6SEK (10mi S of Tracy)

All repeaters are open to all users.

Emergency Communications Overview

Amateur Radio emergency communications in San Joaquin County is organized in multiple ways. There is no longer an ARES group in the county, it’s function has been taken over by California Emergency Volunteers, a not-for-profit founded by N5FDL and others.

CEVOL works with county agencies, hospitals, clinics and other organizations to provide for their emergency communications needs. The group also works with Ripon Fire and the County’s Joint Radio Users Group, comprised of all fire departments in the county except Stockton, Lodi and Manteca.

The group also installs and maintains multiple repeater systems, with the ultimate goal of providing handie-talkie coverage on at least one repeater everywhere in the county. CEVOL also organizes HamCram licensing events and will offers the Oregon ACES emcomm training in Northern California.

Frequency Planning

CEVOL also developers and manages the official Amateur Radio EMCOMM Frequency List for San Joaquin County. It includes repeaters and simplex channels likely to be used during an emergency, providing a standardized name and memory channel for each. Copies of the frequency list, as well as radio programming files, are available on this site.

All Amateurs are encouraged to include this frequency plan in their radios. To make that easier, the plan makes channels 1-20 “user option,” encouraging users to program those channels as they see fit.

How to Get Involved

(This section is being updated)

Contact N5FDL to learn more about Emergency Communications in San Joaquin County.