The Statewide Amateur Radio Network (SARnet) is a network of 35 to 40 linked UHF voice repeaters that serves the State of Florida. The key to what makes SARnet work so well is that this network uses dedicated bandwidth that is separate from the internet.
Receiving on the Lee County NX4Y Repeater in North Fort Myers, Florida on 444.225Mhz. The Statewide Amateur Radio Network (SARnet) is a network of linked UHF voice repeaters that serve the State of Florida. This network uses dedicated bandwidth that is separate from the internet. Statewide connectivity is achieved without the use of any commercial telecommunications services. SARnet does not use the internet, cellular telephones, or land lines. This System is Used for State Wide Emergencies and is Monitored by Florida Emergency Management. Weather Warnings, Damage Reports, and Incident Information can routinely be heard on SARNet. More Information can be found here: SYSTEM INFORMATION - REPEATER MAP - This Stream Maintained By KO4EFS / SWFLTech.Net - The Southwest Florida Technical Team