W8AIC 146.7600 MHz Central Ohio Severe Weather Net
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Note that all RadioReference streams have an unavoidable delay, due to buffering, of approximately 50+secs from live transmission to the internet stream. If you hear a report of severe weather approaching your vicinity, please note that the information you're hearing is likely one minute or more old, which could be a significant delay during a severe weather event.
Please contact me via Broadcastify.com if you have any problems with reception or volume. This feed is not provided by the Central Ohio Radio Club which runs the W8AIC repeater. Please do not contact the radio club with problems regarding this feed.
The Central Ohio Severe Weather Network is the Central Ohio Amateur Radio section net for the National Weather Service office located in Wilmington, Ohio. Providing real-time weather spotter reports for the following counties: Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Hocking, Licking, Madison, Pickaway, Ross and Union.
To relay this station to Broadcastify, an HTX-202 tuned to 146.76MHz (with 123Hz PL/CTCSS) is fed to a Raspberry Pi, which streams to Broadcastify. It's backed-up by UPS to handle brief power outages, and internet connectivity is provided by cable modem with LTE backup.