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North American Amateur Radio Repeaters, including the USA and its territories, Canada, and Mexico. Worldwide Amasteur Radio Repeaters, including all countries not listed above. U.S. GMRS Repeaters, including all countries not listed above. " onclick="if (!window.__cfRLUnblockHandlers) return false; return false;" rel="nofollow" data-cf-modified-a3e0f70f1534b9dd2d9d611b-="">. You can help keep...
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MyGMRS.com is a General Mobile Radio Service community where users can search and submit repeaters in their area. MyGMRS.com is the reincarnated version of "The Repeater Resource," a short-term internet project with the intent of listing GMRS repeaters in the United States. As more and more GMRS licensees began to use the site, it was time to expand the project into a full-featured website....
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3D printing is cool, but it always takes some time and nobody wants to spend all the time sitting next to the printer. This is where the Repetier-Informer app enters the scene. This will give you the desired status reports via fast and free push messages to your smartphone and/or tablet. In...
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CRA's mission is to provide amateur repeater services throughout the front range of Colorado, with a focus on reliability, complete coverage, and new technology. The efforts of the CRA shall reflect the needs and desires of its subscribers with respect to coverage, bands, and features provided....
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First – a GPS Repeater System is a device that relays GPS signals to any indoor location that isn’t normally reachable. An outdoor antenna picks up GPS satellite signals from your rooftop, and a coaxial cable carries the signal inside the building to a small, mains-powered, repeater unit. The...
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PAPA Amateur Ham Radio DSTAR Analog Repeater System Southern California. The PAPA System is a member-supported wide-area amateur radio network of inter-linked analog FM, D-STAR, DMR, and System Fusion repeaters, providing extensive coverage of the Southern California region and beyond. We have reliable communications from the border with Mexico to north of Santa Barbara, and from the Arizona...
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Welcome to the Peak Radio Association, located in Corvallis Oregon. We operate the largest communication radio network in Western & Central & Eastern Oregon. Covering all of Interstate 5 and most of highway 101, 97 & 20. Also providing coverage from Redding California, North, through Oregon, to Vancouver/Battle Ground Washington. Please take a moment and read our *Policy* page to learn how we...
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The state of Florida Department of Transportation is continually investigating new IP technologies for use in improving its own voice radio network and to meet its mandate to provide inter-operable communications with other state agencies and public safety entities. Instead of using their live voice radio network as an ongoing test bed for these new IP technologies, the FDOT has partnered with...
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About the Directory: New York Repeater Directory (NYRD) was born in 2003 as an addition to the New England Repeater Directory. It originally included NYC Metro and Long Island, but has expanded to cover eastern New York. The listings are a reflection of each system's true status, regardless of their coordination*. Maintained by local volunteers of the amateur radio community, our data entry...
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Prizes, Fun times for all, Food and refreshments will be done by the Church Youth Group Talk in on 145.170 – 6khz Pl 100.0 Hz tone. Take 35E to Roselawn. Go west to Rice St. Turn Right one block to McCarrons Blvd From Hwy 36 and Rice St. South on Rice To McCarrons Blvd Email NØSBU George n0sbu@arrl.net for more info. At the 16th. MAGIC Tailgate event Dave WAØRKE was the winner of the Grand...
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Main page for the Washington Digital Radio Enthusiasts we site. Welcome to the Washington Digital Radio Enthusiasts amateur radio club web site. This is the home of the WA7DRE affilliated repeater systems located in, and around Spokane, Washington. Feel free to browse around and learn more about our repeaters and club. The WA7DRE amateur radio club is not a club like many other amateur radio...
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About the Directory: New England Repeater Directory (NERD) is the most accurate and up to date amateur radio repeater database available in our region. The listings are a reflection of each system's true status, regardless of their coordination*. Maintained by local volunteers of the amateur radio community, our data entry team instantly enters all changes and additions directly into the master...
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RepeaterFinder is a General Mobile Radio Service community where users can search and submit repeaters in their area. Welcome to RepeaterFinder, the largest General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) repeater directory in the United States! Basic access to this site is provided for free, however we do offer paid subscriptions for extra features and to hide advertisements!
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The Madison Area Repeater Association (MARA) is located in Madison, Wisconsin. MARA is a non-profit organization incorporated under Wisconsin statutes as an amateur radio club. We are affiliated with the Wisconsin Association of Repeaters. MARA operates three 2-meter repeaters in Madison. All repeaters have emergency power. The 147.15/.75 MHz repeater is located on the west side of Madison at a...
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Ham Radio has been proven to be an asset to Home Land Security and Emergency Management as well as Weather Alerts. With hard work and dedication over many years, Northern Indiana has seven very diversified amateur repeaters including Analog, Digital, and one APRS gateway to be a part of your amateur radio adventure. You'll find these repeaters provide amazing coverage, reliable service and some...
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PSE, ARES, public communication, emergency services, ham radio, W7PSE. The PSE ARES weekly Net occurs every Tuesday afternoon at 12:30pm PST on the W7PSE repeater [441.775 (+)PL103.5]. In event of repeater failure: 441.775 simplex or, 147.42 simplex. Visitors are welcome to check in. PSE ARES is a part of the Puget Sound Energy Amateur Radio Group (PSE ARG), the owner and operator of the W7PSE...
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Pyramid Communications manufactures LMR (Land Mobile Radio) communications products, mobile data terminals and mapping software for public safety agencies, utilities and business. Pyramid Communications' Vehicular Repeaters are the most complete line in the industry. Depending on your needs and budget, we have the vehicular repeater for you. The SVR-200, SVR-250, SVR-P250 P25 and the all new...
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The Amateur Radio Relay Group - ARRG - K7RPT Repeater System Affiliated with American Radio Relay League (ARRL). The 444.400 Quantar Experiment has ended. It did help reduce the adjacent channel interference to a good degree, however, we were still getting squelch crashes on the Motorola. The TV station (whom we share antenna space with) added two new high powered digital repeaters for their...
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We’re just this group of guys… you know? Actually, we are a diverse bunch that really enjoys amateur radio. There’s not much of a mystery here. We build repeaters. People use them. We think we are pretty good at it. And we seem to constantly be fixing lightning damage. That’s pretty much our story. We don’t have a formalized “club” and we don’t have organized events. We do have lunch together...
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Sadly we have not had the time to update our website. Two years ago we migrated away from D-Star as we found the technology (the gateway) difficult to support. We did not and still do not have anything against D-Star, for us however it became too much of a problem for us. We have been very heavy in DMR and will continue to do so for as long as we can. The primary goal of the AREA Repeater Group...
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