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The TP Radio BS2000 Base Station repeaters are designed for VHF & UHF, two-way voice and data communication. The BS2000 comes in different frequency bands 68-88, 136-174 & 335-470 MHz and it works in continuous operation under harsh climatic conditions. The design of the BS2000 VHF/UHF repeater is modular and the cabinets are designed to house different modules as transceivers, I/O interface,...
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Your source for Amateur Ham, LMR & Commercial radio. Great customer service RoIP Linking Networking Radios Repeaters Controllers LTR UHF VHF 220 MHz and more. Dedicated to providing easy-to-use, affordable, reliable, and feature-rich communications equipment for the Commercial and Amateur Land Mobile Radio Industry. We design and manufacture many of the products we offer. We also offer products...
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What is SARnet?The Statewide Amateur Radio Network (SARnet) is a network of linked UHF voice repeaters that serves the State of Florida. The repeaters are operated by their local trustees and the network that connects them together does not interfere with. The state of Florida Department of...
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The Texas VHF-FM Society is a non-profit organization tasked with frequency coordination and establishing standards for repeaters throughout the state of Texas. Texas repeater directories are available. Please use the shopping cart ICON to open a new window. This General Membership meeting will...
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This is the official verified source of Dallas and Fort Worth repeater frequencies! There are a lot of printed, on-line and other repeater directories. What makes this one unique is the frequencies are actually verified. Many of the repeaters listed in other directories are non-working. Plus...
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RepeaterGear.net professional quality gear for industrial, public safety and amateur radio. Custom built communication transportable systems, wireless networks including 4.9GHz, 900MHz NLOS, 2.4GHz, 5.8GHz as well as VHF, UHF and Satellite connectivity. Communications … the act or process of communicating. Experience within the Commercial Land Mobile Communications industry since 1980 along...
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Public Codes and the Emergency * 911 auto patch on the UHF system is available on the full time Link through all of the participating repeaters. Other features include a Private Auto Patch and other Private functions by members only. The system is an open repeater system for use at anytime by any licensed amateur and the auto patch can be used with the assistance of a control operator if one...
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Oh, one last point. These radios are far less expensive than the Mother "M" radios I use. I purchased the EF Johnson radios at the Melbourne Ham Fest this past October and I am very impressed with the EF Johnson mobile & portable radios. If you want to get into P-25 and enjoy the superior audio quality of Digital Communications, then the above radios would be a good place to start. Who knows,...
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T-MARC is The Mid-Atlantic Repeater Council. T-MARC coordinates Amateur VHF and UHF repeater operations to keep interference problems to a minimum. The areas of responsibility include the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, Northern Virginia and the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. We have a number of email addresses that came back as undeliverable or have no current address at all.
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These frequencies are what the repeaters use. For example, the Sioux Falls UHF transmits on 444.825 so you’d have to listen on that frequency and transmit on 449.825. (Updated 02/05/2016). Listen Live through a scanner in Sioux Falls. You may also hear other Sioux Falls repeaters. Click on the repeaters below for more info.
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He East County Repeater Association (ECRA) is a non-profit membership organization that provides both member and non-member licensed amateur radio operators access to a family of professional quality VHF and UHF repeaters, located on most major San Diego and Imperial County mountain tops.  for use by any properly licensed ham radio operators. Some systems have special features, like remote...
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When requesting coordination for a new system, please see our forms elsewhere on this website. Scan and email all the necessary documents to the appropriate email address. Feel free to email us to check status on your filings, or for questions regarding a specific coordination. If you would like to update your contact information (new mailing address, email address, phone number, etc.) contact...
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Repeater information was last updated 03-Feb-2016. The ORSI board voted to list all coordinations, where a trustee requested non-publication, we will only publish the frequency, city, county, coordination date and update dates. Then show it as a closed access repeater. This Oklahoma database was published here as of 03-Feb-2016. The database is sent to the ARRL for use in their annual edition...
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A networked set of UHF and VHF amateur radio repeaters owned and sponsored by WA3BXW, covering eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and eastern Maryland. The system uses the club call W3BXW. From WA3BXW: "I would like to thank all those participated in race communications during the MS 150 bike race held the weekend of September 29 and 30th, 2007. The Greater Delaware Valley Chapter of...
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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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The Manitoba Repeater Society Inc. (MRS) is a non-profit organization. Its objective is to promote amateur radio through FM communications on VHF and UHF frequencies. MRS maintains an extensive linked repeater systems throughout Southern Manitoba. The system covers from Bruxelles in the west to Falcon Lake in the east and Gimli in the north to Morris in the south. By offering mutual linking...
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You are about to be redirected to our RFI Australian website. The majority of products offered on this site are available in the United Kingdom but please contact our EMEA sales office to determine price and availability. Bicester Innovation Centre. Wireless Repeaters – VHF, UHF & GSM Repeater - RFI EMEA.
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The WAN repeater system is a network of linked repeaters using the AllStar Link technology. AllStar is similar to the all familiar EchoLink and IRLP, using the Internet to connect multiple repeaters together, however, AllStar has many advantages over these other systems. By using wider bandwidth and higher dynamic range, the audio throughput is better than any other popular technology. The...
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There are now 7 D-STAR systems (10 repeaters) on the air in the state of Indiana (Indianapolis, Lafayette, Fishers, Muncie, Marion, Bloomington and Fort Wayne. Most locations and sometimes all are connected together via REF 24B. (UHF ports in Indy, Lafayette, & Bloomington). W9ICE ham amateur radio club experimenters repeater vhf contest indianapolis carmel indiana irlp ice D-Star. ( connected...
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Been several month's since I've been able to participate. Anyone else having any luck? Hopefully before May I'll have my tower/antennas up, and can rejoin the fun - Ben-ne5B Instead of a formal net where everyone contacts net control, we have an "Operating Event". The main purpose is to focus our energy and get as many folks on the air at the same "Time" and "Frequency" to make for higher...
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