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SCETV Engineers installed a new DMR repeater at Chester, South Carolina today The repeater transmits on 440.5750 MHz and receives on 445.5750 MHz with color code 1. Engineering will be conducting coverage analysis with enhanced coverage expected in the near future. Talk group information can be found under Digital, Repeater System/Frequencies and Talk Groups in…. The Wallace UHF (Charleston)...
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As we approach a new year I would like to let you know that we have had a very busy year and have completed many projects and helped support many groups with their repeater projects. As your President I would like to announce that we are growing and The Society really appreciates all your support...
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The Amateur Radio Relay Group - ARRG - K7RPT Repeater System Affiliated with American Radio Relay League (ARRL). At the Sept 10th, ARRG Board meeting, it was decided to change 442.225 and 444.400 back over to 100.0Hz tone (the tone we have filed with ORRC and Repeater Directory. While there might...
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Reference maps showing Arizona Repeaters on 6, 2 , & 1.25 Meters 70, 33, & 23 Centimeters Bands. I have been working on this project first as a data submitter since 2000, as a brand new Ham full of excitement and enthusiasm, checking the unidentified or unverified listings on the web page...
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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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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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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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Currently the club operates several repeater stations from Heliograph Peak. Heliograph is located south of Safford, Arizona at an elevation of 10,028 amsl. 146.90 PL 141.3 is the original repeater sponsored by EAARS. We also have a UHF repeater on 447.825 PL 141.3 and 100.0. These repeaters are not tied into the EAARS network. Click below link for information regarding the EAARS Network system...
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Coordination policies are also made or revised at the repeater owners meeting. The FCC gives preference to coordinated repeaters in interference situations (part 97.205), so it is to the advantage of anyone wishing to construct a repeater in the Amateur Radio Service to avail him or herself of the work of a NFCC certified coordinator serving the area where the repeater will be located. The...
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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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Members that wish to get their own e-mail address@winetwork.org need to send Annual Membership Fee $25.00 via PayPal and contact sysop@winetwork.org for set up. Your Tax Deductible Donations are graciously accepted to help maintain this amateur linked communications system. VE Testing team is now available for testing candidates for all classes of Amateur Licenses. Please give your callsign...
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Our monthly club meeting is conducted on the first Thursday of every month @ 7pm in the Fellowship Hall at the First Christian Church in downtown Bartlesville. The church address is: 520 S Osage Ave, Bartlesville, OK. Entrance to the Fellowship Hall is on the east side of the church. Meetings are open to the public you do not need to be a member to attend. The BARC hosts two VHF repeaters and...
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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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Suburban UHF Amateur Repeater Society. UHF Analog, P25 and DSTAR repeaters in Northeast Illinois. The next general membership get together will be Field Day on June 23rd & 24th . See the announcements page for exact date and directions. Dues are due. You can pay by paypal here or send a check to Kirby W8DCD our treasurer. The Next Ham Breakfast will be TBA, at the Golden Corral in Algonquin.
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The Official Website for the South Texas Amateur Repeater Society. For over thirty years, STARS has provided quality amateur radio communications in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. The W5RGV website is for the ham radio community and by the ham radio community. With the help of many different hams W5RGV will continue to keep the amateur radio community updated. STARS continually strives to promote...
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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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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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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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