System Overview

1. A two meter repeater on 147.165 MHz - WB2RRA/R

 

2. A two meter repeater on 147.105 MHz - N2JTI/R

  •  Input 600 Khz above on 147.705 MHz.

  •  Requires 114.8 Hz PL

  •  An NHRC 3/M2 controller which contains all of the logic associated with repeater timing & IDing,

  •  A GE MastrII repeater running 15 watts.

  •  Covers southern Orange County.

 

3. A two meter repeater on 145.170 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

4. A two meter repeater on 146.460 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

5. A 440 MHz repeater on 443.850 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

6. A 440 MHz repeater on 449.875 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

7. A six meter repeater on 53.370 MHz - N2ACF/R

  •  Fully linked to the 443.850 repeater as well as the  449.875, 449.275, 448.225, 449.125, 441.950, 444.850, 444.450, 445.125, 447.800, 446.125, 223.820, 927.850 145.170, & 29.640 repeaters.

  •  A High power Motorola Micor transmitter running 330 watts output.

  •  Covers the Eastern half of the U.S when the band is open!

  •  Requires 114.8 Hz PL

 

8. A ten meter repeater on 29.640 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

9. A 220 MHZ  repeater on 223.820 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

10. A 900 MHZ  repeater on 927.850 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

11. A 440 MHZ  repeater on 444.450 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

12. A 440 MHZ  repeater on 445.125 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

13. A 440 MHZ  repeater on 447.800 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

14. A 440 MHZ  repeater on 444.850 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

15. A 440 MHZ  repeater on 441.950 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

16. A 440 MHZ  repeater on 446.125 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

17. A 440 MHz repeater on 449.275 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

18. A 440 MHz repeater on 448.225 MHz - N2ACF/R

 

19. A 440 MHz repeater on 449.125 MHz - N2ACF/R