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    Default Amateur P25 Repeater Listing

    Let's use this thread to track Amateur P25 Repeater Installations.

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    NAC/CTCSS
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    Let's keep the thread on topic so the listings are easy to find without having to slog through a bunch of off topic posts.

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    Default Edgar, Ontario, Canada

    Edgar, Ontario
    147.2850/147.8850
    NAC 293/CTCSS 156.7hz (will pass any NAC)
    VA3IMB
    Linked to 444.450Mhz repeater in Toronto

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    Default Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    444.4500/449.4500
    NAC 293/CTCSS 103.5hz
    VE3URU
    Linked to VA3IMB repeater in Edgar

    146.6100/146.0100
    NAC 293/CTCSS 103.5hz
    VE3URU

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    Default Berkely, Ontario, Canada

    145.290/144.690
    NAC 293/CTCSS 156.7hz
    VA3CAX

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    Default North East FL / South East Georgia

    Jacksonville, FL
    444.200 / 449.200
    NAC A55 / PL 127.3
    MDC1200 PTT ID Welcome
    525' over the river

    Kingsland, GA
    444.625 / 449.625
    NAC 293 / PL 118.8
    800'

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    Pennsylvania, USA

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    444.6500/449.6500
    NAC 293/CTCSS 131.8hz
    W3VC - Carnegie Tech Radio Club
    Analog side linked to 145.19/144.59 CTCSS 131.8hz repeater except during certain events (link status indicated with presence of "system" suffix upon voice ID)

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    Columbus, Ohio
    W8DIG
    443.650 / 448.650
    $293/179.9Hz

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    Papillion, Nebraska (Omaha Metro-Area)
    146.715/146.115
    NAC293
    WB0EMU
    Linked: 145.235/442.725 (both wide-area analog w/SpectraTAC voting)
    Sarpy County Emergency Management Agency - Severe weather network.

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    Center City Philadelphia , PA
    443.100/448.100 pl131.8/pl203.5 P25 NAC293. MDC1200 Welcome.
    Last edited by SJS44; May 19, 2012 at 11:02 PM.

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    Moscows Ham Astro25 Repeater work

    Motorola Quantar R1 UHF 110W

    RX 444.7875 NAC EAE - TX 438.700 NAC EAE

    Only ASTRO

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    Hi I am new here, but let me add...

    K6CCC, Mt. Thom, Glendale California, covers Los Angeles basin.

    Rx 445.3800 NAC CCC Tx 440.3800 NAC CCC

    Analog operation with 100.0 PL Tx and Rx but is primarily for City of Glendale ARS and CalEMA emergency ops.
    P25 is open for all amateurs, but run your Rx in mixed mode to avoid stepping on analog priority traffic.

    http://www.k6ccc.org/k6ccc-r.html

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    All repeaters are Quantars or Quantros running in mixed mode:



    Coverage Location Frequency NAC PL Offset
    Seattle KOMO Tower Queen Anne 444.525 293 141.3 +5
    Seattle Beacon Hill 440.525 293 141.3 +5
    Seattle KCTS Tower Capitol Hill 442.875 293 141.3 +5
    Snohomish King Lake Microwave Tower 443.125 293 156.7 +5
    Skagit Lyman Tower Site 444.500 293 103.5 +5

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    Oklahoma:

    Newcastle, OK
    444.675/449.675
    NAC 293/CTCSS 192.8

    Oklahoma City, OK
    444.200/449.200
    NAC 293/CTCSS 167.9

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    Anderson Sc
    443.7125+ nac 293 (pl 127.3)

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    I love your NAC...MY initials...THANKS for the notoriety!

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    Morris Illinois sw of chicago
    147.870 in
    147.270 out
    pl 107.2
    nac 293 p25 and analog

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    Illinois is one of the more technically advanced states; they maintain a digital systems list for P25 and DSTAR repeaters in the state. The state's amateur radio frequency coordination body, the Illinois Repeater Association (IRA), has a webpage with a public list of systems for the state.

    Here's a link: http://www.ilra.net/DirDigital.html

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    In the interest of making this thread easy to get data from, any chance we could have another post that is only editable by a moderator, and have it updated every time someone posts a new one in here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durchschnitt View Post
    In the interest of making this thread easy to get data from, any chance we could have another post that is only editable by a moderator, and have it updated every time someone posts a new one in here?
    That sounds like a good idea. I'll work on it later tonight.

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    Every repeater listed in this thread has now been posted on the repeater directory thread. It is locked. I will edit it when someone submits a new repeater on this thread. Please remember to include the input and output (figuring out offsets on 2 meters is a pain in the ass), NAC code, CTCSS if the repeater is set up for mixed mode, the location and the callsign.

    Thanks.

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    luls never going to see this one posted on Radioreference:

    Pasadena, TX
    443.375/448.375
    NAC 293/103.5 PL
    40W Quantro @ 140' AGL. Digital side is local repeat-only. Analog side is used as a hub repeater for:
    145.25/167.9 (Pasadena, TX)
    147.24/103.5 (SW Houston, citywide coverage)
    224.4/103.5 (Seabrook, TX)
    53.11/141.3 (Channelview, TX)
    147.16/88.5 (College Station, TX, linked via AllStar)
    and a couple of other sh!tbox repeaters that I won't lay claim to.
    AllStar Node 27392

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    N3ITA, Frederick, MD
    442.8 / 447.8
    NAC 797 - (PL 79.7 for analog)
    1760' ASL (pretty high since most of the area is ~300')
    Boomboy64
    Ottawa, Ontario

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    Los Alamos, New Mexico

    WD9CMS/R

    1 - 444.775/449.775
    NAC 293/PL 131.8
    ECHOLINK NODE 241800

    2 - 927.900/902.900
    NAC 293/PL 131.8

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    Mauna Loa, HI (8500' elev): 146.820- CTCSS: 100.0 NAC: BAD
    Hilo, HI: 444.725+ CTCSS: 123.0 NAC: BAD
    Honolulu, HI: 444.725+ CTCSS: 123.0 NAC: BAD

    Allstar Linked to the WIN System; P25 takes priority over conventional communications.

    All are open repeaters, everyone is welcome to use.

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    Sydney, Australia:-

    VK2RWS - Located in the Northern end of the Sydney basin at Berowra.
    438.275Mhz output, 432.875Mhz input.
    91.5Hz analog access, P25 NAC 0x293
    Linked to VK2RWK at Kurrajong in both P25 and analog.

    VK2RWK - Located at Kurrajong, North West Sydney region.
    439.825Mhz output 434.825Mhz input.
    91.5Hz analog access, P25 NAC 0x293
    Linked to VK2RWS at Berowra in both P25 and analog.

    VK2ROT - Paddington (Sydney Inner city) - 438.575Mhz output, 433.575Mhz input.
    91.5Hz analog access, P25 NAC 0x293

    VK2RMB - Terrey Hills, North Sydney, 438.175Mhz output, 433.175Mhz Input.
    91.5Hz analog access, P25 NAC 0x293

    VK2RAH - Razorback, 439.875 output, 434.875Mhz input.
    91.5Hz analog access, P25 NAC 0x293