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Repeater Utilization

Nice to see our entire repeater network being utilized! Check-ins for VHF net on 2M, 440, 220, and Echolink.

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Echolink death by Friendly-Fire

Basil found the problem with our Echolink system last Wednesday. Apparently someone installed a conflicting application that had a Hardware Conflict with Echolink. I promised not to do it again …

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Echolink

The Echolink system for the Cady repeater is up and running 24/7, but the link radio is only on for Wednesday Net during the testing phase. You need to be on the Whitelist to connect. Email me if you’d like to be added. Whitelist: AF4PM N7NIX KU7M WA7FUS N4RVE K7NHE KC7WJJ K9QJS K9WRP AE7NA K7BLS […]

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Echolink

At Friday’s meeting Basil and Corky demonstrated the Echolink system which allows club members (and only club members) to connect to the 2m repeater on Cady using a computer or mobile device. This was originally envisioned as a way for members to join the Wednesday night net, but the question now is, how do we […]

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UHF Repeater Update

Peter WA7FUS reported an issue hearing the UHF machine on Cady. I have no problem working it with a handheld, but with winter coming on it seemed like a good time to make a service call, so Ed and I went up the mountain. After a quick physical inspection, we ran a couple of tests: Output Power 30W, […]

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Repeater Dance is Complete

Ed and I moved the 2m D-STAR repeater over to 145.250 now that Bellingham is back on the air on our old pair.  

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An updated Frequency List is now available on this web site reflecting the numerous frequency changes made on October 16th. Also changed are some repeater designations and, notably, the renaming of the 220 repeater on the Mt. Constitution high site. That repeater now shows as RPT-21. Our old 145.25 frequency has been deleted. You can […]

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