From time to time I get questions about the team repeaters, where they’re at, how they work, how long I’ve been working with them, etc. Here are some frequently asked questions: Q: Who is the repeater trustee and what is… Read moreRepeater Trustee Q&A 7/11/2020
Like a lot of radio groups, we jumped on the opportunity for an inexpensive, modern repeater to upgrade our older crystal controller GE Mastr II and Motorola MSR2000 commercial base stations. Yaesu offered what seemed like a deal too good… Read moreNoise, Noise and more Noise – Adventures in Repeater Filtering
Good day all, an update on the upgrade of our Wilderness Repeaters (aka North Command (146.780) and North Operations (444.725). The goal being to replace the aging and damaged equipment thus allowing a more efficient operation and much better handheld… Read more146.780-/444.725+ Repeater Update 10/22/2019
Boise’s DMR repeater has been busy with chatter the last few days since it came back online. Thanks again to Al, WA7GSK, Fred KE7FIX and the group at Gem State Communications for bringing it back on to the DMR MARC… Read moreBoise, Idaho DMR/MotoTRBO Amateur Repeater Codeplugs!
What is Project Preparedness 2014? Valleywide REACT is taking on the task of deploying Digital Mobile Radio, also known as DMR or MotoTRBO, repeaters throughout our impact area in Southwest Idaho and Eastern Oregon to provide for: – Resilient emergency… Read moreProject Preparedness 2014
Looks like the 10V Regulator Card in the VHF repeater was swapped while on the site last weekend. As a result, I had to modify it to match up with the “repeater station” circuit needed to prevent the repeater from… Read more10V Regulator Card Modified
On 2/7/09, Russ, N7SMA & AJ, K6LOR met up to realign the 147.080+ Mastr II VHF repeater that was previously up on Wilderness Ridge. We are happy to report that, after some interesting “tail chasing”, the VHF repeater now sits… Read more147.080+ Repeater Realigned