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DFMA Repeaters

Hillsborough
147.225+ PL:82.5
224.260 -
443.1375+ DMR

TV Hill
145.450 - PL:82.5
444.100+ PL:82.5

VA Hospital
444.450+ PL:100.0

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VA Repeater Back Up - PL Required Print E-mail
Written by NC4CD   
Tuesday, 21 February 2017 14:58

On Monday, February 6, the DFMA 444.450 repeater went back on the air at the Durham VA Hospital!

The new VA repeater is just a basic 440 MHz. repeater (a Kenwood TKR-850 just like the repeaters at Hillsborough and TV Hill). It does not have the 100 watt PA like we have at the other repeater sites. Also, there is no autopatch.

The repeater antenna is on the tower on the roof of the VA. The repeater has a simple controller which provides a few voice ID messages, timers, courtesy tones, and control via a separate receiver if the repeater should fail and need to be shut off.

There is one new feature on the 444.450 repeater. It requires users to send a PL tone of 100.0 Hz to access the repeater. No 100 Hz tone, no repeater! It’s time to program all your radios to encode 100.0 Hz on your 449.450 transmitter. It’s ok to get out the manuals for the radios to remember how to change the programming of your radios. While you are programming all your radios, go ahead and program PL encode of 82.5 Hz for the 147.825-147.225 repeater at Hillsborough and both the 144.85-145.45 and 449.1-444.1 repeaters at TV Hill. We have not turned on PL decode at Hillsborough and TV Hill but we will be doing so in the near future. While these three repeaters are carrier access, it will not be a problem if you have the 82.5 PL encode programmed on those memories.

When you get the PL tones programmed in your radios, the only thing remaining to do is to pick up the mike and talk on the repeaters.

If you click on the last line of the "DFMA Repeaters" entry at the left margin of this page, you can get a compact summary of the DFMA repeater info and more repeater stuff.



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