DFMA Repeaters

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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A broad, catch all, category used when there is nothing more specific.

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# Web Link Hits
1   Link   UALR Callsign Lookup
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Amateur Radio Club lookup services. Updated daily from FCC site. Seems more up-to-date then some other services.
2   Link   Nick England\'s Ham FAQ
Contains a wealth of info on the Triangle Ham Scene. A few things are out of date, but still a real resource!
3   Link   FCC
Great place for amateur radio information.
4   Link   Possum Trot Net
The longest running and largest net run on the DFMA's repeater.
5   Link   Classic Exchange - CX
CX is a low key contest for older radios (Boat Anchors) Web site shows announcements of future conteste, newsletters on past contests, and pictures of shacks and operators
6   Link   QRZ data base
Call sign look up (name & QTH); Ham news; On-line swap meet; Practice exams; License information data base
7   Link   Coax FAQ
Answers to common questions re coax for hams (from email from W4BOH)
8   Link   Battery Equivalnce Info
A wealth of information on small batteries used in radios and other electronic/electrical devices
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