KB3AWQ Repeater

W3AHS Dot COM / KB3AWQ Dot COM  - Williamsport, PA Amateur Radio Repeater W3AHS 147.300 and KB3AWQ Repeater 444.900

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W3AHS 147.300 + PL 151.4 hz

is RF linked by a UHF radio and CAT-300 Controller to

KB3AWQ 444.900 + PL 173.8 hz

is linked by CAT-200 controller to

 51.520 FM Simplex PL 173.8 

The PL tone is on both receive and transmit on all equipment so feel free to program it in that way.

W3AHS-R Echolink Node # 277377  is RF linked into the mix also.

No matter which frequency you talk on you will come out on the others.  To hear a person on 6 meters talking, you need to be in range to hear them directly or talk to them on one of the linked repeaters or Echolink.

Williamsport, PA - Lycoming County - FN11lf58

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The 444.900 Repeater is two Kenwood TK-8180 Mobiles using Wacom BPBR duplexers and a Diamond X-50A antenna with 1/2 inch hardline.

The 6 meter radio is a Kenwood TK-6110 turned down to 50 watts, using LMR-400 and a Ringo AR-6 antenna.

  Echolink on the system comes from KB3AWQ's home using a radio hooked up to a computer.

A CAT-200 controller is being used of 444.900 and the link port is connected to the 6 meter radio.

When a signal comes from 6 meters you with hear 2 beeps s a courtesy beep.  You will hear 1 beep when it comes from 147.300 or 444.900 and if the link is off there will be no beeps.

User Codes

6 Meter Link OFF enter 7910

6 Meter Link ON enter 7911

6 meter Link Receive Only enter 7912

DTMF Keypad test enter 375 followed by what you want to test.

Echolink -  enter the node number to connect to

Echolink enter 73 to disconnect node that is connected to.

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  Support of the hobby and this system.  Since inception in 2001 we have not had dues paying membership as the plan was to keep things going by donation since thats how it all began anyway. Donations are always welcome as there are some expenses as the site for the 6 meter and UHF repeater site is not free and of course neither is equipment to be fixed or upgraded. Contact KB3AWQ for more information.

News and Old News

12/11/15 - The 444.900 Repeater now has a Advanced Receiver Research P432VDG Preamp - working very well

12/9/17 - Kenwood TK-6110 installed for 6 meters

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Last Updated 12/13/17