Repeater Coverage Maps
Below are links to coverage maps that I have created using cloudrf.com. Understand that these are projections. The best test is actually do it with a radio. These are created to see what things could look like.
The scale to the right is the dbm scale. -120 is about where your squelch should open depending on your receiver sensitivity. A clear signal without noise is more around the green and yellow and red is very strong.
29.600 PL 100.0 -120 dBm 1 watt on fence post (original setup)
29.600 50 watt on fence post (Original setup)
29.640 PL100.0 50 watt -120 dBm 40 ft on North side of tower (Current setup)
29.640 PL 100.0 1 watt -120 dBm 40 ft on North side tower (Current setup)
10m FM 29.54 rx only @ BERA 50 watts 40 ft (Current setup)
10m FM 29.54 rx only @ BERA 1 watt 40 ft (Current setup)
Armstrong 6 meters 53.050 TX Site PL 131.8 -120 dBm 140 watt -
Jonestown VHF 147.225 voter
Below are some Coverage Maps I made of some sites. Feel free to take a look at. They are KMZ files and should open with Google Earth. There may be other programs that open them as well.
BERA is the Bald Eagle Repeater Association where 147.090, 443.050, 52.490, 444.900 and 462.675 are located.
Jacks Hollow, Shrivers, Waterville, Huntersville, Armstrong are county sites where 145.150, 145.350, 145.450, 145.330 are located.
W3LHU is south of Lock Haven and is where the 146.475 repeater is.
W3AHS is the Williamsport High School 147.300
444.700 Main site is also where the 146.760 is located in Black Moshannon.
If you have questions about something, email: maps at kb3awq dot com