Our 70cm repeater is up and fully functional.
It is available for use by the public. Give it a try.
Rx 443.000, Tx 448.000
The repeater squelch codes have been changed. They are now DTCS 026 for both transmit and receive. The squelch tail has also been shortened. These changes have improved repeater performance.
The International Space Station now has a repeater available for all hams to use whenever the ISS is line of sight. Talk about antenna height! Rx 437.800, Tx 145.990, PL 65. Google ISS Tracker and there are several sites listed that will give you sighting opportunities.
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To promote interest in and the advancement of amateur radio, and electronics in general
To promote a good relationship between The American Legion members who are licensed radio amateurs and the public through public service activities
To participate in activities involving or for amateur radio
To be prepared to respond in cases of declared emergencies or disasters, and to offer amateur radio communications where necessary