Repeaters

FRRL Repeater and ECHO-IRLP Operator Guidelines:


Please be sure to review:
The FRRL Repeater Guidelines  and
The FRRL Echolink / IRLP Operator Guide.

Both are posted here for your convenience.

Files provide by Dick, AH6EZ and Kermit, W9XA

FRRL Repeater Guidelines.pdf FRRL Repeater Guidelines.pdf
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FRRL ECHO-IRLP Operator Guide.pdf FRRL ECHO-IRLP Operator Guide.pdf
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Type : pdf

The FRRL Repeater board members and contact email are listed at the bottom of the Contacts page.

FRRL Repeaters
:

W9CEQ -- 147.210 MHz

     +600 KHz Offset
     103.5 Hz access tone
     Owned by FRRL

W9CEQ -- 444.300 MHz, IRLP Node # 4850
, Echolink Node # 230933
     +5 MHz Offset
     114.8 Hz access tone
     Owned by FRRL


FRRL Digital Voice / Data Repeaters:

W9CEQ_B  D-Star -- 442.10625 MHz (+5.0 MHz offset)
W9CEQ_C  D-Star -- 147.225 MHz (+600 KHz offset)

     FRRL Digital Voice/Data Repeaters
     Contact W9XA for information


Other local area repeaters
:


W9XA/R -- 443.65 MHz
     + 5.0 MHz offset
     114.8 Hz access tone
     Available for club use

W9XA/R -- 224.4 MHz
     -1.6 MHz Offset
     110.9 Hz access tone
     Available for club use

KC9OEM -- 145.470 MHz -- (Primary Kane County SKYWARN / ARES Freq)

     -600 KHz Offset
     103.5 Hz access tone
     Owned by Kane County OEM

KC9OEM -- 444.525 MHz
     +5 MHz Offset
     114.8 Hz access tone
     Owned by Kane County OEM

W9DWP -- Kane County Public Service Repeaters
145.270 MHz, -600 KHz, 107.2 access tone
443.025 MHz, +5 MHz, 114.8 access tone
     Both repeaters are dual mode APCO-25 NAC-293

W9ZGP -- NIARC
147.060 MHz, +600 KHz, 103.5 access tone