K9ZEV On-Air Equipment

Miami County Amateur Radio Club, Inc.

 

Simply put, a repeater is an electronic device that receives a radio signal, then retransmits it.

Repeaters are used to extend the range of a transmission using antenna height to its advantage. 

 

ON THE AIR EQUIPMENT:

 Frequency MHz. 

 Transmit Offset 

 CTCSS Tone 

Notes  / Features

VHF Repeater

147.345

+600 kHz

131.8

EchoLink Node: 692641

24/7 Emergency power. 

Located North of Peru on the IPSC tower.

Motorola MSF-5000 repeater with a custom Duplexer.

Arcom Controller.

Audio is fed to Broadcastify.

UHF Repeater

443.175

+5 MHz

131.8

Linked to several North-Central Indiana repeaters.

24/7 Emergency power. 

Located at Miami County EOC (South side of Peru).

Kenwood TKR-820 with built in Duplexer.

Arcom Controller.

Antenna height is approximately 150 Feet.

144.390

Simplex

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APRS - Digi  UPDATED 3-25-18

K9ZEV Digipeater and I-Gate

Rougly 40 Watts at 150 Feet. NE side of EMA tower.

Shares U/V antenna with the UHF repeater. 

 

Tower located at Miami County EOC.