Technical Chairperson

KCRA Repeater Systems Coordination Updated

We are pleased to report that one of the more difficult (club related) tasks I’ve had to do is now complete. Our 2m repeater, KC2RA on 146.430 MHz (+1MHz, PL 136.5) has had its coordination updated and approved reflecting our moving the repeater back to Brooklyn. Additionally our new (ish) UHF WG2MSK D-Star repeater on 445.475 MHz (-5MHz, RPT1=WG2MSK B, RPT2= WG2MSK G) met with no objections to both the NOPC #16 filing to neighboring coordination bodies and MetroCor locally, and is now fully coordinated.

 

I would like to thank Jim, KC2LEB; Phil, K2RUH; Vinny, KB2PSI; and MetroCor for their help.

Click “Read More” to view the coordination documentation.

 

To view the MetroCor issued proof of coordination for KC2RA, click HERE.

To view the MetroCor issued proof of coordination for WG2MSK, click HERE.

 

The following are disabled until certain sensitive information can be redacted.

To view the application for coordination containing the parameters of operation for KC2RA, click HERE.

To view the application for coordination containing the parameters of operation for WG2MSK, click HERE.

 

To view the list of MetroCor coordinated 2m repeaters, click HERE.

To view the list of MetroCor coordinated 70cm repeaters, click HERE.

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