With amateur radio, there is a lot of things that one can do. A great place to start is using a local repeater, whether it be our machine or one from a surrounding county. Here you can socialize with local hams, participate in nets, stay informed, get answers to your questions, and make new friends. Please be respectful of the rules set by the FCC, the owners of the individual repeaters, and other hams. Tune in, listen, and get the drill down before you hit that PTT button.
|W8VP||146.850MHz-||PL 91.5||Autopatch, Emergency Power, CAT300|
The + after repeater frequency indicates a standard positive transmit offset
The – after repeater frequency indicates a standard negative transmit offset
This information is up-to-date as of May 12th, 2018