Mt Ogden Repeater Update
The 146.90 repeater, on Mt Ogden, now uses a DCS
squelch of 125.
In order to use this repeater, it will be necessary to reprogram your radio.
You will notice a few things about it use. You cannot kerchunk this repeater. It will come up, but you will not hear it. The squelch tail at the end of your transmission is gone.
When someone talks on the repeater, the moment they let go of the mic button, the signal goes away on your radio. Instead of the noise, it will just sound silent.
If you look at your S meter on your radio, you see that there is still a signal there for a moment, but you will not hear it.
Also, as long as you do not have tone squelch turned on, on your radio, you can still hear the repeater, but you will just not be able talk to it until you reprogram it.
New to the Mt Ogden Repeater is WIRESX function. Refer to the "WiresX" footnote (**) below for operational instructions to "Connect" with and "Disconnect" from WiresX.
Mike Fullmer, KZ7O Scott Willis, KD7EKO
OARC Club Repeaters ... MAP
OARC Repeater Site ... Photos
Windy weather at the Mt Ogden repeater site
|FREQUENCY (-/+ OFFSET)||PL TONE / CTCSS / DCS||LOCATION||OWNER|
|448.600 (- offset) Yaesu Fusion digital/FM compatible||PL 123.0||Mount Ogden||Operational - Club activity "talk-in"|
|146.900 (- offset) Yaesu Fusion digital/FM compatible||DCS 125||Mount Ogden||Operational - w/ WIRESX *|
|448.575 (- offset)||PL 100.0||Little Mountain||Operational - autopatch discontinued|
|146.820 (- offset) Yaesu Fusion digital/FM compatible||PL 123.0||Little Mountain||Operational|
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