KD3Y Posted February 3 Share Posted February 3 (edited) Welcome to North Carolina. If you are ever visiting "down east" as the locals call it, you will have access to the 2-meter/70-cm linked repeater system. Our club also has a 6-meter repeater and a digital repeater on the same tower. Our club-owned repeater for Carteret County is located on the 360-foot tower beside WalMart in Morehead City and is open to the public with the following settings. I get several contacts every summer from tourists who are visiting the Crystal Coast. Last year it was a tourist who was visiting from Raleigh and was on an upper floor of his hotel with his HT trying to see whom he could contact. Another time there was a Navy pilot from Princeton who was underway. He sent me a cool Navy Aviation QSL card! If GMRS is your thing, the Newport GMRS repeater is located on the tower in Newport and has a 40+ mile coverage area. Our W4YMI digital repeater is on the air at 444.975 MHz (+), color code 1. The area 2-meter analog repeater (K4GRW) operates on 145.450 MHz with an offset of - 0.6, tone 100. The area 70-centimeter analog repeater (W3ENK) operates on 444.825 MHz with an offset of +5, tone 88.5. The area 6-meter repeater (KF4IXW) operates on 53.090 MHz with an offset of -1, tone 162.2. 73 de Anthony, KD3Y VP, Carteret County Amateur Radio Society Edited February 3 by KD3Y 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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