Forsyth Amateur Radio Club Repeaters
Information and Operational Status for the Three Repeaters Operated by the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club
|Frequency||145.470 MHz||146.640 MHz||444.275 MHz|
|Offset||-0.6 MHz||-0.6 MHz||+5 MHz|
|PL Tone||100 Hz||100 Hz||100 Hz|
|Echolink Node Info||Node: 420473
|Coverage Area||Reduced from original Wide Area Coverage of about 80 miles. See Comments below||Line of Sight~~25 miles||Line of Sight~~10 miles|
|Operational Status||Operational||Operational but see comments below||Operational|
|Comments||Repeater has been temporarily moved from Sauratown Mtn. to an alternate location due to construction at Sauratown Mtn. Antenna Coverage Area has been reduced as a result. NOTE: The 145.47 repeater will be taken down for maintenance beginning Friday (11 May) at 10am. The repeater will be down for updates, duplexer adjustment and other maintenance. Stay tuned for info on when the repeater will be put back into operation.||Some interference issues to be resolved||None|
Active Nets on the FARC Repeaters
The Vagabond Net is held Monday through Friday at 2:30pm on the 147.315 MHz (T 100) repeater. Click on the Vagabond Net tab on the left for more information.
The ARES net is held each Thursday at 8:30pm on the 147.315 MHz (T 100) repeater. Backup repeaters for the ARES net are the 145.47 MHz (T 100) and 146.64 MHz (T 100) repeaters. Click on the Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) tab on the left for more information.