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    Default New York 10 Meter Repeater

    10:45 PM and the 10 meter repeater in New York is doing great,

    29.620 Negative with a PL of 146.2
    The universe is a pretty big place. If it's just us, seems like an awful waste of space.


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    Quote Originally Posted by W6GQ View Post
    10:45 PM and the 10 meter repeater in New York is doing great,

    29.620 Negative with a PL of 146.2
    Heard it around midnight about a month ago. My antenna was a ground-mounted 1/4 wave. I could even key it up with 100W. Not bad for FM and 1200 miles away, although the repeater is up in the mountains in upstate NY and has quite a height advantage.
    Fred

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    Quote Originally Posted by W6GQ View Post
    10:45 PM and the 10 meter repeater in New York is doing great,

    29.620 Negative with a PL of 146.2
    I have heard these on my Ratshack 10 meter rig and it drives me nuts not to be able to use it to try to hit the repeater.
    73 de w8nsi/nnn0uzw jim

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    Default KQ2H repeater system, in and around NYC, NY

    I hear it pretty consistently here in NW Missouri, every day, usually in the mornings and evenings.

    I did a google on it, and it does have a website. The 10 meter machine is part of a linked network on 2 and 70cm into the Big Apple, and the 10 meter transmitter runs about 1200 watts output, so I guess it makes its own Sporadic-E clouds.

    Gary WA7KKP

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