Accessing a Ham Radio Repeater

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  1. KB1THM

    KB1THM Ham Member QRZ Page

    GBARC Presents Accessing a Ham Radio Repeater



    I'll show you how to connect your radio to a repeater and make a contact! The process is the same for all analog repeaters. Our repeater system is located in Bridgeport, CT. VHF: 146.445MHz, UHF: 441.700MHz. Antennas are up about 300ft ASL. Coverage includes most of Fairfield county, the Long Island sound, Long Island, and all the way down to New York City!
    Visit our website at www.gbarc.net Join our email reflector, join GBARC on groups.io Our weekly net at 8pm EST every thursday. Anyone is invited to join.
    Visit www.441700.org for more info about this repeater system and how it works. There are some details and pictures of the equipment there if you are interested!
    Thanks for watching, more videos are on the way.
     

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