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Stanley ND, PHHRA / KØPHH 146.790- & 443.250+ on the air.

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Clubs' started by KB0CIR, Jan 9, 2016.

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  1. KB0CIR

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    If you are in or traveling through Northwest North Dakota, along US Highway 2 or ND Highway 8, both of the Prairie Hills Ham Radio Association / KØPHH Repeaters are now on the air. The Repeaters are located on the Midstate Telephone / Verizon Cell Phone tower 3 miles southwest of Stanley ND, which is located at the junction of US Highway 2 & ND Highway 8. The frequencies are 146.790 - and 443.250 +. These are OPEN REPEATERS with NO CTCSS Tone needed. The .79 has been up since September & I just got the .25 installed on 30 December, 2015. Both of these repeaters are part of the LiTZ Priority Alert System. Our club members try to monitor the frequencies 24/7. Although, we are a small club, so there may be short periods of time when no one is available. Detailed information regarding LiTZ can be found in the front of the ARRL Repeater Directory.
    It is also Posted as a Bulletin, on the PHHRA Facebook Group @ØPHH
    The complete repeater information, including LiTZ usage, can also be found in the PHHRA / KØPHH Files as "Repeaters Info Including LiTZ Usage.txt"

    Both of these Repeaters are Yaesu DR-1X's C4FM SYSTEM FUSION Machines, operating in FULL AUTO Mode, so they Will Operate In ANY C4FM DIGITAL or ANALOG FM VOICE MODE.

    In addition to the Repeater Info, there are other documents in the Group Files, including the PHHRA Charter & Bylaws.

    The PHHRA is more than just a Repeater Association.
    The PHHRA Mission Statement declares the following:
    The PHHRA is an organization dedicated to assisting, encouraging, and promoting amateur radio activity, using all lawful frequencies and modes of operation. Our aim is to assist in the growth of amateur radio in Northwestern North Dakota, to mentor new members, and enhance fellowship among radio amateurs. The PHHRA promotes the enjoyment of the amateur radio hobby as well as the dedication of amateur radio as a resource for public and emergency services. The PHHRA also strives to provide reliable amateur radio communications, in Northwestern North Dakota, for routine, public service, and emergency activities.

    If you are working or living in Northwest North Dakota and are interested in being a club member, drop us an email @ or PHHRA.KØ .
    Please note that any email sent to the Facebook Address is posted on the PHHRA.KØPHH Group.

    Regardless of your QTH, we invite you to visit our FACEBOOK GROUP @ØPHH . If you are interested, please send a request to join the PHHRA Group.

    TNX & 73,

    Jim Aho / KBØCIR - President, License/Station Trustee, Treasurer
    Prairie Hills Ham Radio Association / KØPHH
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2016
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