Maintained by local volunteers of the amateur radio community, our data entry team instantly enters all changes and additions directly into the master database. Due to the number of repeaters in a small area making the map difficult to draw for the Wellington area there is a separate map for that area of the country. Click here for some examples. Net Home Send comments to. Each resource is available by clicking the page link to the right:
Generally new modes can be tested in the amateur radio service, although national regulations may require disclosure of a new mode to permit radio licensing authorities to monitor the transmissions. It's the only VHF repeater on the system. Mitchell and the Raleigh repeater. Operators may either key the code manually using a telegraph key and decode by ear, or they may use computers to send and receive the code. Show systems noted as off-air dark. Frequencies used for control and linking purposes to name just two examples are not made public! Seems to be linked to the
The same user-id enables access from any version of the RFinder app, the browser interface web. Many thanks to the numerous individuals who have provided updates etc. Papua New Guinea Repeater listing now available. There are many coordinated control channels, point-to-point links and packet links that are NOT listed. For now, the procedure is to email the board with your request. If you have any updated info please let me know
Most of my work is in the GHz range so I use Good area coverage from a foot tower in north Cary. This quiet machine has medium coverage from downtown Durham, workable from the high spots in Raleigh. It repeats communications either on audio detection vox mode or carrier detection if a squelch signal is available. Papua New Guinea Repeater listing now available. For maps of fixed stations, select the appropriate link in the list to the right.