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Palm  Bay Florida

444.475 / 449.475 - ENC/DEC =107.2

146.745 / 146.145 - ENC/DEC =107.2

 

Echolink Node 255856

   iRLP Node 4954

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Use our OPEN Auto Patch to make contact in or out of the Amateur community.  If you would like to call the patch from a regular phone dial: 646-961-3527
 

You can place a call from your radio.  Just identify your station and access the auto patch for dial tone.  This is accomplished by: pressing the   # * *    keys. 

After you hear the dial tone simply, dial the 10-digit phone number in the continental US or Canada.  After your contact, you will need to terminate the call. 

This is accomplished by pressing one DTMF code: the   #   key will close the patch. 

You and the party your calling (not necessarily an amateur) will need to follow all standard amateur etiquette while in use. We use a MagicJack so many calls out of the US are also at no fee.

Chances are, you will see us connected to the iRLP reflector in North Carolina 9210 (channel 1) you are welcome to log into the 9211 with your iRLP Node and make contact with us anytime. Our EchoLink VOiP mode is always linked to multiple stations and we have a large local environment that likes to play radio, jump in and say hi ! For information on how to use, the control features of this repeater from the RF environment follow this link: Repeater control commands

Normal operations:

Winter projects on the punch list.

We are surveying the damage to our tower from a storm that went through.  For a closer inspection of the tower components, the tower has been dismantled.

We are transmitting the 444.475 repeater from our back up antenna and at low power.  Our coverage, should be considered “neighborhood”

We lost the PC running our APRS gateway and EchoLink Node.  This PC also administrated the live audio stream.

After the autopsy, the motherboard actually had the failure.

We are in the process of building another PC to restore the features of this station.  Thank you for your understanding.  We see this as an opportunity to play radio!!!!

Our iRLP node 4954 is now active in the RF environment.  We may be connected to the KD4RAA 9211 reflector in Raleigh NC. If so, just dial up the 9211 and jump in for your contact to the Palm Bay area.

We have a 900MHz repeater in Palm Bay now.  The KM4OP repeater is really working GREAT! 

You would use:

927.6250 RX and 902.6250 TX and use PL 203.5   


Do not forget to play the N4KLB repeater 442.400 IRLP Node 4342 and EchoLink Node 44342 (this is an EchoiRLP node) it is one of KI4SWB repeaters used in Melbourne Fl. Mark has the 224.120 EchoLink Node 38001 active in Melbourne now.

One more place to look for Palm Bay Amateur operators would be the Ki4ONW repeater at 146.7150 – split  107.2 Tone. EchoLink node 346868

Remember, Keep playing radio!

Many thanks to the following amateurs for there help with this stations equipment configuration, assistance with our VOiP software and the APRS i-Gate. Not to mention the ongoing general support and donations of time, talent and hardware: in no particular order

N4KLB - AA9NV - N9QIP - N4HHA - N4ZQE - KI4SWB - K4SLB - KC4ZYC - KE4TTE - KI4ONW - AI4YK - KD4RAA - K4AJM -AI4GK-

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Tower work pictures taken on November 30, 2007

AA9NV and KI4HZP playing radio.

 

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