Repeaters: 144 – 225 MHz

The RMRL has three repeaters in the 2 meters band and one in the 1.25 meters band as follows:

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Guy Hill Repeater
RMRL REPEATER WT0C/R

Output: 145.220
Input: 144.620
Location: Guy Hill (NW of Golden) @ 8,300 ft. MSL
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS required

This machine offers excellent coverage in the Metro Denver area. The .22 repeater has an auto patch that is available to RMRL members.

Streaming audio can be heard on the 145.220, 145.340, 146.940, 224.000, 449.450, and 449.750 repeaters. Click here to listen.

RMRL REPEATER KE4GUQ/R

Output: 145.340
Input: 144.740
Location: Evergreen
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS required/127.3 Hz CTCSS transmitted.

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Click to see the virtual monitor for node #3350.
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Colorado’s first node on the The Internet Radio Linking Project
(IRLP) linked system, as node #3350.  There are over 1400 nodes all over the world on the IRLP network. Ed, K7EDW, and Tim, KE4GUQ, are the technical leads for the RMRL 145.340 IRLP node 3350.

Guy Hill coverage map
Guy Hill coverage map. Click for larger image.

In an attempt to reduce interference the 145.340 has been configured to receive the 103.5 Hz CTCSS tone and transmit a 127.3 Hz CTCSS tone.

Click here to find out the status of node #3350.

Streaming audio can be heard on the 145.220, 145.340, 146.940, 224.000, 449.450, and 449.750 repeaters. Click here to listen.

Download the 145.340 coverage map in PDF format (two pages for more detail.)

 

RMRL REPEATER W0WYX/R

Output: 146.940
Input: 146.340
Location: Squaw Mountain (W of Denver) @ 11,440 ft. MSL
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS required

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Squaw Mountain coverage map. Click for larger image.

This is a very wide-area coverage repeater. It is possible to use .94 west to the Continental Divide, south to Colorado Springs, east to Limon, and north to Cheyenne.

The repeater is available for general use except at established net times and when it is utilized by Skywarn to assist the National Weather Service in tracking severe weather during the spring and summer months.  A formal net condition is indicated by the intermittent transmission of a WX in Morse code. When you hear this, the encode subaudible tone will change on the 146.94 repeater to include the 91.5 Hz tone. The 103.5 Hz or the 91.5 Hz subaudible tones can then be used to access the repeaters.

.94 can also be linked to the 449.450 MHz repeater for nets or emergency communications.

Download the 146.940 coverage map in PDF format (two pages for more detail.)

Streaming audio can be heard on the 145.220, 145.340, 146.940, 224.000, 449.450, and 449.750 repeaters. Click here to listen.

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RMRL REPEATER N0MHU/R

Output: 224.000
Input: 222.400
Location: Guy Hill (NW of Golden) @ 8,300 ft. MSL
Access: 103.5 Hz CTCSS required

This machine offers coverage similar to that of the 145.220 MHz repeater. 224.000 has autopatch capability that is available to RMRL members. This machine is available for general use at all times.

Streaming audio can be heard on the 145.220, 145.340, 146.940, 224.000, 449.450, and 449.750 repeaters. Click here to listen.