Even more frequencies…

For those who don’t know. This website has a feature that will allow you to listen to the clubs repeater and other local (and no so local) repeaters in the area. To do this I use a scanner. I take the audio from the scanner encode it and send it to a reflector server. When you click on the Play “Play” triangle on the navigation bar to the right, your computer connects to the reflector server and plays back the audio from the scanner.

Recently I (KC2UEZ) acquired a new (to me) PRO-2052 Radioshack scanner. I have replaced the old PRO-2030 with this new(er) scanner.

I use the PRO-2052 to stream the audio. The advantage of using this scanner is it can be controlled and programmed over the Internet which opens a great number of possibilities. In addition it can store 1000 frequencies.

I have added a over 300 frequencies of HAM repeaters about 150 miles radios from Johnstown NY, 12095. At the moment it will not receive all the programmed frequencies, but I will relocate the antenna next spring so it can receive all the frequencies.

K2JJI 146.700 is the priority frequency. The scanner will scan and lock-in on a frequency that is busy. If the scanner is locked-in on a frequency and there is traffic on K2JJI, the scanner will give preference to K2JJI and switch to that channel.

For the List of monitored frequencies click here:

146.7000 146.5200 446.0000 145.8000 443.7000 147.1950 444.4000 147.2400
147.2400 449.2750 146.8650 146.6100 145.4300 147.3600 145.3500 449.9750
449.9750 146.7900 147.0600 147.3000 147.3750 224.0600 443.5500 443.7500
443.7500 444.2000 921.3015 145.3700 444.3500 444.5000 224.9800 448.1250
448.1250 147.0900 442.5000 147.0000 448.2250 448.9250 147.0450 145.1100
145.1100 921.0000 146.6400 442.3500 448.8750 442.1000 147.1650 147.1500
147.1500 449.8250 145.1900 146.6700 147.1200 147.2700 224.1400 444.0000
444.0000 444.7000 920.8015 146.6250 223.9600 447.1250 145.1700 145.3300
145.3300 146.7600 146.8200 146.9400 224.4200 224.6400 443.0000 444.8500
444.8500 447.0750 447.2250 448.4250 448.9750 146.7750 444.3000 146.7150
146.7150 145.2300 442.2500 448.7250 145.2500 145.4500 146.7300 146.9700
146.9700 224.6600 442.5750 443.4500 444.7500 146.8800 449.9250 449.0250
449.0250 147.1350 145.3100 147.1800 147.3300 442.2000 442.9500 444.6000
444.6000 444.6500 442.6750 146.8500 147.3450 146.7450 445.0250 145.1500
145.1500 147.2850 146.6550 145.4900 224.0400 442.7500 146.9850 444.1000
444.1000 146.8350 147.3150 224.2600 443.6500 145.3900 444.0500 224.9600
224.9600 145.2100 146.9100 224.1000 449.4250 927.8750 442.8000 442.8500
442.8500 147.2100 224.2800 146.6850 442.6500 443.6000 449.1750 443.8500
443.8500 147.0300 146.9550 145.2900 224.4000 147.0750 145.2700 147.2550
147.2550 442.0500 443.3000 921.2000 147.0150 445.1250 438.4000 440.3000
440.3000 447.0250 448.5750 441.9500 927.6875 447.9250 444.5500 444.4000
444.4000 147.1050 147.3900 224.1200 442.4000 442.9000 443.1000 443.3500
443.3500 443.4000 449.6750 146.8950 441.6500 224.2200 447.7750 224.6000
224.6000 448.6250 443.2000 223.9800 444.8250 224.5800 927.3125 145.1300
145.1300 147.2250 443.1500 444.4500 444.8000 146.8050 443.8000 447.5250
447.5250 447.7250 449.2250 449.5250 449.8750 146.9250 440.2500 447.4750
447.4750 145.4700 442.7000 224.3200 448.0000 446.7750 442.3000 223.7800
223.7800 449.7750 447.3750 927.8375 443.9500 146.4300 449.4750 443.5250
443.5250 223.9200 440.1000 449.5750 921.2015 224.5400 224.4800 224.7400
224.7400 441.5500 927.8000 441.8500 445.9000 224.7200 224.8800 444.1500
444.1500 442.4500 443.5000 927.7625 145.4100 445.9250 224.9400 444.9500
444.9500 449.3000 224.0200 445.8750 447.5750 145.1400 224.1600 448.3750
448.3750 449.9875 449.9935 224.0000 223.8000 444.9000 439.2500 445.6500
445.6500 447.8750 927.4875 224.4400 146.4900 223.8200 441.8000 920.2000
920.2000 440.4000 449.1250 146.3400 224.8400 443.0500 443.2500 224.4600
224.4600 449.0750 918.0750 448.0750 448.7750 442.0750 447.4250 448.5250
448.5250 449.3750 145.2600 224.3600 442.1500 442.6000 146.4600 443.9000
443.9000 449.6250 445.1000 224.3000 224.6800 224.7800 224.5600 442.5500
442.5500 448.8250 447.6750 224.8000 444.2500 445.9750 441.1000 447.1750
447.1750 927.3375 224.3800 446.3250 446.8750 447.9875 147.5350 224.3400
224.3400 927.5625 446.9750 927.4125 442.0000 446.1750 440.6500 447.2750
447.2750 448.1875 927.9885 224.5000 224.1800 927.7875 146.4150 446.9250
446.9250 224.7600 146.4450 224.8600 444.9250 449.4000 146.4750 147.5050
147.5050 441.6000 147.4800 223.9000 446.8000 927.7125 146.4850 448.0250
448.0250 223.8800 441.7000 446.6000 441.5000 446.8250 927.7375 448.3250
448.3250 448.6750 224.6200 446.8500 927.4625 449.3250 927.8125 223.8600
223.8600 446.5250 448.1750 447.3250 441.7500 145.4850 440.9500 440.1500
440.1500 445.4750 440.8000 446.6250 224.5200 224.9200 448.2750 448.4750
448.4750 446.5750 147.0400 446.7250 449.9000 147.5250 927.3385 145.4950
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11 thoughts on “Even more frequencies…

  1. Hi K2JJI club,

    Could you please put the 146.910 K1FFK and 145.210 WA1DGW repeaters on the scan list? I’ve heard they are great repeaters with lots of activity.

    73,

    Stuart, KD8LWR; Dexter, MI

  2. Sorry, did I say WA1DGW? I meant WA1WMG! I mixed it up with the similar 145.150 repeater somewhere else in Massachusetts.

    • Hello Dexter,

      This Edgar, KC2UEZ.. I have added 146.910 K1FFK and WA1WMG 145.150 on the scanner memory, I have removed K1YMI 443.700 (due to the repeater no longer in service) and also K2AE 147.060 (due to CB like language and constant violations of FCC regulations.)

      Keep in mind that the scanner is located in Johnstown NY. It may not pick up those 2 new repeaters, I will monitor the scanner for a while.
      73’s de KC2UEZ

    • The scanner in use is the PRO-2030 by radioshak and the way how it works is it scans all the frequencies in order and it stops on any frequency with traffic. It has as a priority 146.700 which is the club repeater so it will transmit whatever its locked on until there is something on 146.700. It is possible that K2DLL is picked up more because it is a busy repeater and it is geographically closer to Johnstown than other repeaters, If you noticed until my previews changes the repeater where enumerated in order closest first in the frequency table.

  3. The WA1WMG repeater is on 145.210 not 145.150. I have mistaken 145.150 (WA1DGW) with 145.210 (WA1WMG).

    • Hello,
      I actually programmed 145.210, but wrote down the wrong frequency on the post bellow, good catch though.. Thanks for listening, btw, if you do echolink tonight at 7pm is or net, you are welcome to join if you like.

  4. The streaming audio won’t play on my Mac. It works on a PC just fine, but on a non-WMP Mac it doesn’t.

    Also, have you (or the technical member of your club) tried to set up a voice ID for the K2JJI repeater? This controller (I believe it’s an RC-210) has real human speech, and talks just like the K2DLL repeater (connected to the N2FEP Link).

    73,

    Stuart, KD8LWR

    • Hello Stuart,

      Thanks for using the service. I am able to listen to the live stream on my MAC, I run Lion 10.7.2.. Safari 5.1.2 Please verify that you are running an up to date system. To listen to the streaming you need to click on the Play triangle and wait a few seconds for it to connect to the server and get a few seconds of buffer.

      The WordPress pluging I use is HTML 5 base. Not flash.. It also works on BlackBerry’s, iPads, Linux, FreeBSD, Android devices.. I am having hard time listening to it on my commodore 64 so I added a link right bellow the player that will launch an external player.

      In addition, I recently replaced the scanner that does the streaming. I am now able to control it over ethernet. I also added about 300+ frequencies (150 miles radios from 12095). I will be adding those frequencies on the page shortly. The antenna needs to be upgraded, but that will be a summer project since it is on the roof of my workplace.

      Please let me know if you are able to get the streaming going on your MAC, because it should work.

      73’s,
      Edgar / KC2UEZ

    • Hello Stuart,

      I forgot to address the repeater comment. Our repeater K2JJI which is programmed as the priority frequency on the scanner has the Arcom RC210 controller. At one point it had voice ID’s but the members of the club found it to be annoying, so it now ID itself using CW. Every 10 minutes while it is in use and up to 10 minutes after the last use. Then it goes silence. Our club demography is a little different from other clubs. We just want the repeater to work on the less intrusive possible way. We could not handle a PL tone, and I was even yelled at for making echolink give weather alerts. So I keep my echolink node as quiet as possible, it only tells when someone sing in and out.

      Btw, tuesdays at 7PM EST we have a NET and everyone is welcome to join. Our echolink node is 510372.

      73’s
      Edgar / KC2UEZ

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