Repeaters: 146.700- Mhz | 146.970- Mhz | 443.700+ Mhz | 445.075- Mhz | PL: 100 hz

Updated repeaters list for this area

Bob (KB2TGD) has taken a break from cleaning his shack. He updated the repeaters list for this area. Download it and compare it with yours. See if you need to make any adjustments.

Of course is always good to verify that you are able to access the repeater before programming them in to your radio. If you see any mistakes or the list needs corrections, leave a comment.

Updated 1/29/2011 3:00PM
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NASA Seeks Amateur Radio Operators’ Aid to Listen for Nanosatellite’s Beacon Signal

On Wednesday, January 19 at 1630 UTC, engineers at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama confirmed that the NanoSail-D nanosatellite ejected from Fast Affordable Scientific and Technology Satellite (FASTSAT). According to NASA, the ejection event occurred spontaneously and when engineers at Marshall identified and analyzed onboard FASTSAT telemetry; the ejection of NanoSail-D also has been confirmed by ground-based satellite tracking assets. NASA is asking radio amateurs to listen on 437.270 MHz for the signal and verify NanoSail-D is operating. Hams should send information to the NanoSail-D dashboard.

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