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 “” 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: