Difference between revisions of "Ham radio repeaters in Central Florida"

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==Confirmed by me==
 
==Confirmed by me==
  
*146.955 PL 107.2 Deltona, FL np4nd receive only so far (2018/05/26)
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*146.955 PL 107.2 Deltona, FL np4nd (2018/05/26)
  
 
==Legacy reports and listings that need confirming==
 
==Legacy reports and listings that need confirming==

Revision as of 16:16, 26 May 2018

This is a page maintained by Kevin Inscoe callsign KE3VIN. I live and monitor mostly in Deltona, FL. I am maintaining this page both for my edification but also for others local to me in Central Florida. It is not necessarily up to date but I will try to make it as current as possible based on reports and also on my own monitoring and testing.

I am using a Kenwood TH-F6A analog tri-band (2m/440/220) hand-held so I can confirm reaching those bands. I can use a scanner to confirm other analog repeaters. I cannot currently decode or support D-Star, Fusion or other digital modes.

Spectrum management in Florida

The old Florida coordinator FRC is no more. See http://fasma.org/frequently-asked-questions/ and others below. I was not a witness to any of this.

Confirmed by me

  • 146.955 PL 107.2 Deltona, FL np4nd (2018/05/26)

Legacy reports and listings that need confirming