145.43 repeater

6-Meters

 
2 - Meters



146.85 repeater

220 Mhz

440 Mhz

900 Mhz

  
D-StarD-Star repeater

DMR
440.575 DMR

Acceptable Use Policy 

 
 


 


OPERATIONAL STATUS: ON THE AIR!  (testing before installation at its new home) 
FULL-TIME  ENCODE/DECODE TONE OF 118.8 Hz is ACTIVE
The WB4GBI 145.43 repeater features
Yaesu "System Fusion" mode! 

In 1982, the 145.43 frequency was coordinated by SERA to WB4GBI. It operated at View Park Hill (the present 145.17 site) until WB4GBI moved to North Carolina in 1987. At that time, Tim returned the frequency to SERA for re-coordination. It was then operated by several different owners, with the last one being the Kerbela Amateur Radio Service (WB4YLC).  In September of 2015, the Kerbela Amateur Service returned the 145.43 repeater to the person who coordinated it originally...WB4GBI! 

At the present time, the repeater is located temporarily at the home of WB4GBI. As soon as possible, the repeater will relocate to it's permanant home...the transmitter site of WJBZ-FM. Many thanks to WJBZ for their support of Amateur Radio!

The NEW WB4GBI 145.43 repeater  features the 

Yaesu "System Fusion" digital mode!

Praise 96.3 WJBZ


 
 



 
 
 
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