6  Meters


2 - Meters 

145.430 repeater

 

146.850 repeater


220 

440

900 Mhz

  DMR 

440.575 Mhz DMR repeater

D-STAR

D-STAR repeater


Acceptable Use Policy

REPEATER STATISTICS:

Repeater:
General Electric
MASTR II
100 watt continuous duty

Duplexer:
Celwave (formerly Phelps-Dodge)
PD-497-1

Control Receiver:
GE MASTR UHF Auxiliary receiver

Antenna:
Sinclair SD-224
4-element dipole antenna
omni pattern
350 feet on tower
2100 ft above average terrain

 Site:
Windrock Mountain, Anderson County, TN
Ground Elevation: 3300' AMSL
The  147.150 repeater is located high atop Windrock Mountain, North of Oliver Springs, TN. 



PLEASE NOTE: THE 147.150 REPEATER MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE  A 118.8 CTCSS DECODE TONE ACTIVE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ACCESS THE REPEATER, PLEASE VERIFY THAT YOU ARE TRANSMITTING A 118.8 Hz CTCSS TONE. IF THE REPEATER HAS THE TONE DECODE ACTIVE, IT WILL BE RETURNED TO CARRIER SQUELCH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  73 de Tim WB4GBI

 

It's ON THE AIR! 

From Tim, WB4GBI: 

After over a year since it's inception, the 147.150 Windrock repeater is finally on the air! Kerry Klimecki and his crew from Tower Services in Chattanooga met Todd, KA4OAK, on the morning of July 3, 2018. The repeater, duplexer, antenna, mount, and heliax line were already on the site.  Kerry installed the repeater and control antennae, and Todd commissioned the repeater!  Bert, K4AR, captured the event in photos. THANK YOU to Todd and Bert for making 147.15's arrival happen!

Todd supervising the antenna assembly

Todd, KA4OAK, supervising the Sinclair SD-224 Antenna Assembly

147.150 Antenna

The new Sinclair SD-224 antenna, installed on the tower! 

147.150 repeater front

The top front of the GE MASTR II repeater, showing the UHF control receiver, the DTMF control decoder, and control relays. The repeater receiver and exciter is in the fold-out cabinet below. 

147.150 repeater front

The rear of the repeater, with the duplexer in the foreground. In the cabinet, the power supply is at the bottom. The PA heatsink is visible above the power supply.  The UHF control receiver is above the repeater, and the control deck is at the top.