2 - Meters
100 watt continuous duty
Celwave (formerly Phelps-Dodge)
GE MASTR UHF Auxiliary receiver
4-element dipole antenna
350 feet on tower
2100 ft above average terrain
Windrock Mountain, Anderson County, TN
Ground Elevation: 3300' AMSL
NETS ON 147.150:
Anderson County ARES:
Thursdays at 7:00 PM
American Red Cross
Wednesdays at 9:00 PM
The 147.150 repeater is located high atop Windrock Mountain, North of Oliver Springs, TN.
NOTE: THE 147.150 REPEATER MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE A 118.8 CTCSS
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
SQUELCH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. 73 de Tim WB4GBI
It's ON THE AIR!
From Tim, WB4GBI:
over a year since its 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, KA4OAK, supervising the Sinclair SD-224 Antenna Assembly
The new Sinclair SD-224 antenna, installed on the tower!
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.
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.