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The ATV picture is from ka9uvy and he received this picture on ATV on 439.250 MHZ live video and he was 300 miles away.

Greetings!

   If you are looking for information on the 145.430 repeater it is located in Gladstone Missouri. It's antenna is on a very high water tank near NE 67 TH and NE Antioch Road. The repeater has been at that location for over 20 years. This repeater was first put on the air as the NØJNO repeater and is still the Frank Parks designed receiver equipment. It works very well but the transmit cans have been removed for retuning.

   The transmit antenna is at 35 feet on a temporary mast. For more info on our group go to the repeater and ask someone on frequency as the website has been shut down. We have no real meeting place at this time and are looking for a new place to get the club back up and running at full speed. We have a on the air net get together on Sunday nights at 8:00 pm local time and like to talk a little about thing that you have been doing with HAM Radio. Check in and say hi. Mike KDØFW

 

 

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