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W7PFR is located at 2000 feet in Washington's Cascade Mountains near the town of La Grande, Washington on a site owned by Pack Forest of the University of Washington. Frequency is 53.41 output with a input of 51.71. PL code is 100.0. Other frequencies at Pack Forest are 443.975 (103.5 pl) 224.18 (103.5 pl) and 146.70(103.5pl) W7PFR-1 Digipeater for APRS is on 144.39 mhz PACK digipeater for 9600 aprs on 145.09 and a six meter beacon in Mineral Wa. running 12 watts on 50.075 using a converted Midland commercial radio. A new addition is a ten meter beacon running 1.5 watts output to a vertical.   28230.8 is the frequency. Both beacons will have emergency power May 2013.

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