Previous callsigns: AC4UQ, KC4YMW, AC26UQ, AC96UQ, AC400UQ. The special calls were from a temporary authorization during the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. QRV all analog modes 80m-23cm, and most digital modes 80m-70cm.
I maintain the (Conyers, GA.) 146.61 - 103.5 and 444.55 + 103.5 repeaters. I also maintain two BBHN mesh nodes in the North Georgia area: K1KC-NWRockdale-Omni1 and K1KC-Dacula-Omni1.
The 146.61 repeater is currently operating in System Fusion (C4FM) Mixed Mode. You may use analog, DN or VW modes and the repeater will adapt. Our vision is for use by locals of any of the above modes rather than to link to distant nodes, repeaters and rooms. There are plenty of 440 repeaters available for those purposes. The repeater is always open to the public.
It seems it might be desirable to provide more 2m System Fusion coverage in the area, particularly the northeast to southeast Atlanta areas. We have plenty of 440 coverage but not much 2m C4FM coverage. I am willing to help make this happen and would even like to see some linked systems. If we could put a very low power microwave link in the Grayson or Lawrenceville area it might be helpful. If you have some ideas how this might happen, I'd like to hear from you. tnx
The 444.55 repeater is connected to the Allstarlink 40804 hub and the McDonough (GA) 146.715 and McDonough (GA) 927.1375 repeaters under normal circumstances.
Many thanks to W4NOC for his gracious assistance in making much of this possible. May I pay tribute to some of the amateurs that have left us in recent times? Our dear friends, K4UDR, W4GF, KR4IP, WB4DZK, N4RDM, W3IRZ, W4LHS, W4FDA and W4WDH, have left us with great sadness. However, we rejoice in the knowledge and friendship they shared with us over the years. 73 Dear Friends
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