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WA9RN Wide Area UHF System

KB9RRN Repeater 443.325 + PL 156.7

EchoLink 541081 KB9RRN-R Greenwood-Indianapolis, IN

K9NZF Repeater 443.325 + PL 103.5

EchoLink 443325 K9NZF-R Lynn-Modoc, IN

I was first licensed as a Technician on November 14, 1997, and upgraded to Technician Plus with 5 WPM code a year later in November 1998. I remained a Technician Plus until the latest round of license restructuring and my last license renewal, which led to my license class being "converted per 97.21a3". I had to learn code to get on HF but never made it to 13 or 20 WPM before the code requirement was discontinued.

I own and operate an analog UHF repeater, EchoLink node 541081, KB9RRN-R, built by K9NZF Systems that serves central Indiana.  My repeater is normally linked to K9NZF-R in Randolph County, Indiana.  Both sites use the same frequency pair, 443.325/448.325 with different PL tones to form a wide area system with coverage from west central Ohio through central Indiana.  K9NZF-R uses PL 103.5 and KB9RRN-R uses PL 156.7.

Professionally, I am a law enforcement officer, so I use radio constantly in my occupation. I may sometimes forget which band I am on, and use the wrong phonetic alphabet (or worse). If you hear me saying "king" instead of "kilo" for the letter K, that's why.

KB9RRN Simplex Link 446.0375 DPL 654 - SouthCARS VoIP *SCARS* Conference - Greenwood, IN

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