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The Nevada Amateur Radio Club (NARC) operates several repeaters in the Las Vegas area. These include 145.35 (PL=100) in the NW valley. Also 447.900 on Mt. Potosi and 449.650 on Angel Pk. For information contact N7LD@aol.com



Potosi: 447.900 PL=156.7 at 6,200 feet this overlooks the South end

of the Las Vegas valley with coverage of I-15 into CA. It has a 5ghz

microwave link to Internet which is used to tie into the Angel Pk radio.

For current weather on Mt. Potosi see: http://www.scrn.net/Potosi_WX.htm

A live camera is also at: http://potosi.ham-radio-op.net:81

You may need to wait for a plug in to load.

Want to see inside the building? http://potosi.ham-radio-op.net:82

Angel Pk: 449.650 PL=146.2 at 9,000 feet this overlooks the North end

of the Las Vegas valley and has coverage on I-95 north and some

coverage into So. Utah. This is normally linked to 447.900 via Internet

provided by a 5 ghz microwave link.


Vegas: 145.350 PL=100.0 at 2,500 feet this open machine covers

much of the North part of the valley. It is sometimes linked to the other

2 UHF repeaters. Feel free to use the EchoLink node which is node

5069. It also has an Allstar node 2233


6 Meter Beacon

We have a beacon running on 50.0635 Mhz. 20 watts into a vertical antenna. Beacon sends vvv vvv de wr7nv wr7nv dm25gv then one second at 20 watts, one second at 2 watts and one second at 200mw. Its located at 6,000 ft in grid square DM25GV. Send a signal report to N7LD@aol.com if you want to get a QSL card.



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