|VOI Club members operate and maintain six repeaters, and three APRS digipeaters, which are:147.24 and 443.600 Mhz. located on 8,400-foot Cinnabar Mountain East of Silver City. Solar and Wind powered. 146.84 and 444.900 Mhz. are located on 7,580-foot Shafer Butte Northeast of Boise. 146.62 Mhz. machine is located on 8,322-foot Snow bank Mountain west of Cascade. (Repeater ID in Red) APRS digipeaters are located on Cinnabar Mountain, Shafer Butte, and Snow bank mountain. All three operate on 144.39 Mhz. All club repeaters are open and may be used by everyone, although your financial support is most welcome and appreciated.Repeater Link Codes:(Near ID)(Far ID) (1) = Link Up (Near ID)(Far ID) (0) = Link DownExamples:84621 = 84/62 Link Up 84620 = 84/62 Link DownAutopatch on the 84: *(phone number) to Dial # to hang up.
The Baldy repeater is on 147.18 MHz and has a PL tone of 100 Hz. The phone patch (open) on Baldy is operational: to bring up 141 and the 7 digit number; to disconnect 140.
The Sawtooth repeater, located on Galena summit, operates on 147.14. This machine also requires a 100 Hz PL tone. Both machines use the standard 600 kHz positive offset. To dial phone patch from the Sawtooth 147.14 machine key 141 and the 7 digit number to open; 140 to disconnect. Long distance is restricted.
The War Eagle repeater 145.230 is located at War Eagle Mountain. It requires a PL of 100. Call sign WA7FDR. It is near Silver City and within a few miles of the Cinnabar repeater.
Repeater list submitted by KE7KVA:
Notice: Not all frequencies may or may not be active and in use. Frequencies may not be workable in all areas of the valley due to (but not limited to): weather, location, antenna type, radio power level, and other limiting factors. All frequencies listed herein and the users of these frequencies are subject to laws and regulations of the FCC. The author(s) and or publisher(s) do not make any guarantee or promise by publishing or posting this information. This information is for educational / Informative purposes only. Updated: 2008.11.01
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