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The system is off the air right now due to interference from 462.400 MHz and other issues. We are working on multiple potential solutions. And, we are transitioning things over to the KC9ZAR repeater system over the next few weeks. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing what Jerry can do with the system.

For general information, watch the E.A.R.S. Newsletter and E-mail news updates.  This section contains information about the system that may occur between newsletters. Please use 107.2 CTCSS on each repeater so that you can use all the receivers in the system, whether they require tone or not.

146.925 - On Air light coordinated by IRC 9/30/90

Sites
Transmitter (Paxton) (transmits 107.2 tone):
Low power
Vincennes receiver (107.2 tone NOT required):
on
Features
Link to 443.925:
on
Link to 444.350 Skywarn:
available
Remote Base:
available
EchoLink Node 745821: (dial *node to connect, 73 disconnects)
available
IRLP Node 8428: (dial node to connect, 73 disconnects)
available
Weather Alert System: (162.425 Edwardport)
on
Voice mailbox:
on

 

443.925 + On Air light coordinated by IRC 9/10/92

Sites
Transmitter (Vincennes):
Low power
Receiver (Vincennes) (107.2 tone NOT required):
on
Features
Link to 146.925:
on
Link to 444.350 Skywarn:
available
Remote Base:
available
EchoLink Node 745821: (dial *node to connect, 73 disconnects)
available
IRLP Node 8428: (dial node to connect, 73 disconnects)
available
Weather Alert System:
on
Voice mailbox:
on

145.150 - Fort Branch: No longer an EARS repeater - Now a part of the W9WIN repeater network

 

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This page was last modified on March 30, 2018 by Neil Rapp, WB9VPG