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Winter damage of the Shafer Antenna
VOI's War Eagle Antenna
VOI Repeater Information
The Voice of Idaho Radio Club operates and maintains five analog repeaters, three D-Star repeaters, a C4FM Yaesu System Fusion repeater and three APRS digi-peaters. All of the analog repeaters use 100 Hz PL tone.
* The 146.840 (-) and the 444.900 (+) analog repeaters are located on 7,580-foot Shafer Butte Northeast of Boise.
* The 147.240 (+) (solar/battery) is located on 8,000-foot War Eagle Mountain above Silver City.
* The 443.700 (+) Yaesu System Fusion (full-time digital) repeater is located on 5,800-foot Squaw Butte north of Emmett.
* The 146.700 (-) Mhz analog repeater is located on 5,800-foot Squaw Butte north of Emmett.
* The 145.500 (-) and 444.350 (+) Mhz are D-Star Digital repeaters located on 7,580 Shafer Butte Northeast of Boise.
* The 146.620 (-) Mhz analog repeater is located on 8,322-foot Snowbank Mountain, west of Cascade.
* The 145.29 (-) Mhz analog repeater is located in the Treasure Valley near the Boise airport, at an elevation of about 2800 feet.
* Another D-Star repeater on 444.800 (+) is located near Jerome, Idaho
* APRS digi-peaters on the national frequency of 144.390 Mhz are located on Shafer Butte, War Eagle and Snowbank Mountain.
All VOI Club repeaters are open and may be used by everyone, although your financial support is most welcome and appreciated. It is expected that all users of VOI repeaters will adhere to the FCC rules for Amateur Radio operation.
*Use of the VOI Repeaters for Events*
Repeater Linking is not available at this time.
Hints and help with repeater usage
Setup sheet Explanations
Ham Radio Setup Sheet for programing Radios (Cheat Sheet)
AUTOPATCH ACCESS CODES
Sawtooth, Galena Summit, Wood River ARC
To dial phone patch, key 141 and the 7 digit number to open; 140 to disconnect. Long distance is restricted.
Baldy, Wood River ARC
To dial phone patch, key 141 and the 7 digit number to open; 140 to disconnect.
Notice: Not all frequencies may 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.
A larger list of Idaho repeaters at http://www.idahoarrl.info
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