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Welcome to the 147.120 repeater documentation wiki!
- How to get involved with the 147.120 repeater group.
- Tutorial for Getting Started with Mediawiki.
- Looking for the Wordpress blog for 147.120 MHz repeater forum
- Looking for the Tech Net Projects forum on Yahoo!Groups?
- Looking for the Facebook page for the 147.120 repeater?
- Looking for the 2017 ARRL FieldDay information for the Zoo crew?
- Looking for the 2016 SPAR Winter Field Day information for the Zoo crew?
- Looking for the Orlando area HAM-MESH Network information for the Zoo crew?
- Looking for TeamSpeak setup information.
- Looking for Florida QSO Party information.
- Looking for Montverde Day information.
- Hardware - Hardware drawings and parts list
- Libraries - Libraries
- Projects - Documents and notes of projects of this group
- Software - Software projects
- Tutorials - General tutorials on electronics and radio
- Antenna Raising - schedules
- Beacon Listings - radio beacon lists
- Blogs - social networks listings
- Digital Modes - common digital modes
- For Sale or Trader List - Amateur Radio Items (only)
- Equipment Maintenance - Troubleshooting and Maintenance tips
- Local Events - List of local radio events
- Links - to related groups or clubs
- Mail Lists - related mail forums
- Meetings - details of bitx-20 build meetings
- Social Networks - Chat rooms, RSS feeds, and other stuff ...
- Shortwave Listening - Links to HF frequencies
- Training - Advancement training
- Vendors - List of Vendors
To get access to this wiki send e-mail to:
About the 147.120 repeater
- The repeater offers a great place to exchange information, and learn about technical issues.
- It is a diverse group of knowledgeable people and those who are not technical.
- The repeater provides a platform to promote learning thru ham radio, in a friendly environment.
- The 147.120 Repeater is located between Longwood, Florida and Five Points. The antenna is about 250 feet in the air. The repeater is a Yaesu Vertex VXR-7000, Cat 300 controller, and a 6 cavity TX/RX duplexer. The repeater is running about 30 watts into a station master 6 db vertical antenna.
- The Technet is a great example of the repeater and how it is being used to promote learning.
- The TechNet:About is held at 8:00 PM on Wednesdays on Orlando 147.120 repeater.
- Orlando's 147.120 Repeater
- Sample Recordings - digital audio feeds