Club Radio Systems - Repeaters, Packet Nodes and BBS
Information Updated: 10/28/2016
The Chewelah peak repeater 145.430 has been transfered to Spokane Repeater Group
All the PL tones for the Club's repeaters are 123.0 Hz tone including the Chewelah repeater
147.340 Spokane, Downtown (Working)
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444.900 Spokane, Valley,(Working) (I.R.L.P. link has been removed).
146.880 Spokane (Working)
444.600 Mt Spokane (Working)
Note from Karl - AK2O, Club technician.
Repeaters mostly operate on hilltops that are usually "busy" with other radio stations as well.
Because of this there is great possibility of one radio station getting into another, mainly our repeater.
To prevent this CTCSS (tone) access is necessary on the repeater input.
This is done only on repeaters with this type of interference.
If there is no interference there is no need to tone the repeater, hence being on carrier squelch.
When in doubt use the tone.
Adobe Acrobat Reader is required for the following files:
VHF Club email Winlink Gateway Guide
Packet Radio.org packet primer
145.010 - WR7VHF-3 packet node South -Krell Hill (Working) The 1.25M link is down, bad antenna
145.090 - WR7VHF-4 packet node North - Mt. Spokane (Working)
The old WR7VHF Packet Radio BBS is off the air. It has been replaced by a email gateway (Winlink) station WR7VHF-10
Packet Node Stack South Connect Procedure
145.010 - C WR7VHF-3 then C WR7VHF-2 then C WR7VHF-10 or
C SPOKN1 then C #SLAN2 then C WR7VHF-10
You will need to send three separate B (Bye)commands to disconnect.
Packet Node Stack North Connect Procedure
145.090 - C WR7VHF-4 then C WR7VHF-5 then C WR7VHF-10 or
C SPOKN2 then C #SLAN3 then C WR7VHF-10
Packet Information Download Files
Spokane Area Packet Network (PDF)
Files are Acrobat Reader format
Packet Software Download Files
WinPack Manual (PDF)