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Old 07-16-2012, 4:25 PM
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Default Orange Beach repeaters

Looking for some active VHF repeaters in the Orange Beach and surrounding areas. Thanks!

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Here is all I know about for Orange Beach. It may not be active anymore you need to check.

KG4WLP -- Orange Beach,AL
Antenna is on a 400 foot water tower.
146.895 Neg Offset and 110.9 Tone

Well I guess your talking about Ham Radio Repeaters... You did not say.
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Yes, ham radio. Thanks
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Old 07-17-2012, 8:19 AM
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Here is all I know about for Orange Beach. It may not be active anymore you need to check.

KG4WLP -- Orange Beach,AL
Antenna is on a 400 foot water tower.
146.895 Neg Offset and 110.9 Tone

Well I guess your talking about Ham Radio Repeaters... You did not say.
That one has been off the air for some time. Here's 3 in Baldwin County that are pretty active:

147.090 + CSQ
146.820 - 203.5
146.685 - 100.0
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Here is a more detailed list plus the DStar Repeaters.

1) KD4HYG --- Bay Minette, AL
145.430 Neg Offset and 123 Tone
Repeater located on a 400 ft tower in Raburn, AL.
North Baldwin County Club Repeater.
Net Tuesday Night 8pm.

2) W4TP --- Bay Minette, AL
444.375 Pos offset and 203.5 Tone
Repeater is currently down.

3) KI4ELU -- Foley, AL
146.685 Neg Offset and 100 Tone

4) K4RAW -- Robertsdale, AL
147.090 Pos Offset and No Tone
South Baldwin County Club Repeater
Net on Monday at 7 pm
Web http://www.sb-arc.com/index.htm

5) KI4SAZ -- Magnolia Springs, AL
145.310 Neg offset and no tone
DStar Repeater


6) KI4SAZ -- Magnolia Springs, AL
444.300 Pos offset and no tone
DStar Repeater


The 147.090 and 145.430 Repeaters are currently tied together.
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Ham Radio Repeater & Callsign Search Tool - QSL.FM

has repeater information as well
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Thanks for posting the info. The links to all those sites would be great but who really wants to waste time programming in a bunch of dead repeaters.

I will be coming down in a couple weeks with my D-Star rig and an Elk dual band LPDA.

I would have thought there would be more active repeaters covering the area.
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We dont need more repeaters in the area. In my opinion. The ones we have are quite 80 percent of the time. They get active during a net or a Hurricane rest of the time all u will hear is the id. There is one DStar repeatet in Baldwin County in Magnolia Springs. The DStar Repeater has good coverage.
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I tried to connect to the DStar repeater last night with from a Dongle but it kept disconnecting me.
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