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Old 01-02-2018, 5:04 PM
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Last year TAEMA put online a new 2 meter repeater at their backup site VHF site on reservoir hill. In analog the repeater is 146.835 with a PL of 103.5 However today I am hearing P25 testing going on. Could this repeater be both analog and P25? Can anyone else monitor as well? Thanks.
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Last year TAEMA put online a new 2 meter repeater at their backup site VHF site on reservoir hill. In analog the repeater is 146.835 with a PL of 103.5 However today I am hearing P25 testing going on. Could this repeater be both analog and P25? Can anyone else monitor as well? Thanks.
Some repeaters (such as the Motorola Quantar) do allow analog/P25 dual-mode. We have several here in my area.
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I believe the 146.835 repeater is a Yaesu Fusion machine.
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I believe the 146.835 repeater is a Yaesu Fusion machine.
This is correct. They weren't ready to put it into that mode when it was first installed. Don't know for certain but I expect they will eventually operate it in AMS/dual-mode where it can work with both analog and digital.
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Old 01-04-2018, 5:41 PM
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Thanks Jeff and Bart. I will submit the correction.
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