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Voice of the Yaak 448.9000 mhz

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cjrjr507

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Hi All

Heard this this morning on my scanner. 70 cm repeater "Voice of the Yaak" on 448.9000 mhz. Monitoring it to get the PL if any. Came in loud and clear. Will get the call sign too. Searched the net but did not find it listed yet so it might be a new repeater.
 

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Maybe the Voice of the Mac ?? for the Mac-Pass Repeater group
http://www.macpassradio.com/mprg/

448.9000- 131.8 Helena, North Hills Lewis and Clark WR7HLN OPEN ON-AIR
Helena, North Hills, Montana, 448.9, WR7HLN Repeater

448.9000- 131.8 Missoula, University Mountain Missoula WR7HLN OPEN ON-AIR
Missoula, University Mountain, Montana, 448.9, WR7HLN Repeater

Hi All

Heard this this morning on my scanner. 70 cm repeater "Voice of the Yaak" on 448.9000 mhz. Monitoring it to get the PL if any. Came in loud and clear. Will get the call sign too. Searched the net but did not find it listed yet so it might be a new repeater.
 

cjrjr507

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Ok, KG7EWK; Voice of the Yaak. All I heard on the scanner for the call sign was KG7EW, hmmm.
Found it on the FCC Genmen and it's the Yaak Amateur Radio Club; owner: John H. Loney
 
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