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Digital Voice for Amateur Use - Discuss use of digital voice technologies on the amateur radio bands. This is to include technologies such as VoIP, P25, DMR/TRBO, NXDN, D-STAR, etc.

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Old 04-02-2016, 7:44 PM
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The ( The Missouri Valley ARC Inc.) " W0NH " have a Fusion repeater in dual-mode In Saint Joseph, MO on 146.850 - 600 MHz PL 100.
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Butler, PA. Butler County Amateur Radio Association Repeater 147.36/96 Dual mode Fusion and FM (TX/RX PL 131.8). Wires X yet but the discussion is still in the work on how to get internet to the repeater site as well they want to make sure the repeater has any and all bugs worked out before linking it to wires X system.
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The AA9RT UHF Fusion repeater (444.300+) in Shiloh Illinois is now operating with full time digital Wires-X (node 18029), linked to the ILLINOIS-LINK room. Our coverage range is approximately 25 miles at this time due to a compromised antenna system. We will be performing an antenna upgrade in the near future, and anticipate increased coverage.
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Tulsa Amateur Radio Club went on the air this afternoon (1/15) in dual-mode on 145.110, PL 88.5 from the site on Lookout Mountain @ KTUL Channel 8. Initial and testing reports in both analog and C4FM are good. No WIRES Internet connection at this time.
This repeater was taken out of service yesterday to go on the bench to find out why it's so deaf. After that is sorted out, we're looking at putting it back up as a UHF repeater on 443.750, AMS with 88.5 PL on the analog side.

Anybody with any insight on these repeaters going deaf, drop me a PM, please.
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Old 05-05-2016, 4:24 PM
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Anybody with any insight on these repeaters going deaf, drop me a PM, please.
Folks, N5TWB clearly stated that anybody with any insight should contact him by PM.

This thread is for listing Fusion repeaters that are on the air, not for talking about Fusion repeater problems. For that kind of discussion, please go here.
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KX3B in Holtwood, Pa ( just south of Lancaster) is alive and well..it is an AMS system with about 50/50 analog and digital use.. GREAT coverage across SE Pa and north eastern Md.. 146.745 -600. 114.8hz pl..

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Default Northern Colorado..YSF plans?

I haven't found any YSF repeaters that can reach into the Boulder Valley "fringe" area? Clubs with plans, hopes, dreams?

Tnx!!!
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Joplin Amateur Radio Club, Joplin, MO 147.210-RX 147.810-TX PL 91.5 AMS enabled.
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Default Fresno, CA

Fresno and Clovis, CA

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Sorry made an error on offset listing for K6ARP Clovis Amateur Radio Pioneers for Fresno CA and Clovis CA:

147.675 is "negative offset" not positive.

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Default New Chattanooga Fusion repeater

In Chattanooga, the W4PL group just put 442.725 on the air, C4FM digital mode only and it is linked into WIRES-X. It is located on Walden Ridge above Falling Water.
The W4AM 444.100 on Lookout Mountain that is analog/C4FM digital will reportedly have Internet and WIRES-X connection "soon."
Other Chattanooga Fusion machines on the air include 146.790 K4VCM dual mode on Signal Mountain, and 444.150 W4PL hybrid Fusion C4FM for FDMA and DMR TDMA, also located on Walden Ridge above Falling Water.
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Old 11-30-2016, 11:05 PM
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Boise Downtown area:
Balihoo Amateur Radio Club has a fusion repeater on 442.600 PL 100.0.
AMS mode in and out.

There has been some talk about connecting to a Wires node in the future.
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And additional Fusion repeater in Calgary, Alberta is on 147.135. It is listed in repeaterbook.com as VA6GER however today using Fusion it was displaying VA6CAL.
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In Chattanooga, the W4PL group just put 442.725 on the air, C4FM digital mode only and it is linked into WIRES-X. It is located on Walden Ridge above Falling Water.
The W4AM 444.100 on Lookout Mountain that is analog/C4FM digital will reportedly have Internet and WIRES-X connection "soon."
Other Chattanooga Fusion machines on the air include 146.790 K4VCM dual mode on Signal Mountain, and 444.150 W4PL hybrid Fusion C4FM for FDMA and DMR TDMA, also located on Walden Ridge above Falling Water.
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In the Knoxville area we have a few YSF Digital Repeaters -most notable is the 147.000 MHz, negative offset, repeater operated by KD4CWB. It is a wide area repeater and many more have came online in recent months giving users around the Knoxville area the ability to communicate digitally.

There have also been simplex WIRES-X nodes that have came online in different areas, in addition to RF Shark's which many ham operators have been using around the house and mobile.
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