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Default Yaesu System Fusion repeaters on the air

Let's use this thread to document Yaesu System Fusion repeaters that are on the air.

This thread is not for discussing pros and cons of Yaesu System Fusion as a digital voice format.
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I know of 2 that are in Beta Mode on loan from Yaesu for trial and testing. One in Crestview, Florida 2 meter and one in Troy, Alabama also 2 meter.
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KC7IYE Repeater - Education Hill area
145.310 (minus offset)
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145.170 WA2RES in Manchester NJ, Ocean County.
Running in AUTO/AUTO mode (analog PL 131.8 or digital on demand).
BETA unit from Yaesu.
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Huntsville, Alabama
145.330 (PL 100.0) (Negative offset)
W4ATV

I cannot confirm since I don't have SF equipment, but I have heard the repeater trustee testing it out.

Huntsville, Alabama, 145.33, W4ATV Repeater
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I know of two in my area.

Auburn, ME
146.610 (-) PL 88.5 analog

Conway, NH
145.450 (-) PL 100.0 analog
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Default Orlando, FL Fusion

W4MCO 443.050+ running dual mode. Awaiting arrival of a second repeater.

103.5 PL in Analog mode.

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Can someone post a listing of which ones are actually linked or have Wires-X connectivity? I don't really see the use of a standalone system. I'm guessing there are others that feel this way too.
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Can someone post a listing of which ones are actually linked or have Wires-X connectivity? I don't really see the use of a standalone system. I'm guessing there are others that feel this way too.
None connected yet, as the current firmware doesn't support it. Apparently this is coming "soon", though.
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Default Sys Fusion In Sacramento, CA?

Are there any system fusion repeaters up in Sacramento, CA? I'll be up there over Thanksgiving.
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K9LPW 146.760 in Indianapolis. On a tower near 21st and Post on the east side of town. Repeater is configured for AMS.
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Here's a decent reference. I think this list will grow, with the $500 repeater offer. Repeater List
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Medicine Hat Amateur Radio Club
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
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Polk County Amateur Radio Association - Balsam Lake WI
147.195 + 110.9 hz
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That repeater list above is nowhere near complete or up to date.
In Chattanooga, TN, Fusion in AMS mode is on 146.790.
Another Fusion repeater is going up on 444.100 soon, and the plan was to keep that just in C4FM digi mode.
Supposedly there is a system Fusion repeater in Cleveland, just outside of Chattanooga, but someone else will have to confirm that one.
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146.085 (+) PL 100.0
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I've got one on the air here in Southeast Michigan, more specifically, Pinckney, near Hell, Michigan.

W2GLD 442.675 MHz. +5.00 MHz. PL 141.3 Hz. or DSQ 001 (Pinckney, MI)

The repeater is always in Auto/Auto mode; however, WiRES-X is limited to digital only, as the analog side already has AllStar Link, IRLP, and EchoLink available for linking.

Also, there are two more on the air here in Livingston County, Michigan as well. In Howell, the Livingston County Amateur Radio Klub (W8LRK) has recented added a VHF and UHF System Fusion repeater as well.

W8LRK 146.680 MHz. -.600 kHz. PL 162.2 Hz. (Howell, MI)
W8LRK 444.525 MHz. +5.00 MHz. PL 100.0 Hz. (Howell, MI)
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443.975 in Wellington, FL is on the air with a Fusion repeater. It is also linked to the Florida-wide SARNET (not digital). We will also be replacing our 147.045 repeater with a Fusion repeater in dual-mode soon.
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442.800, PL 110.9 (analog mode), +5.000, K5BSA, Denton, TX. Auto in / Auto out.
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In the Calgary, Alberta area, the following repeaters are reported to have Fusion ability:
145.1100 VE6EIT Bragg Creek [analog as well]
146.6850 VE6CID
146.940 VE6RPT Cochrane analog and P25? [have heard digital on here but also may have been P25]
147.000 VE6HRA Alderysyde [have heard digital on this frequency] and analog
147.135 VE6GER Crossfield analog but is currently listed as Off-Air
444.000 VE6RYC [but not 146.85 which is also VE6RYC] analog as well
444.675 VE6FIL [have heard digital signal on this frequency] digital only

Other repeaters listed as having Fusion in Alberta
Medicine Hat frequency posted above
442.175 VA6ARD Red Deer/Pine Lake area.
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