2m Repeater for Sterling

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yotebuster

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In the ARRL Repeater Directory there is a frequency for Sterling of 145.2900 shows a minus offset but no PL tones listed. It also shows the sponsor of the repeater to be NECARA but I cant find a club web site. Does anybody know the tones for this repeater and if so are they "tone" or "tone squelch"? Holyoke is another one 146.9550 minus offset with no tones of type and the sponsor is PCARC.

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Colorado is 15Khz. Usually, if no tone is listed, none is required. When I lived in Sterling (100 years ago), there were no repeaters there. Tones are used more to keep out interference than to keep out users. With one repeater, not thinking there is a lot of interference problems.
 

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Sterling repeater is carrier squelch (no tone required).
NECARA does not have any website that I know of.
Holyoke is also carrier squelch - no tone.
All of Colorado is 15 KHz band plan for 2 meter use.
(If it's not broke, don't fix it.)

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Did you check with the sponsor? When I lived in Sterling in the 90's there was a repeater on 146.910 but I think that's gone. The old club was HPARC which I think is gone as well.
 
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