Amateur radio repeaters now in the database

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hfxChris

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In case anybody missed the announcement:

http://forums.radioreference.com/community-announcements-news/221318-coming-soon-radioreference-new-features-enhancements-september-2011-a.html

The database is now accepting amateur radio frequencies, both repeaters and simplex. If you have anything you want added to the DB please submit it through the usual methods, and make sure you include the repeater call sign, tx and rx frequencies, tones (if any), location (town is fine) and the county that it's in please, as the repeaters have to be added at the county levels. If it's simplex then make sure to state that.
 
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I was in Dartmouth/Halifax earlier this summer and I can verify that 146.94 and 147.15 are on the air as listed with no tones. I wish I had known about the 151.4 tone on 53.55; I had it loaded up in my Syntor X9000 ready to rock but never could bring it up.

Does the Halifax radio club really get together 7 days a week at 8:00 PM as the announcement on 146.94 would have me believe, or is the controller just broken? :lol:
 
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