Ncprm coverage/repeater map

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reconrider8

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Does anyone still have a copy of either of these? Im also trying to find out of Louisburg has any portable coverage?
 

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What is 'NCPRM'? There are several sited that might help you. Google 'PCRN' (peidmont coastal repeater network)... it is a listing of repeaters in a state wide linked network. Also Artscipubs.com has a state by state listing of repeaters. As far as what you can access mobile that depends on your power, antenna, and location. In other words, 5 vs. 25 watts; rubber duck vs. good mobile or base antenna; in a valley, on a mountain, or on flat land. Remember VHF/UHF is line of sight to the repeater. Don't forget to check out your local ham club for help.
 

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I have the coverage map for my UHF DMR repeater that is part of the NC PRN. Are you looking for the DMR maps for NC? All of my repeaters are located in Onslow county.



Although not PRN, here is a map of the P25 system that covers a good portion of Southern ENC.

 

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Really looking for a map of all the prn repeaters. The prn website used to have a small map of each site but then I think that went away but at least a map of all the repeaters
 

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I cannot determine if any of this info is up-to-date or not so use at your discretion.

If there was a 'state-wide' coverage map, I can't find it. Just his one with some individual repeater coverage.

Repeaters – PRN
 
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