Western NY Ham Repeaters

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Reception of signals from WNY on the bands where repeaters are found (10m and up) is extremely unlikely from Europe.
 

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145.110 - You can hear this with no problem in Canada it sits at over 2300ft
145.290 - Very good coverage repeater it sits on top of the Xerox Tower in Downtown Rochester
145.490 - Very good coverage repeater it is in Attica, NY on top of a very large hill
146.610 - Very good coverage repeater system, it is the Monroe County EOC System. One transmitter in Rochester with multiple receiver sites throughout the county.
146.880 - Ok Coverage, Nothing Great. Its on Cobb’s Hill in Rochester. Sunday night net started at 8 or 9pm.
146.790 - Ok Coverage, Nothing Great. Its at Highland Hospital in Rochester.

Hope this helps.

Dan - K2DMG



Reception of signals from WNY on the bands where repeaters are found (10m and up) is extremely unlikely from Europe.
 
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Well, "across the Pond" has referred to the Atlantic Ocean since before ham radio existed.
 
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Unless if you live in Western New York which, "Across the Pond," means Lake Ontario or Lake Erie.
I grew up in Rochester. Still means the Ocean to me.

Anyway, we really are off topic. I intended my original comment to be at least partly tongue-in-cheek.
 
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