SAN DIEGO AREA IRLP NODE 7870 - W6ZN REPEATER
 

 

 

REPEATER SITE WEBCAM
 
145.280 LIVE AUDIO STREAM
 
449.300 LIVE AUDIO STREAM

 

 

The W6ZN amateur repeaters are located 45 miles NNE of the city of San Diego, California at an elevation of 5600' ASL, on Palomar Mountain, home of the Palomar Observatory. Excellent signal coverage into San Diego and throughout most of San Diego County, with limited coverage into Mexico and the greater LA area. These are privately owned open repeaters. Both have emergency battery backup to keep them running in the event of a power outage.

Both machines decode and encode PL tone. Using CTCSS (tone squelch) will block out distant repeaters on your receiver.


 
 
 

FUSION REPEATER STATUS:

REPEATER: OPERATIONAL   MODE: AUTO   IRLP: OPERATIONAL   WIRES-X: OPERATIONAL

 

 

Celebrating our UHF repeater's 28th year on the air!

The 449.300 MHz repeater supports IRLP, WiRES-X and analog/C4FM digital via System Fusion technology. Link access is open to all licensed amateurs. 

IRLP NODE 7870. Connect to an IRLP node by entering its four digit node number, '73' to disconnect. See: IRLP User Page.

WiRES-X Network via W6ZN-RPT (Node 18289) or WiRES-X Room PALOMAR (Room 28289). See: WiRES-X User Page.

 

 
 
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