Club Repeaters Status:


 Freq  PL Power  Status
147.210+
107.2
40 W
UP
147.180+
100.0
40 W
UP
146.730-
107.2
100W
UP
444.000+
107.2
100W
UP


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Door County Amateur Repeater Sites (DCARC) - Door County, WI

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The DCARC Repeaters are available for any licensed operator to use. We maintain 3 active VHF repeaters, 1 UHF repeater (Brussels Hill) and 1 cross-band repeater (Sturgeon Bay).

Active Repeaters

Sturgeon Bay - This is the club's main repeater - W9DOR/R. With it's antenna located at 460 ft on the WDOR-FM tower, this repeater covers most of Door County, parts of Northern Kewaunee County, and reaches across the bay into Oconto County, WI and parts of Menoninee County, MI. The Mastr3 repeater has a output frequency of 147.21 Mhz (input 147.81) and PL tone of 107.2.

This repeater also has a club sponsered Echolink access, node# 910826

Sister Bay - Located on a tower just North of Sister Bay, the antenna at 300 ft covers a portion of Northern Door County and Washington Island. Using the Call Sign W9AIQ, the Motorola MICOR repeater has a output frequency of 147.18 Mhz (input 147.78) and PL tone of 100.0.

Egg Harbor - Located on a tower between Carlsville and Egg Harbor, the antenna at 400 ft covers a portion of Northern and Central Door County. Using the Call Sign W9DOR/R, the 100W Mastr3 repeater has a output frequency of 146.73 Mhz (input 146.13) PL tone of 107.2, and voice ID announcement.

Brussels Hill - Located on a tower atop the Brussels Hill, the antenna at 170 ft covers a portion of Central and Southern Door County, including areas of Kewaunee County. Using the Call Sign W9DOR/R, the 100W Motorola MSF-5000 repeater has a output frequency of 444.000 Mhz and a PL tone of 107.2


The Hot Back-up Repeater located near the W9DOR repeater site was taken off line and disestablished in Oct 2015 due to the age of the equipment. We are looking for a replacement backup repeater in 2018


Cross Band Repeater

Sturgeon Bay - Located on a tower on the West side of Sturgeon Bay, the UHF "Link" in Sturgeon Bay operates on 446.985 Mhz (Simplex) with a tone of 162.2, connecting to the club's Sister Bay repeater. Local users in Sturgeon Bay can use a hand held into the cross band repeater and easily talk to operators in Sister Bay.


 

 

 

 

   
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