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Fairbanks/North Pole Repeater System “Krystal”

Current Operational Frequency: 147.180
Split: + (Positive)
PL Tone: 123.0
Output Watts: 20 (Medium)
Simplex IRLP Node: Connected to Reflector 9109 (ACTIVE)
Location: The hills at the northern part of Fairbanks
General Coverage Area: Fairbanks/North Pole/Eielson/Salcha/Nenana and beyond!
Club Members/Admin: [KL1AC] [KL3XJ] [WL7CW]
Notes:  This is an open repeater system is open for all to use.
It is connected to a simplex node that is always parked on the 9109 reflector.
Do not re-direct the connected simplex node on this system.
Current Status: OPERATIONAL


Fairbanks/North Pole IRLP Simplex Node

Current Operational Frequency: 146.180
Split: No Split
PL Tone: 100.0
Output Watts: 5 (Low)
Simplex IRLP Node: Connected to Reflector 9109 (ACTIVE)
General Coverage: North Pole (Chena Lakes / Northern side of Plack Rd on the lake side)
Club Members/Admin: [KL1AC] [KL3XJ]
Notes: Put on low power after the creation of the Krystal repeater system in Fairbanks.
This is an open node for all to use and is connected to the 9109 Reflector.
I’m OKAY with re-directing this node only after emailing me for permission before hand.  Contact me here.  
Current Status: OPERATIONAL

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