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SIERA Repeater NV7CV Operates on a Frequency of 147.330 MHz, PL: 123.0 Hz, Offset: +600 Hz
SSC #2346

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Reference Links: Test Area:
Revised: 12/18/2021
Anything placed in this Test Area is for test puposes only and may be removed without notice...

 
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Special Reference Links:
The following links have been submitted by individuals and/or by students as part of their curriculum and research.
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  • Amateur Radio Resources: Scanners - added 5/5/2013
  • The link above has been provided by Dan, a student of Ms. Ward's class in Delaware. Dan is working on a special assignment for "Technology Hobbies" at his school.
    The members of the Sierra Intermountain Emergency Radio Association wish Dan and his class well in their research.

  • The History of Radio - added 2/26/2014
  • The link above has been provided by Lizzie, who is helping her family and friends start a new amateur-radio enthusiasts club. Lizzie is also interested in becoming an Amateur Radio operator herself.
    The members of the Sierra Intermountain Emergency Radio Association thank her for her input to our website and hope she gets her ham license soon.

The Following Links are listed alphabetically by category
  • Hamfests (feel free to suggest sites)
  • Satellites
    • Heavens Above
    • J-Pass 2.0
    • TopoZone.Com - a great place to find your Latitude/longitude (helpful in using above sites)
      • TopoZone.Com - example showing Lat/long of our Meeting place @ St. Gall (note that you can switch between degrees.decimal and D/M/S, zoom in and out, and change the size of the map)

PLEASE feel free to contact us with any suggested corrections (orphaned links etc.), and suggested links for this web page. Use the "Contact Us" link to send your suggestions or comments.

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