RF-Linking is not possible on the Nebraska Perma-Link system. -Myron (NG0M)
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On Monday, January 30th, 2014 – a new D-Star repeater was born in Kearney, Nebraska. KD0PBW is owned and operated by Nebraska Emergency Management Agency. The repeater is located near the jail facilities in Kearney. The repeater operates on a frequency of 147.030 (+ Port C) MHz, with a positive offset of 600 khz. Unless …
On Friday, March 22nd of 2013 – a new D-Star repeater was born in Falls City, Nebraska. KD0TLM is owned and operated by the Richardson County Radio Club. The repeater is located near the Court House, and currently around 50-60 feet above ground level. The repeater operates on a frequency of 147.315 (+ Port C) …
It’s been a rough winter for D-Star here in Nebraska, but I’m happy to say – everything is once again fully functional. Omaha (KD0CGR) was plagued with router and computer failures, and Lincoln (W0MAO) was plagued by unintentional sabotage by other State employees. Both systems have been returned to operational status – and – we’ll …
On November 11th, 2012 a new D-Star repeater was born in Nebraska. The WAØCOL repeater was installed near Columbus. The repeater is operating on a frequencies 146.955(-) (C) and 447.175(+) (B). The Nebraska Permalink will be facilitated through Reflector 002, Port “C”. Though port C is used for the Nebraska Permalink, ports A, B, D, …
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