Estes Park Area Repeaters
|Location||Receive MHz||Transmit MHz||Offset||Tone||Comments|
|Estes Park||146.685||146.085||– 600 kHz||123.0 Hz||Pole Hill – linked with repeater below *|
|Estes Park||449.800||444.800||-5.00 MHz||123.0 Hz||Pole Hill – linked with repeater above *|
|Glen Haven||449.800||444.800||-5.00 MHz||110.9 Hz||Same freq. as above, different tone|
|Glen Haven||147.585||147.585||Simplex||123.0 Hz||Crossband to 444.800 EP UHF repeater|
|Allenspark||147.030||147.630||+600 kHz||100.0 Hz|
|Pinewood Springs||443.325||443.325||Simplex||123.0 Hz||Crossband to 444.800 EP UHF repeater|
* May be unlinked in an emergency.
Call Sign: NØFH-R
Since our VHF and UHF repeaters are normally linked, the EchoLink node connects to both machines. The node is open. No passwords, only the ‘ * ‘ character followed by a four, five, or six-digit number of the node where you wish to connect. The disconnect is ‘ # ‘.
A free Echolink app is available in the Apple and Google Play stores.
For more information go to Echolink.com
Node: 56517 or NØFH. For node status go to AllStar Link | Node List and enter NØFH in the Filter field
We are running Radio Mail Server (RMS) packet software on VHF, 145.070 MHz (1200 Baud). The call sign is NØFH-10. For more information go to Winlink.org
Note: Our Winlink system is currently down.