146.835 N4KHQ Repeater Dahlonega, GA
Coverage is shown to the right. The blue is a usable mobile signal. The gray area is usable mobile, but you need to stop your vehicle. The repeater is a GE Mastr, but the Micor just won't quit. Update: I replaced the Micor withe the GE Mastr II Sept. 2017. The Mastr II is a 110 watt repeater set to 60 watts output. The repeater is an ECHO link repeater and has a frequency agile remote base on 440 and 220. The repeater is linked to Peachtree City NWS when severe weather conditions are present.
Oct 10, 1994
Left to Right: Tim Moss (KE4NYK), Brian Chester (KF4CUS), Dean Bisky (W4BCS), and Maynard (Mac) Waters (KJ4P)
Antenna and tower installation is a big job and many hams helped. Tim has made more trips with me to the 2 meter site than anyone. Brian and Mac helped install two towers.
Repeater Map Showing 4 repeaters. 146.835, 224.980, 224.480, 443.100. Open in new window to enlarge.
The 2 meter antenna is now on the 190 ft. tower shown in the video below and a Kenwood DMR 710 repeater 3/21/2020