146.760 MHz Repeater
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bulletInput           146.160    PL 94.8
bulletOutput        146.760  
bulletHeight        160 feet
bulletRadio          GE Mastr II
bulletController    ACC 85
bulletDuplexer     Wacom
bulletCallsign        KD4BBM
bulletAutopatch    Available to members only
bulletAntenna        DB Products

The 146.760 is our most historic repeater.  It is located at the University of Miami Main Campus at the U of Miami.   This repeater is said to be the first in Miami.  

Like all SFFMA repeaters, it is open to all licensed Amateurs. 

The antenna is at about 160' on top of one of the dormitories.   It uses a DB Products very heavy duty antenna that was installed after Hurricane Andrew in 1992.    There is back up power from a generator operated by the U of M.    NOAA weather radio alerts are heard on this repeater. 

The radio is a GE Mastr II.   The controller is an ACC 85.   

This repeater is full time linked to co-located the 1291.8 repeater.

This repeater is simulcast on 51.66 MHz. 


bulletLink to a co-located 441 MHz repeater
bulletSet up 6m RX to go with the TX
bulletAdd a voting RX elsewhere in Dade.


    South Florida FM Association, 2003   

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