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Old 02-28-2008, 06:27 AM
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My repeater guide is from 2005/06, so it's obviously old. Back then they were shown as open access repeaters, but the autopatch was closed, IIRC.
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I just confirmed with the 2007/2008 TravelPlus CD. They're no longer listed as Open.
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Old 02-28-2008, 10:10 AM
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They're no longer listed as Open.
Bummer.
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Old 02-29-2008, 11:21 AM
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http://www.risingsun4x4club.org/foru...ead.php?t=6030

This coverage would also include Hole in the Rock and the Hotel Rock trails.
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Old 02-29-2008, 11:24 AM
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I received this from Jack, a fellow ham we met on one of our Hole in the Rock trips.

"The repeater you mention is the one on Navajo Mountain. It's probably the most predominant land feature along Lake Powell (to the South West). It serves pretty much all of the Lake Powell area including Page, AZ. The frequenty is 146.90 minus offset. There's no PL tone to my knowledge.
However, be advised that it may be temporarily off the air. I was in the Lake Powell area doing some wheeling last weekend and the repeater would not kerchunk.

For other repeaters in Utah you might want to check out the Utah VHF Society's website: http://www.ussc.com/~uvhfs/.

There are repeaters on the Henry Mtn range, the Abajo Mountain range (Montecello area) and many are linked. The UVHS website can give you lots of details.

Good luck and 73,

Jack KD7NX"
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Thanks, Bruce.

The UVHS site shows that the 146.9 repeater in Moab has a tone of 88.5 (assuming we're talking about the same repeater).

It seems that a few repeaters in the area are no longer open/operating.

We have a few club members out there this weekend. Hopefully they'll test the ones we *think* are available and report back.

My records show that 146.610 (Monticello/Abajo Peak) and 147.080 (Hanksville/Mt. Ellen) are the only Sinbad-linked repeaters in the area. Does this correlate with your knowledge?
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