10m Repeater Now On…Kinda…Sorta…

A quick note to let you know that I’ve added “experimental” 10 meter RX and TX to the repeater. The RX is VERY deaf, so don’t even bother trying to hit it.

However, I would be interested in receiving your reception reports from the 10m repeater TX, which is 29.640 MHz. It should be transmitting anytime 53.670 is transmitting.

If anyone knows of a good spot for a 10m receive antenna, that can be linked on UHF to the repeater site at Sentinel Heights, please let me know.

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I'm a lifelong geek, interested in anything electronic, but especially ham radio, radio and TV broadcasting, and computers. Employed as Chief Engineer for WSTM-TV 3 (NBC), WSTQ-LP 14 (CW), and WTVH-TV 5 (CBS) in Syracuse, NY.
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3 Responses to 10m Repeater Now On…Kinda…Sorta…

  1. Dennis Haggerty says:

    I’ve a quick question Kevin,

    What are the legal implications for Tech class licensees using the 6 meter repeater on which we have privileges, if each transmission is cross banded onto a 10 meter repeater where we do not?

    Won’t we effectively be transmitting illegally?

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