WB1GOF 2m repeater


Set your CTCSS encoder (and decoder, if desired) to 74.4 Hz

Use the following settings to use this repeater:
RX Freq: 146.9550 MHz
TX Freq: 146.3550 MHz
(standard -600 KHz offset)

WB1GOF 2m D-Star repeater


As of August 26, 2010, the WB1GOF port C VHF/2-meter D-Star repeater was brought online.

Use the following settings to use this repeater:
RX Freq: 145.3300 MHz
TX Freq: 144.7300 MHz
(standard -600 KHz offset)

MYCALL:
URCALL; CQCQCQ
RPT1: WB1GOF C
RPT2: WB1GOF G

WB1GOF 70cm D-Star repeater


As of April 3, 2010, this is now a D-Star repeater.

Use the following settings to use this repeater:
RX Freq: 442.450
TX Freq: 447.450
(standard +5MHz offset)

MYCALL:
URCALL; CQCQCQ
RPT1: WB1GOF B
RPT2: WB1GOF G

To unlink, change URCALL: CQCQCQ to URCALL: _______U (7 spaces followed by the letter U)

Attention users of the WB1GOF repeaters:

As you probably already know, a repeater takes considerable time and money
to operate and maintain. Both of the Westford WB1GOF repeaters have been in
operation since the early 90's. The PART of Westford club members have been
generous in the past by electing to pay the telephone line cost and it is
very much appreciated. The PART dues that are collected each year are used
only to support the telephone line expense and there are no other PART funding
of the repeaters. Other contributions have come from raffles and flea market
sales. Those proceeds are used to offset some of these costs.

Over the years we have made several major enhancements to the repeaters and
have some exciting plans for future operations. We are looking at adding a
D-Star VHF repeater to the existing D-Star UHF machine that was recently converted.
There also plans for putting a 900 MHz repeater on the air.

If you are a regular user of any of our repeaters, we are asking you to
consider donating to our repeater fund in order to allow us to maintain and
improve them for your continued use by clicking on the Donate button found below.

Thank you.







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Westford water tower. Home of the WB1GOF repeaters.