PARC & Affiliated Repeaters
This list includes W6NWG repeaters operated by PARC and other repeaters open to use by PARC members. All W6NWG repeaters are located on Palomar Mountain and are open to all amateurs.
|52.680||-||107.2||W6NWG||Temporarily off the air|
|146.730||-||107.2*||W6NWG||see Note 1|
|147.130||+||107.2||W6NWG||Known squelch problems|
|447.000||-||107.2||W6NWG||see Note 3|
|224.940||-||107.2||KK6KD||Sharp Hospital coverage|
|146.175||+||107.2||N6FQ||Fallbrook ARC; linked to 445.600|
|445.600||-||107.2||N6FQ||Fallbrook ARC; linked to 146.175|
|145.050||(s)||N/A||W6NWG-1||Packet node; linked to Metro 9600 net|
|146.700||-||N/A||W6NWG-3||Packet duplex repeater; Duplex|
PARC operates an (amateur fast-scan television) repeater. It's back on the air as of November 28, 2010. Currently there are no links to other ATV sites.
- ATV in: 915 MHz WBFM, audio subcarrier 5.8 MHz
- ATV in: 2441.5 MHz WBFM, audio subcarrier 6.0 MHz
- Intercom: 146.415 MHz NBFM simplex (tone 79.7) (currently not working)
- ATV out: 1241.25 MHz VSB, NTSC standard
The PARC repeater site on Palomar Mountain is located at 5560 feet above mean sea level and 2132 feet above average terrain. It covers most of San Diego County and beyond into Mexico and out to sea, and is shielded from the North.
Note 1: The 146.730 repeater transmits a CTCSS tone of 107.2, so you don't have to listen to other repeaters on the same channel when propagation is good. The input access tone of 107.2 Hz is usually on, but can be disabled for nets and other events.
Note 2: PARC no longer operates an autopatch or a packet BBS.
Note 3: The 447 MHz repeater has been equipped with EchoLink experimentally. As a side effect, users who have tone decode enabled will not hear the repeater identify. EchoLink operational details will be made available as testing continues.