Analog Repeaters

Location: Kirkland, WA – Rose Hill neighborhood, elevation approximately 500 feet above sea level.
All antennas are on a 120-foot tower.
Repeaters are equipped with diesel generator emergency power.
Coverage area: Central Puget Sound Basin: Everett to Federal Way, and the western slopes of the Cascades to the west side of the Kitsap Peninsula.

The Rose Hill Analog Repeaters are all GE Master II units, and are all linked together (except the 220Mhz repeater). 
When traffic is received on any one of the repeaters, that traffic is retransmitted out on all 3. Each repeater has a unique courtesy tone:

  • 70cm: a hi-low courtesy tone
  • 2m: a single courtesy tone
  • 6m: a 4-sound courtesy tone

Additionally, traffic received over the IRLP link uses a double-beep courtesy tone.

When listening to the repeater, the source of the traffic can be identified by listening to the courtesy tone.

IRLP node# 3978
See the repeater’s current IRLP status!: http://status.irlp.net/index.php?PSTART=11&nodeid=3978

70cm Repeater: Analog
Output Frequency: 441.075 MHz
Offset: +5 MHz
PL Tone: 103.5 Hz
Output Power: 80 watts
Antenna: Decibel Products Double 8-bay Dipole Array

70cm Repeater: Analog, but located at Lincoln Square
Output Frequency: 444.6 MHz
Offset: +5 MHz
PL Tone: 103.5 Hz
Output Power: 80 watts
Antenna: Decibel Products Double 8-bay Dipole Array
(Note: This repeater is not linked to any of our other repeaters as it is located in a different facility.)

220Mhz Repeater: Analog
Output Frequency: 224.36 MHz
Offset: -1.6 MHz
PL Tone: 103.5 Hz
Output Power: 30 watts
Antenna: Decibel Products 4-bay Dipole Array
(NOTE: The 220MHz repeater is *NOT* linked to any of the other repeaters)

2m Repeater: Analog
Output Frequency: 145.49 MHz
Offset: -0.6 MHz
PL Tone: 103.5 Hz
Output Power: 100 watts
Antenna: Decibel Products 4-bay Dipole Array

6m Repeater: Analog
Output Frequency: 53.17 MHz
Offset: -1.7 MHz
PL Tone: 100.0 Hz
Output Power: 100 watts
Antenna: Decibel Products 4-bay Dipole Array

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