The K2CC 2m Repeater is: On Air
The K2CC D-Star Repeater is: On Air
The K2CC DMR Repeater is: Off Air
- 1 Public Repeater Operation
- 2 Location
- 3 Repeater Administration
Public Repeater Operation
2 Meter: 146.895 MHz
The K2CC 2 meter (VHF) repeater has an output frequency of 146.895 MHz, with a -0.6 MHz offset. It requires a CTCSS tone of 151.4 Hz. The 2 meter repeater supports IRLP and is node 4747.
This repeater is linked to the East Coast Reflector by default. It can be disconnected from this reflector by dialing 73. The repeater will reconnect after 3 hours.
70 Centimeter DMR: 443.3500+ Mhz
The 70 centimeter DMR repeater is currently off air.
23 Centimeter 1284.00- (Voice) 1298.00 (Data)
The 23 centimeter (1.2GHz) repeaters are used for D-STAR data and voice. The voice repeater has with a -12 MHz offset and the data repeater is simplex.
The K2CC Repeaters are located on the Science Center Tower at Clarkson University. Its location is shown on the map below.
IRLP is supported on the 2m repeater. To connect to another node, dial its number on a DTMF keypad. To disconnect dial "73". The K2CC repeater's node number is 4747.
Link Communications RLC-2
The 2m transmitter/receiver was previously a modified GE Mastr II.
The IRLP controller is a Dell R710 server with an IRLP v3 interface board, sound card and parallel card.
All of the D-Star repeaters share a single Icom ID-RP2C controller.
23 cm Repeater
The 23 cm repeater uses an Icom ID-RP2V voice repeater module connected to port 4 of the controller and an Icom ID-RP2D data module connected to port 1.