Amateur Radio Repeaters in the Florida Keys. Every Tuesday evening there is a practice net at pm on all the linked 2 meter repeaters. VHF 2m - These.
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Florida Keys Amateur Radio Club - K4FLK. is NA & Grid square EL, and several members are active on 6M & 2M ssb, HF and various digital modes. Florida amateur radio repeater database for ham repeaters in the US, , MHz, DMR, Key West, Miami-Dade, N2GKG, OPEN, Unknown status.
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Apr 13, - , , AK3ML, Cudjoe Key [MM22] - Memorial Florida Keys Repeater Club, 2m ( MHz), Ham, Amateur Radio Ham Radio Repeater in Google Maps. 6m (50 MHz), 2m ( MHz), m ( MHz). 70cm ( MHz), 33cm ( MHz) Number of repeaters found: Click any map pin to get details of the repeater(s) at that location.
Florida Keys Amateur Radio Club. likes · 1 talking about this. We are local Amateur Radio Operators helping FL Keys communities through Amateur Radio Missing: 2m | Must include: 2m. Amateur radio and GMRS database for Ham Radio in Florida showing all open ham repeaters in US, Canada, and Mexico.
SARnet: Statewide Amateur Radio Networking in Florida The key to what makes SARnet work so well is that this network uses dedicated bandwidth that is. Apr 4, - For a complete accurate listing of all Gulf Coast area coordinated repeater frequencies, visit the FLORIDA REPEATER COUNCIL listing.
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