The Lakeshore Repeater Association’s 2 Meter KR9RK analog repeater on 147.270 MHz (+600 kHz) with CTCSS tone of 127.3 Hz and 70 centimeter KR9RK analog repeater on 442.000 MHz (+ 5.0 MHz) CTCSS 127.3 Hz is positioned on the border of Racine and Kenosha county’s for optimal performance. With its RX antenna at 465′ and TX antenna at 380′ our analog repeater systems provides reliable wide area coverage. State of the Art continuous Ham Duty Motorola SLR series repeaters have cutting edge technology DMR digital and analog modes for reliable 24/7/365 use with automated battery backup charging system with full online diagnostics. If you use this either of these machine's and find it valuable we ask you consider supporting is costs by joining. The Lakeshore Repeater Association.
A repeater is an electronic device that receives a portables or mobile signal on one frequency and re-transmits the received voice audio at a higher output level on another frequency, so that the signal can cover longer distances without degradation. The term “repeater” originated with Morse code telegraphy and referred to an electro-mechanical device used to regenerate telegraph signals. Today the Lakeshore Repeater Association operate the Three KR9RK repeaters in the VHF and UHF spectrum including both analog and DMR UHF systems. These repeaters cover a large area of South Eastern Wisconsin and parts of North Eastern Illinois. These repeaters help the Ham Radio community keep in contact over long distances that would otherwise not be possible in the Very-High and Ultra-High Frequency spectrum.
Courteous and legal use of a repeater is the responsibility of every amateur radio operator. Amateur Radio Operators in an effort to promote Good Amateur Practice have established these guidelines to encourage good operating practices. Individuals who are unable abide by these guidelines may be asked to refrain from using the Lakeshore repeaters.
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