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ANALOG/VHF


W1EE, 146.655, offset -600KHz

We have two active analog repeaters, both on the same frequency but with different PLs:

DMR/UHF


W1EE, 447.125MHz, offset -5MHz, Color Code 2 (Listen here)

The DMR repeater is open to all, but is restricted to ARES and emergency traffic during ARES activations.

Time Slot #1 Time Slot #2
Worldwide Northeast
Worldwide English CT-ARES Statewide
North America CT-ARES Statewide Alert
CT-ARES Statewide B Local
Local B CT-ARES TAC 1
TAC 310 CT-ARES TAC 2
TAC 311 CT-ARES TAC 3
CT-ARES TAC 11 CT-ARES TAC 4
CT-ARES TAC 12 CT-ARES TAC 5
CT-ARES TAC 13
CT-ARES TAC 14
CT-ARES TAC 15

To access TAC channels: Key your PTT on the TAC channel. That will activate the TAC channel. Your conversation will only be heard on other DMR repeaters that have also activated that TAC channel. The connection to the TAC channel will be dropped after 10 minutes of inactivity on that channel on your local repeater.

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