Today a few changes were made to the C.A.R.P. repeaters at the Mile High location:
– The 2m repeater remains stand-alone and is now analog FM only
– The 70cm and 1.25m repeaters are back online and linked to each other
We have observed intermittent RFI on the 444.725 MHz repeater. We are working to fully identify and resolve the issue.
The current ETA to link the Mile High repeaters and bring the 70cm Bear Mountain stand-alone repeater back online is July 2017. The CARP repeater page will be updated as we continue with changes and upgrades to the system.
The tone of the CARP 2-meter 147.675 MHz repeater has been changed back to 141.3.
There is a new repeater on the air on the CARP 2-meter repeater pair of 147.675/147.075 Mhz. The repeater is out of Redwood City area and is currently in pending status with NARCC. We have been asked if we have had any problems/interference from the new repeater.
If you have noticed any new interference, please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. Also if you have the opportunity to monitor the 147.675 Mhz repeater that would be greatly appreciated.
The CARP 2-Meter K6ARP 147.675 Mhz repeater has been repaired and is back online. The tone is still 123.0.
As some of you may have noticed the CARP 2-Meter 147.675 MHz Mile High machine has been off the air for the last few days. The machine is experiencing some interference and we are working to resolve the issue.
In the mean time, the PL on the 147.675 machine has been changed to 123.0 hz. This is only a temporary change and will be switched back as soon as the issue is resolved. So if you can not get into the machine try switching to the new PL.