Thanks!

And to clarify, these are potentially busy public repeaters, *not*
what we will be using for launch coordination.

However, we've got all weekend so some HAM people might be interested
in working them for fun, and with the very large range it might be
useful for the convoy or people coming in Sunday morning to possibly
contact us from well outside the range of launch control.


-Nathan

On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 1:15 PM, K Wilson <kwilson...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> A question came up about local repeaters for 2m near the
> launch site and I've found these listed:
>
>  Millican, Pine Mountain
>  http://www.repeaterbook.com/repeaters/details.php?state_id=41&ID=198
>
>  Hampton, Glass Butte
>  http://www.repeaterbook.com/repeaters/details.php?state_id=41&ID=206
>
> The links contain the information on frequency, offset and tone. I'm
> not sure which repeater is closer. They are both listed as 'OPEN'.
>
> See also:
> High Desert Amateur Radio Group    http://www.hidarg.org/
>
> (PSAS flight operations will be (simplex) on 146.430 MHz)
>
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