Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Tulsa area hams have new packet digipeater

I am pleased to announce we have finished commissioning a new packet digipeater for the Tulsa area. It is located at a high elevation site near Mounds, OK. We were able to successfully work it on 5 watts on an outside antenna in the 61st and Memorial area. I am able to work it on 5 watts on an external antenna near the 101st and 145th E. Ave. area in Broken Arrow.

It operates on 145.01 Mhz with callsign KT5DIG-7 and is available for conventional packet use, as well as the RMS Express application that can be used to connect to AE5ME-12 to send and receive messages. It will be used during the upcoming COMEX on November 8th.

If you have any questions regarding the digipeater, feel free to send an email message to ae5me at yahoo dot com.

Thanks to Jeff AE5ME for this report.

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