W5NOR - SCARS repeater - VHF - 147.060 MHz
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member vulture1957
N 35° 13.033 W 097° 20.423
14S E 651048 N 3898394
VHF repeater for South Canadian Amateur Radio System club on the Cleveland County District 2 antenna tower near 72nd St and Alameda Ave east of Norman.
Waymark Code: WMR67G
Location: Oklahoma, United States
Date Posted: 05/15/2016
Published By:Groundspeak Charter Member Marky
Views: 5

from W5NOR - SCARS web site

VHF - 147.060 MHz - W5NOR

This repeater transmits on 147.060 MHz and has a typical +600 khz offset. This receiver requires that a 141.3 hz CTCSS tone be present before it turns on. This repeater is available for general local use 24 hours a day. However, during severe weather conditions, or emergency situations, this repeater is the primary ARES communication repeater. During these times, the repeater will additionally ID as 'Net mode', and the CTCSS tone will not be required.

This repeater is located at the Cleveland County District 2 tower, east of Norman, at about 72nd and Alameda. This system uses a Andrew® DB224-E antenna, that provides about 6 dBd of gain. This antenna is on the west leg of the tower, about 300 feet above ground level. Ground level at this location is 1,187 feet above sea level.

The South Canadian Amateur Radio Society is an ARRL Special Services Club that serves the Amateur Radio Operators in the Norman, Oklahoma area. The club has been operating since the late seventies, and works hard to help grow the amateur radio community in the region.

A Little About Us...

The South Canadian Amateur Radio Society (SCARS) is a 501(c)3 Amateur Radio Organization based out of Norman, Oklahoma, home of the University of Oklahoma Sooners.

SCARS Organization

SCARS has been an entity within the city of Norman and Cleveland County for many years, not only working hard to spread knowledge about ham radio but to also serve as a volunteer base during times of emergency.

Community Service

SCARS has many volunteers that are part of the Amateur Radio Emergency Services, (ARES) team and the Community Emergency Response Team, (CERT).
ARRL Special Services Club

SCARS is also identified by the American Radio League as a Special Services Club and a member of the Central Oklahoma Radio Amateurs, a group of clubs that coordinate their efforts across central Oklahoma.

Repeater Call Sign: W5NOR

Output Frequency: 147.00

Input Frequency: 147.00

Input/Output Tone: A tone is required for input, but no tone is encoded on output.

Input Tone: 141.3 hz CTCSS

Antenna height (above average terrain): 1,487.00

Club Web Page: [Web Link]

Output Tone: Not listed

Output Power: Not Listed

IRLP: Not Listed

IRLP Node ID: Not listed

Echolink: Not Listed

Echolink Node Number: Not listed

D-STAR: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:
Not ham operator: Obtain geographical proximity to repeater site and post relevant picture with log. CAUTION: Observe posted KEEP OUT signs to prevent exposure to high levels of RF emissions. Do not climb towers. Do not trespass. Ham operator: Complete a QSO on the repeater. Requirements: Your call, the other station's call, signal report from other station, your location relative to repeater (GPS coordinates, or bearing/distance), transmit power.
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