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ARRL Affiliated Since 1947

NEWS:

ARRL Field Day 2019

Posted July 14, 2019

The annual ARRL Field Day was held on June 22 & 23. The Club participated in the event in Tribune at the QTH of Matt Matthes, KDØEZS.

Here are some photo's recapping the event:

Field Day 2019 #1

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Field Day 2019 #9

New SHARC Repeater

Posted January 24, 2019

A new SHARC repeater is now available in Lakin. This repeater is linked to the Garden City and Scott City Repeaters.
Tune your radio to 146.985 MHz and transmit with a negative offset (146.385 MHz). This repeater requires a 156.7 tone.
Thanks to Dale (NØKQX) and Dean (NØOMC) for getting this repeater up and running!

Kansas Area Repeater Map...

Posted June 11, 2018

Brandon, KDØHTI is busy working to help keep the Kansas area repeater map up to date. Updates and additions are a 'Work in Process', as they say. Additional data (Scott City and UHF) will be added soon.

CLICK HERE to view the map.

Corrections may be sent directly to Brandon: Send Email.

AREA REPEATERS:

SHARC Repeaters

The Sand Hills ARC operates the following 2 meter repeaters:

Garden City (WAØOQA): 146.910 (-) negative offset - 141.3 tone -- CURRENT STATUS: online
Scott City (WAØOQA): 146.700 (-) negative offset - 141.3 tone -- CURRENT STATUS: online
Lakin (NØOMC): 146.985 (-) negative offset - 156.7 tone -- CURRENT STATUS: online

These three repeaters are all linked together with Allstar.

K-Link Repeater Network

K-Link is a network of linked repeaters that covers a broad portion of the state of Kansas. The following local repeater is part of this network:

Scott City: 444.9500 (+) positive 5 MHz offset - 100 Hz PL tone -- CURRENT STATUS: offline

For more information on the K-link network visit www.ks0lnk.net.