NOTE: EchoLink Node 443550 (KJ6TQ-R) is temporarily offline. The equipment is currently being borrowed by our regional Skywarn network. We apologize for any inconvenience, and we hope to have it back in service soon.
224.100 MHz., 443.550 MHz., & EchoLink
1.25 meters (220 MHz.), 70 centimeters (440 MHz.) & EchoLink 443550
The 1.25 meters (220 MHz.) repeater at 224.100 MHz. (-) PL 162.2 and the 70 centimeters (440 MHz.) repeater at 443.550 MHz. (+) PL 162.2 are linked to one another full time. These two repeaters are also connected full time to EchoLink via node # 443550 which is KJ6TQ-R. All courteous licensed amateur radio operators Technician Class and higher from around the world are welcome and encouraged to log in and say hello via the EchoLink node. Tourists and visitors to Branson, Missouri are welcome to use these repeaters for local communication. DTMF access from your radio and into our EchoLink node is open and unrestricted. You are welcome to use the proper DTMF codes to connect our node to any node “back home” as long as you have permission from to owner of the other node.
EchoLink nodes including Conferences, Repeaters (-R) and Links (-L) anywhere around the world are welcome to connect to our node at anytime. We do not have nets or any other reserved time slots on these repeaters.
147.105 (+) PL 162.2
2 meters (144 MHz.)
The 2 meters (144 MHz.) repeater at 147.105 MHz. (+) PL 162.2 is linked full time into the Southwest Missouri Regional Skywarn Linked Repeater System. The Southwest Missouri Regional Skywarn Linked Repeater System is the official Skywarn repeater system endorsed by the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Springfield, Missouri.
Southwest Missouri Regional Skywarn repeaters are used for various community activities such as Skywarn Severe Weather Spotting, Skywarn Spotter Training Nets, Skywarn Youth Nets, Springfield, Missouri Emergency Response Communication Nets, and more.
Priority on the 147.105 (+) PL 162.2 repeater in Branson as well as all Southwest Missouri Regional Skywarn repeaters is always given to any severe weather spotting or other emergency communications activities. Please monitor this frequency before using it, and please yield to any priority traffic. However, outside of such priority traffic, regular amateur radio communications are allowed and encouraged on this repeater and throughout the very wide-coverage area of the Southwest Missouri Regional Skywarn Linked Repeaters.
For more information about Southwest Missouri Regional Skywarn including repeater coverage maps, net times and contact information, please visit their website at www.n0nws.com