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Repeaters

The WPI Wireless Association is proud to sponsor three repeaters that serve Worcester and many other surrounding communities. All three of the 144MHz machines and the 440MHz machine are currently in service and are designated as "open" to the local Amateur Community. The 2 meter machine at the airport is linkable with the machine in Templeton (see below for details). Feel free to use this feature.

The W1YK and W1WPI repeaters both have Echolink capabilities. For more information about Echolink, check out Echolink.org. We maintain the standard Echolink DTMF commands which are outlined here on both repeaters.

If anyone has any ideas for a new net, please contact the WPI Wireless Association.


W1YK/R Green Hill
146.925
-offset, 100.0 Hz Tone (RX/TX)
NAC: 293
Echolink Node: 546809 OFFLINE

This repeater consists of an Motorola Quantro Receiver and Transmitter and a 300W 100% Duty Cycle Amplifier. The repeater's output power is set to 100 watts after the duplexer and it is using a Telewave 150D3 antenna on top of the tower at the Worcester ECC. The repeater utilizes a 6 cavity band pass / band reject duplexer system. The Quantro is currently operating in mixed mode, allowing for simultaneous P25 digital and analog operation.


W1WPI/R WPI Campus / Higgins Labs
145.310 -offset, 100.0 Hz Tone (RX/TX)
Echolink Node: 460920

This repeater consists of an ICOM RP-1520 reciever and transmitter and an S-COM 7330 Controller. The repeater's output power is set to 10 watts after the duplexer and it is using a Diamond vertical atop a 50 foot tower on Higgins Labs. The Diamond vertical is a shared antenna with the 449.025 repeater. The repeater utilizes a 4 cavity notch filter duplexer system.

This repeater is linked with the 449.025- machine.


W1WPI/R WPI Campus / Higgins Labs
449.025 -offset, 88.5 Hz Tone (RX/TX)
Echolink Node: 460920

This repeater consists of an Icom IC-3010 Receiver and Transmitter and an S-COM 7330 Controller. The repeater's output power is set to 10 watts and it is using a Diamond vertical atop a 50 foot tower on Higgins Labs. The Diamond vertical is a shared antenna with 145.310. The repeater utilizes a 4 cavity band pass / band reject duplexer system.

This repeater is linked with the 145.310- machine.