This feed monitors two of the most popular amateur repeater frequencies used in Louisville, KY. The W4CN 147.180 Repeater and the KY4KY 146.700 Skywarn Repeater.
This feed monitors two of the most popular amateur repeater frequencies used in Louisville, KY.
Amateur Radio Transmitting Society - W4CN Repeater 147.180 Mhz. The W4CN repeater is the club repeater for the Amateur Radio Transmitting Society, the oldest radio club in Louisville, Kentucky founded in 1927.
W4CN has an output frequency of 147.180 with a PL of 79.7 in/out.
For SKYWARN Traffic - KY4KY Repeater 146.700 Mhz. The KY4KY repeater is used for SKYWARN in the Louisville, Kentucky area and is also one of the most popular in central Kentucky, due to it having a very large coverage from it's transmitter location height. The top of the antenna is 1110 feet above sea level located on top of a large hill on the south side of louisville, overlooking the surrounding area with clear views in all directions.
KY4KY has an output frequency of 146.700 with a PL of 79.7 in/out.