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First Coast DMR TG 31121 Amateur Radio
2   Online
Lee County Amateur Radio Repeaters - FMARC

2M & 1.25M & 70cm Amateur Radio Repeaters 145.170 KM4OWA SFM - 146.610 KN2R Cape Coral - 146.790 W4SBL Sanibel - 146.820 AC4TM FGCU Campus - 146.880 KI4ODC NFM - 147.225 K4SJC Cape Coral - 147.345 KE4CB Lehigh - 224.520 W2PAX FM - 442.450 WB2FAU FM
Amateur Radio
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Lee County Amateur Radio Repeaters - KF4QWC / W4LCO

#1 - 146.685 KF4QWC (Ht=400') 26.82, -81.76 - SR31 - #2 - 147.165 W4LCO (Ht=180') 26.64, -81.87 Lee Justice Center - Calling Repeater for FMARC & LEE ARES - NETS: NTS M-S 10am / FMARC Club Net M 7pm, ARES W 7pm
Amateur Radio
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Lee County Fire and EMS

Fort Myers area fire dispatch and fireground channels
Public Safety
5   Online
 Lee County Sheriff, Fort Myers Police and Cape Coral Fire Dispatch

Lee County Sheriff: Dispatch 1 Mode 1 Dispatch 2 Mode 2 (East) Dispatch 2 Dispatch 3 Dispatch 4 (South) Fort Myers Police Police CH.1 Police CH.2 Police CH.3 Police Ch.4 & Cape Coral Fire Dispatch
Public Safety
5     Online
SARNET - Florida's State Wide Connected Repeater System

The Statewide Amateur Radio Network (SARnet) is a network of 35 to 40 linked UHF voice repeaters that serves the State of Florida. The key to what makes SARnet work so well is that this network uses dedicated bandwidth that is separate from the internet.
Amateur Radio
0     Online