> Letcher (County)
KK4WH 224.960/R tsq=203.5Hz - (-1.6)
Whitesburg - Letcher County Kentucky Pine Mtn 2950'. Port 1 Icom IC-RP2210 25 watts, 4 cavity Telwave duplexer, Station Master antenna, 250' 1-5/8 commscope heliax, Arcom RC210 controller, port 2 Raspberry Pi 3B, Repeater-Builder RIM Lite-RC210, Linux OS, HamVoip for Allstar & Echolink control, port 3 Motorola MaxTrak mobile radio for back-up link to the 444.250/R Black Mtn - Harlan County and also the WR4AMS EKY 220 Link System.
KK4WH 444.250/R tsq=107.2Hz - (+5.0)
Lynch - Harlan County Kentucky Black Mtn 4265'. Port 1 GE Mastr II station 70 watts, 4 cavity Decible Products duplexer, Decible Products DB-408 antenna, 190' 1-5/8 commscope heliax, Arcom RC210 controller, port 2 Raspberry Pi 3B, Repeater-Builder RIM Lite-RC210, Linux OS, HamVoip for Allstar & Echolink control, port 3 **empty at this time**
**** Both repeaters are linked via high speed fiber connection to the KK4WH Cloud based Allstar Hub Node #49799. The KY4RDB Hub Node is based at Vultr Cloud Services in Atlanta Georgia. All Allstar connections are filtered through the Hub server #49799. Connect your Allstar node to node 49799 and for Echolink access connect to KK4WH-R.
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KY4RDB 444.200/R tsq=103.5Hz - (+5.0)
Blackey - Letcher County Kentucky. Raspberry Pi 3B, Linux OS, HamVoip for Allstar & Echolink control.
KK4WH 146.760/R tsq=103.5Hz - (-.600)
Cumberland - Harlan County Kentucky Sand Hill 1650' Harlan/Letcher County line. Port 1 Yaesu DR-1X 20 watts, 4 cavity Sinclair duplexer, DB224 antenna, 90' Andrews 7/8" heliax, Cat 200B controller, port 2 Raspberry Pi 3B, Repeater-Builder RIM Lite-RC210, Linux OS, HamVoip for Allstar & Echolink control.
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