Williamsport 675 WQGU515
Welcome to the WQGU515 Williamsport 675 GMRS Repeater. On Facebook
This repeater is open for any licensed GMRS user and their family. Please research and follow the General Mobile Radio Service guidelines and rules so you and your family and other users can have a plesant experience.
Try this map since the other is currently having an issue. Both repeaters are at the same site with similar demensions. http://k5ehx.net/single.php?id=27270
9/17/12, the repeater was put on the air on Bald Eagle Mountain just south of Williamsport, PA - Lycoming County on Skyline Drive at 1,912 feet elevation.
The repeater is currently 2 - Motorola GM-300 UHF mobile radios hooked together powered by an Astron 20 amp power supply (same type of setup as a GR-300) using Celwave Mobile Duplexers (not two antennas).
12/1/14 an ID-O-Matic IV was installed and the repeater now has a Voice and Morse Code ID with a couple other options.
12/21/13 Installed a Diamond X50C2 (commercial frequency version of the Diamond X50A.) This antenna has 7.2 DB on UHF. Using about 100 feet of 1/2 inch hardline.
11/22/15 WQGU515.com was obtained for a website domain name.
12/28/15 Installed a preamp and a band pass cavity on the receiver of the repeater.
The other repeaters at this tower site are
KB3HLL's 147.090 and 443.050 (PL 167.9 on Both) Ham Radio Repeaters
KB3AWQ's 444.900 (PL 173.8) Ham Radio Repeater and N3NXC-2 APRS digi-peater on 144.390 (which these two share the same antenna (Diamond X50A Dual Band 4.5 DB on VHF and 7.2 DB on UHF)
Contact email GMRS@ KB3AWQ.com or WQGU515@ WQGU515.com
Even though anyone with a GMRS license or their family can use this repeater anytime, I'd appreciate you letting me know how the repeater did for you when you used it or if you are able to send me something just to know the repeater is being used, any comments, questions, the experience you had or your the location you were and signal report as I am not sure of its entire coverage myself.
WQGU515 / KB3AWQ.com / W3AHS.com
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