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Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association

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General Information


The Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association owns and operates this state of the art two-meter repeater W7EI, atop Mingus Mountain on the frequency of 147.220 Mhz (+600)(162.2 tone), and is an open repeater and may be used by any licensed Amateur Radio Operator. The repeater covers the Verde Valley including Sedona, Prescott, Ash Fork, Flagstaff, and Phoenix. The repeater provides everyday communications and urgent traffic during Emergencies and Search and Rescue operations. A Courtesy tone of "One Beep" is used on the repeater if you key before the "Beep" the repeater could time out. Please use standard repeater etiquette. Autopatch is not available on this repeater.


Trustee for the Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association W7EI repeater is


W7EI/R - 2 Meter Repeater
147.220 MHz Out / 147.820 MHz In - 162.2 Hz PL Tone

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The Repeater Building and Associated Antennas
Located on Mingus Mountain, Arizona

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W7EI Two-Meter Repeater Vertex-Standard VXR 7000
with the filter cavities (duplexer) in the open rack (foreground) Mike Wingate, WA6LSE

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The Repeater Tower and Associated Antennas
Located on Mingus Mountain, Arizona

Bob Rosevear WB7RRQ Photo

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W7EI Two-Meter Repeater Vertex-Standard VXR 7000
And
Link Repeater Control System

Bob Rosevear WB7RRQ Photo

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The Repeater Building (notice power cord upper right)
Located on Mingus Mountain, Arizona (foreground) Bob Thompson, KC8BOB

Bob Rosevear WB7RRQ Photo
and he is also in charge of interior and exterior painting of the building

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The installed meter takes the place of the temporary power cord we had in place four years. W7EI two-meter repeater now has clean permanant APS power

Bob Rosevear WB7RRQ Photo
and he is also in charge of interior and exterior painting of the building

APS W7EI repeater power project consisted of pulling all of the power cable and terminating the underground connections etc.

It was a good team effort by the crew Mike Wingate WA6LSE, Bob Thompson KC8BOB, Pete Morrison K6VVR, Tim Henriksen KF7GCO and Bob Rosevear WB7RRQ to give the club clean reliable APS power.

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The VVARA Club owns and operates this state of the art two-meter repeater W7EI, atop Mingus Mountain on the frequency of 147.220 Mhz (+600)(162.2 tone), and is an open repeater and may be used by any licensed Amateur Radio Operator. The repeater covers the Verde Valley including Sedona, Prescott, Ash Fork, Flagstaff, and Phoenix. The repeater provides everyday communications and urgent traffic during Emergencies and Search and Rescue operations. A Courtesy tone of "One Beep" is used on the repeater if you key before the "Beep" the repeater could time out. Please use standard repeater etiquette. Autopatch is not available on this repeater.

Arizona Repeater Frequencies

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6 - Meter 2 - Meter
1.25 - Meters 70 - Centimeter
33 - Centimeter 23 - Centimeter
Arizona Packet Listing .

Type Codes

O = open
C = closed or private
A = autopatch
CA = closed autopatch
PL = Subaudible Tone Access
P = packet
E = emergency power
L = Linked to another radio or radios. File one application for each transmitter.
R = races or similar
RM = Remote Base
TV = television
LINK = A point to point link

Listings prefaced with a * are pending coordinations.

Repeater listings are from the:

Arizona Repeater Owners Frequency Coordination Committee
a subcommittee of the
Amateur Radio Council of Arizona


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