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  Founded in 1952, the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is a public service provided by a reserve (volunteer) communications group within  government agencies in times of extraordinary need. During periods of RACES activation, certified unpaid personnel are called upon to perform many tasks for the government agencies they serve. Although the exact nature of each activation will be different, the common thread is  communications



147.150 Repeater W2OSC

  Receive 147.150, transmit 147.750, Channel guard 103.5.

The repeater is located at the Scriba Site approximately ½ mile East of the intersection of County Routes 29 and 51A. (43º 27.336 North x 76º 22.482 West)  Antenna is a four bay DB-234 mounted approximately 685 feet above sea level.  Approximately 20 Watts.
   Fred Koch, KA2HPG, is the repeater trustee. The repeater is open and available for all normal amateur activity. The repeater is part of the communications back up plan for the power company and during emergencies all stations are asked to exercise patience and good operating practices, giving emergency  traffic priority use.

 For information contact the OCEC/RACES Radio Officer.


 

146.850 Repeater W2OSC

 
Receive 146.850, transmit 146.250, Channel guard not turned on but will be 103.5 if needed.
  The repeater is located at the Oswego County Airport on Route 176  North. A modified GE MASTR II with a NHRC Controller. Approximately  25 Watts.
 The repeater is provided and owned by Oswego County Emergency Management Office, OCEC/RACES. For information contact the  Radio Officer.
There are no user features available on this repeater.
 

442.350 Repeater K2QQY

 
Receive 442.350, transmit 447.350, Channel guard is 103.5.
 The repeater is located at the “Scriba Site” approximately ½ mile East  of the intersection of County Routes 29 and 51A. (43º 27.336 North x 76º 22.482 West)  Antenna is a four bay DB-234 mounted approximately  685  feet above sea level. The repeater is a GE MASTR II assembled by KB2AUJ and KA2FWN. The antenna is a base station UHF mounted  approximately 660 feet above sea level. The controller is an NHRC. Power is approximately 50 watts.
  The repeater is part of a New York Statewide linked repeater system.
 There are no user features available on this repeater.
 



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