The VE7RVA Repeater Site
At 2500' on Sumas Mountain
REPEATER USE BULLETIN
 REPEATER RULES OF CONDUCT

VHF 146.610- , Tone 110.9 (IRLP Node 1461)
UHF 442.025+, Tone 110.9
6 Meters 52.850, Offset -1.700, Tone 100
224.26 MHz, Offset -1.6 MHz, Tone 110.9 
Packet VE7PKV-7 145.030 simplex

 



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Abbotsford Club

Northern Okanogan  Radio Amateur Club

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FRASER VALLEY AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY SERVICE SOCIETY

BEGINNINGS

In 1994 the Abbotsford Amateur Radio Club  moved their repeater (VE7RVA) to Sumas Mountain.  During the same year club members formed the Fraser Valley Amateur Radio Emergency Service Society (FVARESS) with volunteers who specialize in the maintenance and development of this unique radio repeater site.  The Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) has designated the repeater for inter-municipal and region wide communications during a major emergency.  This repeater is the only VHF/UHF repeater giving communications to the entire Lower Mainland.   

The repeater site source of  power is provided by solar and a diesel generator.  The equipment is run remotely via radio and a wireless Internet link


ISS POSITION
Downlink 145.800 / Uplink 145.200


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