- 146.670- WB0HSI (O’Fallon Water Tower)
- 145.330- KO0A (City of St. Charles Water Tower)
146.67 is located in O’Fallon on a 150′ site, it runs about 60 watts into a 6 db gain antenna, or about 140 watts ERP (taking line loss into account). There are 3 remote receivers located at Hawk Point, St. Charles and, Augusta. The input for these sites is 146.07 and relay to the main repeater on 440 Mhz. A controller system at the site “votes” for the best signal in any of the 4 inputs measuring noise on the signal.
145.33 is located in St Charles near Lindenwood College. It runs about the same power as the O’Fallon repeater. The remote sites for this repeater are downtown St. Louis on an office building, Warrenton, and Augusta (same site as O’Fallon input).
- 444.650+ Mhz (WB0HSI)
The 440 repeater is co-located at the St Charles site and is self contained (no remote inputs).
None of the repeater sites require a PL Tone.
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