Monthly Archives: October 2014

146.640 on the Benton Water Tower

We just completed antenna repairs on our 146.640 linked repeater at Benton after a lightning hit a few months ago destroyed the fiberglass antenna and two radios.  Fortunately,  the 7/8″ feedline was not damaged, just the antenna.  So we purchased

Posted in UHF and VHF

Save Your Money!

Christmas is just around the corner.  It’s the season for giving!  But, don’t spend money you don’t have, buying presents you can’t for afford, for people who do not need them. Instead, be sure to save $20.00 for your 2015 membership dues.  Your

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145.490 on Shinall Mountain

Our VHF repeater on Shinall Mountain, 145.490, (minus offset) is back up to full power–100 watts out!  Use a 114.8 PL tone to access this repeater which is linked full-time to the ARLinks System.  Our thanks go to the CAUHF

Posted in Announcements, UHF and VHF

October 2014 Meeting – No Fun!

Sorry, no fun was had at the October 6th, 2014 meeting held at Larry’s Pizza, on Highway 10 in Little Rock. UNLESS–you consider the all-you-can-eat pizza buffet at Larry’s, plus the drawing for a new, Baofeng UV-82 dual band radio,

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Technicians Can Talk on HF?

You bet!  Technician Class hams can talk around the world on 10 meters, 28.300 MHz to 28.500 MHz using single side band (SSB) phone signals and a maximum power of 200 watts.  That little 200 MHz slice is as much bandwidth as

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Main Repeaters

AR Links System
443.200 (114.8) – LIttle Rock
145.490 (114.8) – Little Rock
444.700 (114.8) – North Little Rock
443.600 (DMR) – Arkansas School for the Blind NEW
444.675 (114.8) – Arkadelphia
443.500 (136.5) – Malvern
145.330 (114.8) – Morrilton
146.685 (141.3) – Dardanelle (Russellville)
146.745 (107.2) – Bradford

Stand Alone

For a complete list, click on the AR Links tab above.

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