Junction City, Prairie Mtn, Oregon, 145.13, W7PRA Repeater

Prairie Mtn - W7PRA

Junction City, OR
Repeater ID: 41-352

Downlink: 145.13000
Uplink: 144.53000
Offset: -0.6 MHz
Uplink Tone: D023
County: Benton
Call: W7PRA
Op Status: ON-AIR On-Air
Coverage: Willamette Valley and Florence
Sponsor: Peak Radio Association
Affiliate: SCARE
Features: E-power.
Links: Full-time to the Peak Radio Association System.
EchoLink: 521741 W7PRA-L
Node Offline
Notes: 3,510'.
Coordination: ORRC

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Date Information Updated
2009-10-28 The owner of the repeater keeps removing McCully Mtn, so I will oblige. He also removed 300 watts ERP, closed autopatch.
2009-10-28 Added website and updated lat/long per owner request. EJ
2009-10-05 ORRC approved power increase 08-09-2009 and reported elevation.

Call Date Information
K7JU 2016-05-16 Changes: new Echolink Node #521741; new Call sign “W7PRA-L” -- upgrade in progress
KE7OSN 2015-11-11 Tone and TSQ updated
AK7ML 2015-09-04 Moved to Prairie Moutain when Mary's Peak location no longer available.
AK7ML 2015-07-25 Updated Coverage, Website & Email
AB7BS 2015-03-22 Added EchoLink.
W7WIL 2014-08-10 Updated tone squelch.
KD6KPC 2014-05-30 Propagation report added.
KD6KPC 2014-05-29 Propagation report added.
W7WIL 2013-06-08 Snow Peak Net Time Updated
W0ULF 2013-06-01 Split tone added.
W0ULF 2013-05-03 Updated call sign, web and email, and nets.
W0ULF 2012-01-06 Updated Call Sign, Location, Echolink, and More..
WO7Z 2009-10-25 Added Linn Co ARES as an affilliate, Newsline and Swapnet info.
WO7Z 2009-07-16 Updated the sponsor.
WO7Z 2009-07-15 Corrected county, updated call sign, ARES affiliate, note, and net info. This is a rare user-friendy repeater, where all hams are welcomed. A very helpful community of area hams with lots of old timers sounding off.

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"Excellent linked repeater that is well maintained and covers most of western Oregon!"
Posted by: W0ULF on 2013-06-01.

No fancy user-accessible features here, just an excellent coverage repeater with multiple remote receivers tied together with a voting system and a few linked repeaters. Well-used and almost always a few people on frequency. Professionally maintained.

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