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  • TIARC- The Tucson IBM Amateur Radio Club Home Page is located at the IBM Rita Rd facility. The club promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation.
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  • Echolink RF Gateway-The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson
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  • VVERA- Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association serves north-central AZ, and hosts a repeater on Mingus Mtn.
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  • VVARA- Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association serves north-central AZ, and hosts a repeater on Mingus Mtn.
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  • ARCA- The Amateur Radio Council of Arizona (ARCA) works to provide coordination services to the amateur radio community in Arizona.
  • Cactus Intertie System- The Cactus Intertie System is a system consisting of a large number of remotely controlled base stations, using full duplex links.
  • 73′es.Org.-The “FaceBook” of Ham Radio
  • FCC Enforcement See who got busted?
  • Tonopah Valley Amateur Radio Club!
  • Yahoo Groups Arizona Ham Radio
  • Yahoo Groups Phoenix Sky Warn
  • Repeaterbook.com: Quick Search for Arizona Amateur Radio repeaters
  • AllStar Link Network VOIP
  • CARL- C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. Their goal is to expose the thousands of visitors who visit the Arizona Science Center each year to the hobby of amateur radio.
  • CARBA- The Cholla Amateur Remote Base Association is based in southeastern Arizona, with their main area of radio coverage surrounding the city of Tucson.
  • CARA- Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.
  • Echolink RF Gateway-The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson
  • JPARA - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.
  • K5EHX Repeater Google Maps-This is a long time coming mapping system for ham radio a very cool site
  • MCSO- Maricopa County Sheriff’s Communication Posse. Some excellent links and info about AZ media; tourist; local, county, state gov.; and Ham info. Yes, even info about the posse, too.
  • HRO “The Candy Store”
  • SATERN- The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) southwest division.
  • TAPR- Tucson Amateur Packet Radio Site
  • TIARC- The Tucson IBM Amateur Radio Club Home Page is located at the IBM Rita Rd facility. The club promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation.
  • ADOT Freeway Management System- Arizona Department of Transportation Freeway Management System
  • W7MOT MARCA
  • VVERA- Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association serves north-central AZ, and hosts a repeater on Mingus Mtn.
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  • Voters- Voters and Remote Receivers Overview and techniques.
  • IRLP Nodes
  • Repeater Linking-Information on linking repeaters together.
  • FTFP- Interesting page about broadcast radio station coverage in Az.

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Cactus Intertie System — The Cactus Intertie System is a system consisting of a large number of remotely controlled base stations, using full duplex links.

73′es.Org.

FCC Enforcement See who got busted?

Tonopah Valley Amateur Radio Club!

Yahoo Groups Arizona Ham Radio

Yahoo Groups Phoenix Sky Warn

Repeaterbook.com: Quick Search for Arizona Amateur Radio repeaters

AllStar Link Network VOIP

CARL - C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. Their goal is to expose the thousands of visitors who visit the Arizona Science Center each year to the hobby of amateur radio.

FCC Amateur Radio Service Enforcement Actions

CARBA - The Cholla Amateur Remote Base Association is based in southeastern Arizona, with their main area of radio coverage surrounding the city of Tucson.

CARA - Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.

Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson

JPARA - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

K5EHX Repeater Google Maps

MCSO - Maricopa County Sheriff’s Communication Posse. Some excellent links and info about AZ media; tourist; local, county, state gov.; and Ham info. Yes, even info about the posse, too.

HRO “The Candy Store”

SATERN - The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) southwest division.

TAPR - Tucson Amateur Packet Radio Site

TIARC - The Tucson IBM Amateur Radio Club Home Page is located at the IBM Rita Rd facility. The club promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation.

ADOT Freeway Management System - Arizona Department of Transportation Freeway Management System

W7MOT MARCA

VVERA - Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association serves north-central AZ, and hosts a repeater on Mingus Mtn.

AES

Scottsdale ARC WA7APE

Voters- Voters and Remote Receivers Overview and techniques.

IRLP Nodes

Repeater Linking -Information on linking repeaters together.

FTFP - Interseting page about braodcast radio station coverage in Az.

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Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson

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Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson


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CARL - C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. Their goal is to expose the thousands of visitors who visit the Arizona Science Center each year to the hobby of amateur radio.

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CARL - C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. Their goal is to expose the thousands of visitors who visit the Arizona Science Center each year to the hobby of amateur radio.

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FCC Amateur Radio Service Enforcement Actions

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Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson

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CARBA - The Cholla Amateur Remote Base Association is based in southeastern Arizona, with their main area of radio coverage surrounding the city of Tucson.

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JPARA - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

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CARA - Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.

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K5EHX Repeater Google Maps

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Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson

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MCSO - Maricopa County Sheriff’s Communication Posse. Some excellent links and info about AZ media; tourist; local, county, state gov.; and Ham info. Yes, even info about the posse, too.

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K5EHX Repeater Google Maps

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SATERN - The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) southwest division.

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TIARC - The Tucson IBM Amateur Radio Club Home Page is located at the IBM Rita Rd facility. The club promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation.

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SATERN - The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) southwest division.

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VVERA - Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association serves north-central AZ, and hosts a repeater on Mingus Mtn.

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CARL - C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. Their goal is to expose the thousands of visitors who visit the Arizona Science Center each year to the hobby of amateur radio.

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CARBA - The Cholla Amateur Remote Base Association is based in southeastern Arizona, with their main area of radio coverage surrounding the city of Tucson.

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CARA - Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.

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CARL - C.A.R.L. is the Center for Amateur Radio Learning located within the Arizona Science Center. Their goal is to expose the thousands of visitors who visit the Arizona Science Center each year to the hobby of amateur radio.

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Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson

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MCSO - Maricopa County Sheriff’s Communication Posse. Some excellent links and info about AZ media; tourist; local, county, state gov.; and Ham info. Yes, even info about the posse, too.

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CARA - Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.

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SATERN - The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) southwest division.

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Echolink RF Gateway The N7JND-L Echolink RF Gateway is available to all licensed Amateur Radio Operators. System is available 24 hours and 7 days a week. HT coverage is intended for the Eastside of Tucson, but mobiles and fixed stations should be city wide. Great I-10 & I-19 coverage throughout Tucson

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TIARC - The Tucson IBM Amateur Radio Club Home Page is located at the IBM Rita Rd facility. The club promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation.

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MCSO - Maricopa County Sheriff’s Communication Posse. Some excellent links and info about AZ media; tourist; local, county, state gov.; and Ham info. Yes, even info about the posse, too.

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SATERN - The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) southwest division.

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VVERA - Verde Valley Amateur Radio Association serves north-central AZ, and hosts a repeater on Mingus Mtn.


Voters- Voters and Remote Receivers Overview and techniques.


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CRC - Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.


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Desert Intertie Network -The Desert Intertie Network (DIN) is a privately owned network of OPEN, Linked Repeaters (see REPEATERS Page) operating in the Yuma area under the Club Callsign of W7DIN


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Please Sign Our Guest Book

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CCARC - The Coconino Amateur Radio Club is based in Flagstaff, and provides many amateur services for northern AZ.


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Ham’s R Us - Arizona Repeaters Directory. The Southern Arizona DX Association welcomes anyone interested in DX to their meeting held the last Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM at the El Parador Restaurant, 2744 E. Broadway, Tucson.


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WARC - Western Arizona Radio has info on Bullhead City area repeaters and other Ham radio links.


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CRC DEADLINK- Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.

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CRC - Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.

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Voters- Voters and Remote Receivers Overview and techniques.

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[[http://www.repeater-builder.com/rbtip/remotereceivers.html | Voters and Remote Receivers

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August 19, 2007, at 03:02 PM EST by N7DJR
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August 16, 2007, at 07:23 AM EST by N7DJR
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JPARA DEADLINK - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

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JPARA - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

August 14, 2007, at 08:46 AM EST by N7DJR
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CARA - Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.

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CARA - Cochise Amateur Radio Association in southeastern Arizona, featuring an annual Hamfest each May, and operating repeaters in Douglas, Bisbee, etc.

August 14, 2007, at 06:15 AM EST by N7DJR
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CRC DEADLINK- Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.

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CRC DEADLINK- Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.

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CCARC - The Coconino Amateur Radio Club is based in Flagstaff, and provides many amateur services for northern AZ.

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CCARC - The Coconino Amateur Radio Club is based in Flagstaff, and provides many amateur services for northern AZ.

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JPARADEADLINK - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

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JPARA DEADLINK - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

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Tucson Repeater Association DEADLINK- Southern Arizona repeaters and activities.

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Tucson Repeater Association DEADLINK- Southern Arizona repeaters and activities.

August 14, 2007, at 06:14 AM EST by N7DJR
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CRC - Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.

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CRC DEADLINK- Catalina Radio Club is an amateur radio club located in Tucson, Arizona, and is an American Radio Relay League Special Service Club.

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Desert Intertie Network The Desert Intertie Network (DIN) is a privately owned network of OPEN, Linked Repeaters (see REPEATERS Page) operating in the Yuma area under the Club Callsign of W7DIN

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Desert Intertie Network -The Desert Intertie Network (DIN) is a privately owned network of OPEN, Linked Repeaters (see REPEATERS Page) operating in the Yuma area under the Club Callsign of W7DIN

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JPARA — Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

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JPARADEADLINK - Jack’s Peak Amateur Radio Association, although in New Mexico, has coverage and links that overlap eastern Arizona.

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Tucson Repeater Association - Southern Arizona repeaters and activities.

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Tucson Repeater Association DEADLINK- Southern Arizona repeaters and activities.

August 14, 2007, at 06:11 AM EST by N7DJR
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Desert Intertie Network The Desert Intertie Network (DIN) is a privately owned network of OPEN, Linked Repeaters (see REPEATERS Page) operating in the Yuma area under the Club Callsign of W7DIN

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Desert Intertie Network The Desert Intertie Network (DIN) is a privately owned network of OPEN, Linked Repeaters (see REPEATERS Page) operating in the Yuma area under the Club Callsign of W7DIN

August 14, 2007, at 06:10 AM EST by N7DJR
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Desert Intertie Network

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Desert Intertie Network The Desert Intertie Network (DIN) is a privately owned network of OPEN, Linked Repeaters (see REPEATERS Page) operating in the Yuma area under the Club Callsign of W7DIN

August 14, 2007, at 06:09 AM EST by N7DJR
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Desert Intertie Network

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