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WX4PG is affiliated with the following repeaters in Pickens County, South Carolina.

Your
Receive
Frequency
Your
Transmit
Frequency
PL Tone Mode Repeater Location Agency Served
or
Service Provided

VHF:   Amateur Radio 6 Meter Band (50 Mhz - 54 Mhz)

53.410 Mhz 52.410 Mhz 131.8 analog
WBFM
Caesars Head Mountain This repeater can be linked to the local PCCG network and also to the WARNS network.

VHF:   Amateur Radio 2 Meter Band (144 Mhz - 147 Mhz)

144.390 Mhz 144.390 Mhz   analog
WBFM
Caesars Head Mountain APRS Digipeater
147.195 Mhz 147.795 Mhz 141.3 analog
WBFM
Glassy Mountain This repeater will automatically link to the WARNS network when the NWS in Greer, SC transmits a Severe Weather alert message.   (SKYWARN)
It can also be linked to the rest of the PCCG local network.

VHF:   Amateur Radio 1.25 Meter Band (222 Mhz - 225.0 Mhz)

224.100 Mhz 222.500 Mhz 131.8 analog
WBFM
Six Mile Mountain  
224.140 Mhz 222.540 Mhz 131.8 analog
WBFM
Caesars Head Mountain This repeater is linked 24/7 only to the WARNS network
224.400 Mhz 222.800 Mhz 131.8 analog
WBFM
Glassy Mountain  

UHF:   Amateur Radio 70 CM Band (420 Mhz - 450 Mhz)

442.400 Mhz 447.400 Mhz 127.3 analog
WBFM
Caesars Head Mountain This repeater is part of the local PCCG network and can be linked to the WARNS network.
(see bottom of page for information about monitoring this repeater via Broadcastify.)
443.450 Mhz 448.450 Mhz 110.9 analog
WBFM
Glassy Mountain This repeater is part of the local PCCG network and can be linked to the WARNS network.

UHF:   Amateur Radio 33 CM Band (902 Mhz - 928 Mhz)

927.7125 Mhz 902.7125 Mhz 100.0 analog
WBFM
Caesars Head Mountain This repeater can be linked to the local PCCG network and also to the WARNS network.

Special Purpose Amateur Radio Repeaters

144.390 Mhz 144.390 Mhz (none) analog
NBFM
Caesars Head Mountain APRS Digipeater (simplex)

Additional Information about APRS
421.250 Mhz 434.000 Mhz (none) analog
Caesars Head Mountain ATV Repeater
442.3125 Mhz 447.3125 Mhz (none) DMR
Glassy Mountain DMR Repeater

(Status 5 MAR 2017:
This is currently a standalone repeater and will be connected to the Internet as soon as the connecting circuit is in place.)
(Update 7 OCT 2017:
We are now connected to the internet and are currenly part of the SC Hearts Network.
Node numbers, etc. to follow)

UHF:   GMRS - General Mobile Radio Service (Non Hams)

462.675 Mhz 467.675 Mhz 123.0 analog
NBFM
Caesars Head Mountain GMRS Repeater -
Output is on GMRS channel 20
462.700 Mhz 467.700 Mhz 127.3 analog
NBFM
Glassy Mountain GMRS Repeater -
Output is on GMRS channel 21

The Pickens County Communications Group also has ECHOLINK and ALLSTAR links available for connection into our linked repeater system for use by any Licensed Amateur Radio Operator unable to directly connect to one of the Linked repeaters.

The primary EchoLink connection is via Node 4031.
The alternate Echolink connection is via Node 378595.
The Allstar connection is via Node 40642.


Listings for Additional Amateur Radio Repeaters in South Carolina can be found here.

(The above link is to repeaterbook.com, and listed repeaters are not affiliated with the Pickens County Communications Group)

 

You can monitor our 442.400 Mhz repeater on Caesars Head Mountain with your computer via Broadcastify / RadioReference, by clicking here.   A new window will be displayed with the appropiate audio controls, and this window can then be closed.

Please note that any audio that you hear will be delayed by approximately 10 to 15 seconds when compared to the realtime repeater output due to normal Internet transmission times and audio processing delays.

Note: Broadcastify also has full featured apps available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store     Get it on the Apple App Store     Get it on Google Play




 


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