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The K4LKL/R 2m Repeater

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We welcome you to use our VHF repeater!

Our VHF Repeater is located in Lakeland, FL. area just north of the downtown section of town. We are pleased to have such a good location for our equipment and it allows us to have good coverage throughout the county  and beyond. Please read our Acceptable Use Policy.

The Lakeland Amateur Radio Club owns and operates the repeater which is coordinated by the Florida Repeater Council. 

Repeater Frequency 146.685 MHz  (Neg Offset)
Mode of Operation AMS (Automatic Mode Select) FM & C4FM (System Fusion)
CTCSS 127.3 Hz
ERP (Effective Radiated Power) 100 watts
Antenna Height 350 feet
EchoLink/IRLP/Allstar Services EchoLink node 146685!
Repeater Coverage Map FASMA Site

Repeater Technical Information

The repeater equipment consists of two (primary & backup) Yaesu DR-1X C4FM/FM Digital Repeater and TPL amplifier.

The duplexer is a four cavity TX RX Systems model 28-37-02A with bandpass filter model 11-37-01 on transmit & receive and a 81-37-25-100 dual junction isolator on the input to the transmit cavity filter.

The antenna is located on the City of Lakeland's 400' communications tower near downtown Lakeland, Florida. The antenna is a RFS Celwave PD220-2 Super Stationmaster at 350' on the Southwest leg. The feedline is Andrew LDF5-50A Heliax®.

LARC would like to thank Richard Sharp - KQ4KX for looking after our system and keeping us on the air!


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