FARA 2 Meter Repeater - K1RK (146.655/-0.6 MHz, PL - 88.5)
The FARA 2m repeater is located in Falmouth, Massachusetts on top of the Falmouth Hospital. It provides coverage for most of southeastern Massachusetts. The call sign is K1RK. The repeater supports both Fusion digital and analog FM. An 88.5 Hz PL tone (CTCSS) is required to key the repeater. Users should also setup the 88.5 tone squelch in their receiver to avoid hearing the digital mode transmissions, which sound like noise bursts when received on an analog FM receiver.
The K1RK repeater is also connected to EchoLink via the EchoLink node W1IZZ-R. Registered EchoLink users can access the K1RK repeater via EchoLink using a computer, tablet, or smartphone. EchoLink users can also link to one of the approximately 5,599 EchoLink nodes worldwide. See the EchoLink website, http://www.echolink.org/, to validate/register your callsign and to find further information. There are free EchoLink app's available for both Apple and Android phones/tablets, as well as free EchoLink software for computers.
Ralph Swenson's repeater - N1YHS (147.375 + 0.600. PL110.9)
Dick Wiklund's D-STAR repeater - KB1ZEG (145.210 - 0.600, Module C)Users must register for D-STAR in order to make use of D-STAR. Users can self-register on-line using the following link: https://kb1zeg.dstargateway.org/Dstar.do. Click the register "button" at the bottom of the page and fill out the registration form that appears. See this site, http://www.dstarinfo.com/, for more D-STAR information.
DMR Repeater - K1RK
The K1RK DMR repeater is up and running. It is not currently connected to the Internet, but can be used locally. Repeater information: