Analog Voice Repeaters
All our voice repeaters use vertically polarised, omni-directional antennas at approx 220 Meters above sea level.
- 2 metre – status: operational
146.875 MHz FM output, 146.275 MHz input
Listen on Broadcastify (see here for more details)
- 70 cm – status: temporarily off-air
438.175 MHz FM output, 433.175 MHz input, 91.5 Hz CTCSS (Analog & P25)
- 10 metre – status: under construction
29.120 MHz FM output, 29.120 MHz input (simplex)
- 6 metre – status: off air for overhaul
53.675 MHz FM output, 52.675 MHz input
P25 Digital Repeaters
Our 70cms repeater is capable of P25.
- 2 Meter – VK2RWN C – status: operational
146.96250 MHz DV output, 146.3625 MHz input
- 70 cm – VK2RWN B – status: operational
438.400 Mhz DV output, 433.000 MHZ input
The Society is one of two Sydney radio clubs chosen by ICOM Australia to host a D-STAR repeater. Since September 2009, our D-STAR repeater, VK2RWN, has been operational on 2m and 70cm. We’re currently considering various options for 23cm.
To view repeater site environmental conditions click here
To see all VK2 Repeaters in a single screen click here
VK2MB-1 is our APRS I-GATE operating on the standard 2m APRS frequency of 145.175 MHz.
New iGate installed 21-Dec-2016 by Mal vk2tmf
Our favourite simplex chat frequencies
80 metres: 3670 kHz
40 metres: 7085 kHz (formerly 7045 kHz, so “add 40 on 40”)
2 metres: 147.4750 MHz (600 kHz above VK2RMB 2 metre repeater output frequency)