[Linux-ham] The Tour de Cure is Coming - May 1st & 2nd

Rob Rousseau KI4BKE KI4BKE at nc.rr.com
Tue Apr 20 15:30:19 EDT 2004

    I found this regarding that repeater...  Taken from:  

147.015 *+* 	*Raleigh*
88.5 PL 	This machine, on top of the Progress Energy (formerly CP&L) 
building downtown at about 300 feet, used to belong to Roger KD4MYE, but 
in early 2003 it began sporting Harold W4BAD's callsign. It's the only 
two-meter repeater actually in downtown Raleigh.  It has an Echolink 
connection now, and February 2004 finds it linked to Harold's 53.19 and 
444.3 machines.


Jeremy Portzer wrote:

>On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 09:31, Mark Turner wrote:
>>The Tour De Cure needs amateur radio volunteers to help work the event. 
>>   If you're a licensed ham and love cycling, this promises to be a fun 
>>two-day event. The course begins at Campbell University and ends at USS 
>>North Carolina Battleship Park in Wilmington. Hams with bike racks on 
>>their cars are especially needed as Support-And-Gear (SAG) wagons.
>>If you're interested, see the Central Carolina Helping Hams website at
>>http://www.hampublicservice.org/tourdecure.htm .
>>Also, a public service net will be held tomorrow night at 9:15 on the 
>>147.015 repeater. You can get your questions answered there.
>I might be interested, as I have a bike rack.  I could only help out on
>May 2 however.  Which repeater is the 147.015 ?  (ie, is there a tone or
>anything else special I need to know)?
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