Santa Cruz Island, Diablo Peak, California, 146.655, W6XC Repeater

Diablo Peak - W6XC

Santa Cruz Island, CA
Repeater ID: 06-16233

Downlink: 146.65500
Uplink: 146.05500
Offset: -0.6 MHz
Uplink Tone: 131.8
Downlink Tone: 141.3
P-25 Digital Enabled
NAC: 293
Default Reflector:
County: Santa Barbara
Grid: DM04CA
Call: W6XC
Use: OPEN
Op Status: ON-AIR On-Air
Coverage: Coastal coverage of Santa Barbara, Ventura Counties and LA County along PCH (Highway 1) to Point Dume. Some spotty areas in LA basin. Please do not use east of Point Dume to protect co-channel KE6UPA repeater.
Sponsor: GRONK Radio Network / Santa Barbara ARC
Affiliate: Seaside Radio Association
Features: E-power (solar). Normally Linked to SBARC Hub.
FM: Yes; analog capable.
Analog Bandwidth: 25.0 kHz
Links: Full-time to the SBARC Hub System.
Notes: 20 watts into 6dBd cardioid antenna oriented N/NE. The site is solar-powered. Please do not DX the repeater from locations with direct line-of-sight to or within greater Los Angeles. With consideration of solar power use discretion during nighttime hours or extended periods of dense cloudy weather.
Coordination: Southern Cal FM Society (SCFMS)

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Date Information Updated
2021-02-15 15:52:57 Confirmed Analog FM box checked, 25KHz analog bandwidth. Added linking to SBARC Hub.
2021-01-11 00:00:00 Added SBARC Hub linked system.

Call Date Details
K6LCM 2021-02-12 Updated features.
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