Foristell, Foristell Water Tower, Missouri, 444.475, W0ECA Repeater

Foristell Water Tower - W0ECA

Foristell, MO
Repeater ID: 29-9599

Downlink: 444.47500
Uplink: 449.4750a The downlink frequency has been calculated based on the band plan. If the frequency is incorrect, please update the downlink record.
Offset: +5.0 MHzb The offset has been calculated based on the band plan. If the offset is incorrect, please update the downlink record.
Uplink Tone: 77.0
County: St Charles
Call: W0ECA
Use: OPEN
Op Status: OFF-AIR Off-Air
Coverage: Good local coverage.
Repeater can receive better to the east of it, than to the west.
25 mi radius.
Sponsor: KB3HF and N0PNP
Affiliate: St. Charles ECA
Features: E-power
Links: Linkable to 443.47500 (WD0EFP) at St. Louis, SLU Hospital, MO.
Notes: Repeater is operating in isolated mode, not linked.
Coordination: MRC

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Date Information Updated
2014-02-22 I-70 coverage added.
2013-05-20 Added.

Call Date Details
AD0JA 2019-05-13 Off-Air

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Posted by: W0HLP (member) on 2016-04-21.

Looks like the Foristell repeater is again working and linked up to the Illinois side.
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"Great UHF repeater!"
Posted by: AD0JA (member) on 2016-09-25.

KB3HF and N0PNP do an excellent job maintaining this repeater. Audio and signal sound great. Realize (when the Illinois side is linked) that you can potentially talk all the way to East Peoria with your HT in Wentzville or Foristell. Really awesome!


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