|Coverage:||Wide area: Via mobile (50 watts, 1/4 wave or better): This repeater covers the Utah and Salt Lake Valleys, south along I-15 as far south as Filmore (spotty coverage,) portions of the west desert, and points north to the Idaho border. Very spotty coverage eastwards into the Wasatch.
Via handie-talkie: Coverage is good in Utah county, marginal in many parts of Salt Lake county, particularly in the southern part of the valley.
90 mi radius.
|Height (ASL):||7,600 feet|
|FM:||Yes; analog capable.|
|ON - IDLE|
|Commands:||While anyone may Dial In to this node, only UARC members will be given the "prefix code" that will allow them to Dial Out into the IRLP network.|
|Notes:||7,600'. If you are an out-of-town guest or not a member of UARC, you are welcome to use the node on an occasional basis with the assistance of a UARC member.|
|Nets:||Wednesday at 19:00|
Exact coordinates of the repeater are known.
Coverage circle does not account for propagation anomalies or terrain.
|- Base||- HT||- Mobile|
|Click the icons on map for details.|
Posted by: K7KGK on 2013-04-25.
This is one of the busiest repeaters in the state of Utah. There is a social group called the 76'ers, who always have someone monitoring this frequency. Great place to talk about road and traffic conditions. UARC does a great job maintaining this repeater
Posted by: KN0JI (member) on 2013-11-22.
I work in West Valley City, and depending on where I'm sitting, people tell me they hear full quieting when I'm on my 5 W handy and ground plane or 70% quality when using same with my 1/4-wave whip.
Posted by: KI7DNO on 2016-06-21.
I was very surprised that i was able to hit this radio with a 50 watt mobile at my home in herriman I know it doesn't seem impressive but there is a mountain in between me and this repeater that is a road block for any radio waves.