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W8HHF FM Repeaters (All 103.5PL): 53.110- | 147.270+ | 224.140- | 442.850+ | 927.025- (131.8PL)
W8HHF 147.270+ Downtown Remote Receiver Use (250.3 PL) instead of (103.5 PL)
W8HHF D-Star: 442.750+ | W8HHF C4FM w/Wires-X: 146.835- (Status) | APRS Digipeater/IGate: 144.390 | WinLink: 145.050
Live Streams: 147.270 FM
Current Repeater Status: All Repeaters are Operational

TMRA Yaesu Fusion Information

Need information or help with using Yaesu Wires-X? Check this out! (PDF)
Wires-X Bible

The club's Yaesu Fusion repeater is on the air in Downtown Toledo. The frequency of 146.835(-) is used. This repeater is is auto switch mode, therefore you will need to use DN mode to access Wire-X and use it. FM can be used locally as long as Wires-x isn't active.

Please be aware that this repeater is 24/7 internet linked via Wires-X, therefore hundreds of repeaters and thousands of users may be on the other end around the world when you talk. The repeater can be moved from "room to room" on Wires-X via a Yaesu Fusion radio with the current firmware and DSP by you, the user. (However, this cannot be done while others are talking due to the need for the repeater to communicate directly to your radio when moving it to another room.) You will need to kindly interrupt to request access/time to make the change and move the repeater, or wait for an open gap to do so. Please review the Wires-X bible available online for use of Wires-x with your particular radio to do so. Holding down the DX button, will force your radio to communicate with the repeater, connect you to it, and let you known what room it is connected to. It then will let you know if another user moves the repeater to another room (so long as you stay connected).

There is one room, owned/run by TMRA, that can support more local conversations on the repeater if you move to that room. Room #40401 (W8HHF Room) can be used for local conversations if you'd like to move it there. The system resets and unlinks each night/overnight. Please feel free to move the repeater to any room you would like.

Also, please remember to leave fairly large gaps in between transmissions when using some of the rooms that are linked to many repeaters and nodes (like America Link). It is necessary for the internet delays to work themselves out and all repeaters to drop, otherwise some of them will time-out during the transmissions. Also, some FCS reflectors that are linked to America Link can experience large key-up delays on occassion. Therefore, many users also key up, wait 3-4 seconds, then talk. It helps to ensure that you don't get "cut off" when communicating with others.

Lastly, remember that one benefit of Yaesu Fusion radios is that, if you can hear someone, you only need to key your microphone to talk to them. Take advantage of that and enjoy it. You don't need to be a TMRA member to use the repeater. as TMRA repeaters are active to support the local ham radio community at large. Enjoy!

Thank You - TMRA Technical Committee


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