The Official Inland Empire
(Emergency) Communications Repeater
146.385 + PL. 146.2
IRLP Node# 3216
In Southern California
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Echolink users use KE6TZG-R to talk and listento our repeater.
If you hear a B ( ) courtesy tone,
we are on back-up power.
The Keller Peak Repeater Association is dedicated to servingour community via Ham Radio. KPRA owns and operates an openamateur radio repeater with an input of 146.985 and output of 146.385, located on Keller Peak at approximately8,000 feet, in the San Bernardino, California, mountains. Thereis a 146.2 CTCSS tone required at thistime.
We would like to invite everyone to check in take part in thevarious Nets that are held on this repeater. Below is a partiallist of the Nets. Clickhere for more information on our nets.
Red Eye Net
For those who are up late (or up very early).
This Net is intended for all of the regional hospitals andtrauma centers to test their installed amateur radio systems.
Outdoor Adventure USA Net
This Net is for those who like to combine amateur radio withoff-road fun.
The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network: Riverside/SanBernardino Counties Section.
National Traffic System Net
The ARRL National Traffic System (NTS) is a well-organizedsystem for routing formal written message traffic (radiograms)from any point in the United States to any other.
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