This map shows all the HEARS amateur radio repeaters.
Green w/ dot – ON AIR & LINKED (NC)
Green w/out dot – ON AIR, not linked (NC)
Teal w/ dot – ON AIR & LINKED (VA)
Teal w/out dot – ON AIR, not linked (VA)
Purple – Future repeater
Red – Temporarily OFF AIR
The link radios at Fisher Peak have been replaced and for the time being, we will be linking full-time to the 3 Dog Repeater group repeaters in Virginia.
We have some positive news, and a few new sites that we can’t wait to share with everyone, and will be doing just that once everything is solidified!
73’s Every one and Happy Holidays
Due to several issues with various repeaters, please discontinue the nightly net immediately. There are issues at several sites that could potentially cause either net control or others trying to check into the net to not be heard system wide.
We’re working on a plan to get everything back up and running the way it should. Once the sites are back to normal, we’ll resume some net activities. Thanks and extra thanks to those who have continued to help as net control.
The link radio for the Concord UHF (444.775 MHz) and VHF (147.210 MHz) repeaters is out-of-service. No ETA on repair, but as soon as it is known I will post it to the website.
Concord UHF & VHF will remain in stand-alone mode until the link radio can be repaired or replaced.
The Dallas repeater 444.225 will be out-of-service til further notice due to technical problems.
Bearwallow Mtn 444.250 is again linked to the system.
The Bearwallow 444.250 repeater is still off the link due to interference, but the rest of the NC HEARS system is linked back together.
There is an interference issue with the Bearwallow Mtn 444.250 repeater which is stuck open. The Hub repeater is disabled and all the other system repeaters are in stand-alone mode for now. When the interference issue is resolved we will link the system back together and post an update here.