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Any radio operators in the AZ forum?

If there is enough locals, there is a possibility for a VHF/UHF (FRS/MURS/GMRS/2M/70cm) or even HF (11 Meter or Amateur) to try and set something up.

I am active on 11 Meter (SSB or AM) and Amateur. I tend to favor 11 meters due to antenna size in SSB, as 2M/70cm is pretty dead here most of the year.

Anyone in AZ interested in getting a Comm Net together?

I'm in Yuma, but with NVIS we might be able to set up a net on HF.
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Hi, there is a uhf repeater 447.8 (-) 100.0 PL that is part of the Win System in Yuma. I'm in Green Valley. Can you work that frequency at 07:00 or 19:00 local tomorrow the 13th?
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I missed your reply.

I'll have to check and see if I have that one programmed in.

I have an Icom 2100H and a 208H, but just got a wild hair and picked up a UV-5R V2+ for my first hand held (in 15 years) to play with/check out.
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Hi, there is a uhf repeater 447.8 (-) 100.0 PL that is part of the Win System in Yuma. I'm in Green Valley. Can you work that frequency at 07:00 or 19:00 local tomorrow the 13th?

That Repeater appears to be down. I tried to hit it this morning from the truck and got nothing.

Although I was able to hit the Quartzite Repeater...
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Hi, there is a uhf repeater 447.8 (-) 100.0 PL that is part of the Win System in Yuma. I'm in Green Valley. Can you work that frequency at 07:00 or 19:00 local tomorrow the 13th?
Looks like the Win System repeater is inop at the moment....
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I won't be able to communicate without hf and that's back in my home state. I'll keep a watch for the repeater to change status and give you a call Bow.
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There is a UHF Repeater on 446.575 Out, 441.575 in PL 179.9 It is linked to 53.000 Simplex, and 147.440 Simplex With PL of 179.9
It covers Vail, and Green valley very well. Many HF radios have Six meters, if you’re in a remote area, give 53.000 Simplex a try because it has very good Receive Sensitivity.
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