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Chris, KD4RTR, maintains three repeaters in east
Kentucky. He has gotten a whole lot more
gray hair and a whole lot less money since he has
taken up this hobby. We all appreciate
the time and effort spent on these machines of his.
is the " big-dawg" of his machines. Located on Flatwoods mountain, this
repeater is at 2800 feet AMSL and over 1300 feet HAAT! No doubt this UHF
machine provides a larger coverage area for UHF than any other machine
in the state of Kentucky.
is the " voice " machine. This repeater is totally solar-powered.
Controlled by a CAT-1000 controller with a Doug
Hall remote base interface, linking is provided. Also on this system is
a CAT DVR for messages and audio testing. It is linked full-time to the
is the newest addition to Chris's "toys". It gives that little extra
kick that is needed when UHF just won't cut it.
You can contact Chris Deskins, KD4RTR at