6 Meter Transmitter
N2ROW/R 53.410 MHz -1 MHz shift
New York, NY
6 Meter Receiver
Brooklyn, N. Y.
The 53.41 repeater is a split site repeater. The first site The Receiver, is located in the downtown Brooklyn Heights section of Brooklyn . Located in a 40 story Building sharing its space with the N2ROW 441.100 UHF repeater. It consist of a Motorola Spectra Tac Rx 50 ft of hardline, Celwave bandpass filter and a coaxial low band antenna.
The transmitter is located in midtown Manhattan , on top of the Empire State building. TX is currently a low band 100 watt Motorola Micor base repeater with a Henry Amp 50 feet of Andrews 1/2 hardline and Kreco Low Band antenna.
The rx is wired to port 3 of the N2ROW 441.100 repeater system. All signal that are rx by the 6 meter rx is transmitted to uhf. The transmitting site has a receiver board listing to 441.100 so the ten meter transmitter and 70cm transmitter signals are all similcasting.
This method the uhf repeater is creating the RF link for 6 meters. Avoiding having to use a duplexer.
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