Repeater Coverage
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NoLocation OutputInputPL RepeaterAntenna WattsHeight (ft) Latitude Longitude
1Downtown 145.410-600151.4 Vertex VXR7000Hustler G6 10-50572 asl 38° 15' 22" N 85° 45' 05" W
2Downtown 441.350+500067.0 Motorola RadiusComet GP3 60572 asl 38° 15' 22" N 85° 45' 05" W
3Edwardsville 145.410-600 67.0GE Master IIDiamond 510 60-1001012 asl 38° 17' 27" N 85° 54' 28" W
4Downtown 29.690-100 noneYaesu FT-8900??? 10-501012 asl 38° 17' 27" N 85° 54' 28" W
5Vine Grove 145.120-600 123.0Vertex VXR7000Workman UVS300 10-50692 asl 37° 53' 36" N 85°  2' 25" W
6Fern Creek 145.410-600 100.0Yaesu FT-5200Cushcraft ARX-270N 5-50765 asl 38°  9' 48" N 85° 35' 30" W

The system is quite impressive utilizing both old and new hardware to their best advantage.
145.410 151.4 PL is the main downtown repeater.
441.350 67.0 PL is also downtown. This 70 cm repeater provides additional UHF frequency
building and object penetration for low powered handhelds in the area.
145.410 67.0 PL is in Edwardsville and covers the Indiana side.
145.120 123.0 PL is the Vine Grove repeater which is 45 miles SSW of the downtown repeater.
145.410 100.0 PL is in the Fern Creek area and increases coverage to SE Louisville.
All five of the above repeaters are linked to the downtown repeater.

Downtown Repeater Site
 
Looking Northwest Looking Northeast
Looking West Looking South
GP3 UHF Tx - G7 VHF Rx - Co UHF - Co UHF Tommy WB4UMR and Brock KK4CZ Comet GP3 UHF Tx
Sinclair Cans and superimposed Yaesu Vertex Opposite View
Homebuilt Downlink UHF Beam G6 VHF Tx - GP3 UHF Tx - G7 VHF Rx - Co UHF - Co UHF
Hustler G6 VHF Tx Hustler G6 VHF Tx and Comet GP3 UHF Tx GP3 UHF Tx - G7 VHF Rx - Co UHF - Co UHF
Rust causes Imod. Stainless screws stops it. Tommy WB4UMR Hustler G6 VHF Tx

Kentuckiana Amateur Repeater System
Louisville, KY, USA